This is some of the coolest shit ever. I just have a little snag I need some opinions on... I had planned on getting my rear bumper vinyled for quite some time but just haven't been able to meet up with mnspeed3 to get it done. Did a bit of reading a couple weeks ago and heard about this stuff and figured it's completely fail-safe if you screw up. Being a rainy Saturday and having a Home Depot literally a block away from me I figured I'd give it a shot. Didn't get any after pics because I was peeling it off I read that you should remove the tape 45 seconds after finishing the coat. The only part that didn't turn out was the curving corners that drop down the bumper. Everything else looked great and very even. It's pretty slick to remove if you have a nice full and even coat. The crevices in the vents sucked - easy to remove just a slow process. Anyone have some tips on how to cure this before I take another stab at it? I did a bit of reading and I don't trust myself to use a razor blade to score it (not big on potentially cutting into the clear coat). I heard some guy used a toothpick (after doing a few coats and letting it dry for an hour)....worth a shot but the prep work this takes is a bit lengthy....and I'm running out of paper bags. I'm also contemplating doing the front end like this: What do you guys think?