Here are some pics of personal markers and some wraps Ive done in the past for others. I have always loved carbon fiber whether it was the real deal or some of the quality wrap material available today. Suppose that's how my nickname Carbon came to be!
Ive got a lot more pics but I think my photo host hates me as it is so these will do but ill add more as I come across them or complete more work!
Sorry, gerbil powered internet will die
First: My real carbon fiber custom built from scratch ion, real carbon fiber, bagged, cleared, cut and buffed. I sold this to fund my luxe but it shot great and was truly 1 of a kind.
Then my 1.5lb Ion. I also sold this while back but i loved it, it shot sooo smooth and felt like i wasnt carrying a thing on the field. Its unfortunate it was lost within usps during shipping but luckily the package was insured.
The custom mask is sick! what kind of bottoms are those?
Proshield bottoms with i4' frames & ears. Thanks man, I am thinking of turning the pink i4's into another set or use flex bottoms, we shall see! Perhaps white bottoms with the pink frames & ears or cf bottoms, with white frames & pink ears.......im open to ideas!
It really depends on the surface being wrapped & how it was applied. My personal marker, mask, and hopper have had 0 issues and have been shot and man handled a lot however that's not to say I haven't had to re-wrap an item for a user until i found the appropriate way to handle that particular item when I first started doing pball equipment. Certain materials may require additional prep work or attention to prevent issues but in the end it can be super reliable. Its a learning curve but after enough wraps, testing primers on different surfaces, clears, brand materials, different texture surfaces I believe it to be very reliable & also a way to protect your factory anno. There are different methods for each wrap to insure a good bond thus each wrap is different "to make a long story short". With that being said to answer the next question is yes, the material can be removed easily and any left of residue can be wiped off with a 50/50 mix of alcohol and water with ease.