How do I get bubbles out of a vinyl car wrap?

What’s the best way to remove bubbles from vinyl? I let a friend wrap my car for me for practice and it definitely has some bubbles in it.

Oh, man! While that was nice of your friend, it’s definitely a bummer you need to fix it.
Luckily, you should be able to get bubbles out of a vinyl car wrap pretty easily by popping them with a tiny pin. Then, use a squeegee to work around the bubble, pushing the air out of it.
If your friend will let you borrow it, they might have a special rivet tool that is specifically made to remove and prevent bubbles in vinyl wraps. It’s worth asking!
Wraps are great for covering scratches, but they can sometimes bubble if you wrap over debris, dents, or other damage. This info is likely too late to be helpful this time, but make a mental note—it could be helpful down the road.
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Liz Jenson
Answered on Oct 27, 2021

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