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Not sure on a sedan but tgo do the roof of my ss took a 4ft x 5ft with a little extra. People have tried to clear it but is leave it raw. They say it will last 6 years exposed to the elements before it will start to deteriorate
 

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It's industrial strength textured vinyl.3m doesn't recommend putting anything on it but I've seen people on the net who have tried
 

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id say 72x48 should give u plenty for the roof and have a good chunk left over for dash pieces and what not. i can do a 48x72 piece for 145 plus shipping. again local pickup is welcome
 

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trust me thought about it too, would be a damn good exercise in patience though. prob could wrap my whole cobalt with about 6-700 dollars in materials. and a lotta beer and pizza
 

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its actually way easier to use than regular vinly. really takes to the curves very well with heat. must be applied dry. all u realll need is a heat gun and a window squeegy. takes some gettin used to at first but still way easier than regular vinyl. can actually take a piece of it and crinkle it up in your hand, then take a heat gun to it and it will lay flat again. quite amazing stuff. theres a ton of videos on youtube of people applying it if you are bored.
 

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yeah this is 3m, neffy wrap is a cheaper copy. 3m stuff is top notch, all the other stuff on ebay and such dosent compare. from what i hear all the other stuff is alot thinner of a vinyl.
 
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