Wall Charger Vinyl Wrap

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  1. Brokedoc

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    I came across pics of someone who wrapped their 2 Wall Chargers in carbon fiber like vinyl. His and hers wrapped in colors to match their Teslas. I’m not sure how they printed Tesla on the wrap but it came out nicely.

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    that looks amazing. currently not planning on getting a HPWC. but, if i do i may do this as well
     
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    Not a fan of the fake carbon. But if they ever have a matte black..100% will buy that for my wall charger.
     
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    Honestly I bet its SUPER EASY to do. The cover plate pops right off so u just wrap the front and cut out the opening for the lights or cut a slit and bend the vinyl thru the light opening.

    It looks like the guy probably taped a Tesla logo over the vinyl and used an exacto to cut the word Tesla into the vinyl so the silver shows thru the letters.
     
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    It looks great, at least a lot better than boring grey. Not a huge fan of fake or functionless carbon fiber either, but it's not on the car after all.
    I think the plastic face removes fairly easy, so another option is to just spray paint it.
     
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