Does the trailer have rivets? I like to use a High performance vinyl and apply dry, so you can suck the vinyl up to the rivet. It is almost impossible to squeeze the water completly out when dealing with rivets.This is my first time putting vinyl on a trailer and i have a few questions.
Which type of vinyl to use? Cast or Calendar?
If I use cast can I apply calendar on top of it? The design is 2 colors black with a few gold accents. I don't really want to buy a whole roll of gold cast seeing as I already have a roll of it in calendar. If you have to put cast on cast does anyone know where I can buy just a sheet of gold cast?
Any tips? Should try dry or wet method?
Thanks for your help I know it's a lot of questions.
To answer your question. If it is just lettering then an intermediate vinyl will work fine. it will prob. eventually pop up around the rivets, but will not hurt anything. You can mix vinyls, I do it all the time when it comes to lettering and cut vinyls. When I do a full vehicle wrap I like 3M high performance vinyl with air channels.