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Wrapping reg plate holder (under number plate)

Discussion in 'Leon Mk3 (2012-2020)' started by Fortis, Feb 25, 2020.

  1. Fortis

    Fortis Active Member

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    just seen this and wanting to get the part under the plate wrapped to black over the white like many others have done, example below:


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    I have seen this posted: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Eaziwrap...e=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
    , but unsure how I put it on. Is a hard card like a credit card alright to use to spread the wrap out getting the air out underneath whist using a hair dryer bit by bit similar to peeling a screen protector on or do you just put the whole part on then just go from one side to the other with the hair dryer and card to flatten it out? I can't seem to find a guide online or on here.
     
  2. Adrian300

    Adrian300 Active Member

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    Usually comes with instructions with ezm stuff. Its simple enough, spray bottle with soapy water, spray the area aswell as the pre cut vinyl and put in place and squeegy out, u can use a credit card with a suitable cloth wrapped around.

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  3. Fortis

    Fortis Active Member

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    Ahh okay it arrived today so going to have a look at it tomorrow. Might be a stupid question but is there a possibility the number plate could be held on with adhesive as well as screws? Just thinking a head so I’m properly ready for it.
     
  4. Adrian300

    Adrian300 Active Member

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    It shouldnt be but if u take screws off and its still stuck there then u will find out lol. Just take your time with it when u do it. Its fairly easy if u use soapy water in a spray bottle. It allows you to move the vinyl to correct place till u squeegee the soapy water out.

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  5. Rockbox

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    Mine was stuck on as well as screwed
     

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