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Nine new 3M Series 1080 Wrap Colours now available

William Smith Group 1832, are pleased to announce the addition of nine new wrap colours to 3M's collection of Series 1080 films.

Through a selection of eye-catching finishes, including Gloss Blue Fire, Gloss Glacier Grey, Gloss Light Green, Gloss Galaxy Black, Satin Flip Ghost Pearl, Satin Key West, Matrix Black, Shadow Black and Dead Matte Black these welcome additions are not only aimed at inspiring creativity but also aiding the consumer to design exceptional wrap applications.

Using 3M™ Controltac™ and 3M™ Comply™ technology, series 1080 minimises the initial contact area of the adhesive and permits the applicator to reposition the film during application, allowing for easier installation, with non-visible air release channels for virtually no air bubbles.

With long-term durability designed for solid colour vehicle detailing, decoration and full wraps without the need of additional graphic protection, the range offers customers the opportunity to create a truly distinctive look for bonnets, roofs, boot lids, bumpers, door panels, racing stripes, exterior mirror covers, or simply, the entire vehicle.

“The latest colours to the 3M Wrap Film Series 1080, stamps our commitment to supplying the UK with the best coloured wrap films available on the market.”
Chris Bradley, Head of Marketing at William Smith Group 1832

Sold in 1524mm roll widths, the films provide excellent opacity to hide high contrast surfaces and an additional resistance against petrol spillage and atmospheric influences.

The latest colour additions can be ordered as full, part, or customer slit rolls with same day despatch available on all orders made before 6pm.

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