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3M DI-NOC Architectural Finishes Installer Training

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3M DI-NOC Architectural Finishes Installer Training

3M Endorsed Installer

In Oct. I went to St. Pauls Minnesota to get trained on the Di-Noc materials. 3M show us how to wrap Doors, Walls, Tables, Chairs, Countertops, Corners and more.  A lot of tricks on how to apply the materials. This is one level of my Rm wraps business is have installers that will travel around the American install Hotel, Hospitals, office door wraps. 

3M™ DI−NOC™ Wood Grain finishes give you almost unlimited creative freedom, combining new material dimensions with a high-tech multi-layer film construction of superb aesthetic quality and visual realism. The "Wood Grain" family contains patterns with a natural repeat and grain pattern for a authentic wood look. The product’s 8 mil thickness enables installations that are lighter in weight than traditional decorating materials. And this product includes 3M’s Comply™ Adhesive for fast, easy professional-looking on-site installations that stand the test of time. #3m @3m architectural Markets #door #wrap #woodgrain #howto @rmwraps
 

Repairing Damaged Surface

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Real Ghost Town Door wraps

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Real Ghost Town Door wraps

Real Ghost Town door wraps

Rm wraps loves to explore towns and found old doors to take pictures of. Rm wraps went to Silver City Idaho and found a lot of doors. Old metal doors, wooden doors and more. 

Silver City is a ghost town in Owyhee County, Idaho, United States. At its height in the 1880s it was a gold and silver mining town with a population of around 2,500 and approximately 75 businesses. http://www.historicsilvercityidaho.com/

Wrap your doors or refrigerator in a Real Ghost Town Metal door image. 

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Oracal Vinyl. Ideal for general Door wraps over simple to moderate curves and corrugations, conformable Series 3551RA features an advanced air-release liner and a solvent-based, grey-pigmented repositionable adhesive to make smooth application a breeze. Plus this 7-year, 2.75-mil film features a smooth, bright, ultra-glossy surface to produce vivid, life-like prints that can be removed with little or no adhesive residue for up to four years.

Tools you'll need:
squeegee, Heat gun or blow dryer, razor, clean paper towel, 

How to Install a door wrap from Randy Miller Rm wraps 1. Take the door knob off or handle  2. Clean the door with rubbing alcohol. Clean the edges good.  3. Take the paper backing down 4-6 inches 4. Tack the vinyl corner of the printed image to the corners of the door 5. Move it where you want it 6. Press the vinyl down 7. Start pulling the paper backing down every 10 inches
8. Press down and Go left to right ( repeat 7 ) 9. Take your time working it down. 10. Cut the extra vinyl off around the edges and door knob 11. Last just clean the door wrap with water and your done.

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I made a mistake but I fixed it

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I made a mistake but I fixed it

My Mistake. 

Randy,

Here's a photo of your work in action.

Thanks for sending out the replacement so quickly.

Warm regards,

Al

Al email me a Photoshop file of this image. I just downloaded it to my printer, then printed it out and ship it.

Al email me when he got the door wrap. :(

"We just received the door wrap and it was drastically different from what we sent you.

The background is black rather than a well defined oak door and the logo is purple rather than redish."

Once I got his email, I went into Photoshop and fixed the image, the same day. Mailed the new print without charging Al. 


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http://www.web1776.com/

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