Kitchen Appliance wraps DIY kitchen project – Rm

Kitchen Appliance wraps DIY kitchen project – Rm
Change the color of your kitchen appliances with a vinyl. DIY products. From Metallic, Matte, Satin to Gloss and Brush metal Vinyl. Call me at 208-696-1180 or check out

Refrigerator or door wraps dramatically change the look and decor of your kitchen, home or office. Door Wraps are made of 3m or Oracal vinyl, making them very quick and easy to install. We only print on HIGH quality Air release vinyl.

I can make a custom Refrigerator wrap, just let me know what you like to see.

We all so do: Carbon Fiber Vinyl, 3M DI-NOC, 3M 1080 Scotchprint wrap film vinyl, Avery Conform Chrome Flexible Vinyl Wrap Film, 3m Matte finish

3M Scotchprint Wrap Film Series 1080 is a dual cast film specifically designed to provide dimensional stability and durability without the need for an over laminate. The pressure-activated adhesive allows you to slide and reposition the film until you apply firm pressure. The non-visible air release channels assure a fast, easy and virtually bubble-free installation. A 60-inch film width makes it possible to wrap almost any section of a Door plus trim molding or refrigerators without creating seams. It can be used on Interior / exterior doors, refrigerators, and trim moldings.

3M™ DI−NOC™ Wood Grain finishes give you almost unlimited creative freedom, combining new material dimensions with a high-tech multi-layer film construction of superb aesthetic quality and visual realism. The “Wood Grain” family contains patterns with a natural repeat and grain pattern for a authentic wood look. The product’s 8 mil thickness enables installations that are lighter in weight than traditional decorating materials. And this product includes 3M’s Comply™ Adhesive for fast, easy professional-looking on-site installations that stand the test of time.

Avery Conform Chrome Flexible Vinyl Wrap Film
Shine like never before. Add that special accent or sporty touch to your Door with Avery Dennison’s Conform Chrome Film. The mirror-like finish gives a true chrome look that is normally difficult or expensive to apply.

Installers will love the Easy Apply Bubble free RS features of this film, which allows for slideability of the film and a bubble free application saving valuable installation time.

Tools you’ll need:

squeegee, Heat gun or blow dryer, razor, clean paper towel,

How to Install a door wrap from Randy Miller Rm wraps
1. Take the door knob off or handle
2. Clean the door with rubbing alcohol. Clean the edges good.
3. Take the paper backing down 4-6 inches
4. Tack the vinyl corner of the printed image to the corners of the door
5. Move it where you want it
6. Press the vinyl down
7. Start pulling the paper backing down every 10 inches

8. Press down and Go left to right ( repeat 7 )
9. Take your time working it down.
10. Cut the extra vinyl off around the edges and door knob
11. Last just clean the door wrap with water and your done.

3M™ Scotchprint®
Dual cast 3.5 mil wrap film features removable, pressure-activated adhesive with non-visible air release channels.

Randy Miller



Barbara Joyce Brooks says:

Hi, Randy. You are probably aware that most stainless steel refrigerators are only stainless steel on the front doors. I did not realize this until I recently went shopping for one. Most of them come with gray cabinets. Is it possible to change that to a black cabinet using vinyl wraps? Thank you.

Gary McCoy says:

Just replaced a Jenn Air cooktop/oven. Wanted it in black but they don't make it in black anymore so we got it in stainless. Can we wrap the stainless around the window in the oven and the control panel in vinyl? Will the oven heat effect it?

Gary McCoy says:

Are you still in business?


wait so this will work on an oven What is the heat tolerance? At times my oven is set at 400 of 20 mins. Will the wraps hold up t that heat? If so this is a great idea.

Taneya Tay says:

Great Video 

Jennifer Peveto says:

Do you have a wrap for a double oven in a wall?

kat says:

I would love the 1950's look for all of the appliances….  Washing machines?  Dryers?  I think I would wrap everything…. if it matched…..   I like what I have now, but it would be worth the investment to be able to change the entire feel of the kitchen and laundry room

polyphonium says:

Have you ever applied this material to laminate countertop material such as Formica?  (I assume that this would work best on smooth rather than textured surfaces.)  We're considering putting some graphics on the sides of some display cases, but we want to make sure that the material is durable enough not to be scratched off and would survive frequent handling.  Any thoughts?  Thanks!

cscastro says:

Hi Randy,

Have you ever tried wrapping cabinet+ doors?

Tonya Frazer says:

Is there a stainless steel look?

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