The vinyl material used for GunSkins is very durable, yet flexible when hit with heat. The material can be pulled and wrapped around tight corners and recessed edges. If there's any material hanging off beyond the overlap, it can be trimmed using a sharp hobby knife.
There are, however, times when the material may be trimmed too short leaving the surface exposed. Little mistakes like these can be easily corrected without the need to remove the installed piece. If there's a void that needs to be covered up, all you need to do is cut a new piece of vinyl large enough to cover the void. Heat the material to make it flexible and place it directly over the void. Press firmly with your fingers and stretch the new piece to shape.
Clever patchwork is necessary so the new piece blends in with the rest of the skin. The level of difficulty depends on the type of pattern being used and the shape and size of the patch. The wonderful thing about the repeating nature of camouflage is that the natural breakup helps patches blend well!
Covering a hole or a rip is no big deal. It's as easy to fix as it was to install the original piece in the first place. Choosing the right part of the image to use, and what shape to cut it in, will determine how seamless and unnoticeable the patch will be. But remember, the skin protects the gun so it's more important to patch the hole correctly than to worry about how perfect the blend can be.
As it's true with any DIY project, the more care and time you put into the installation the better the results will be. By nature of the application, vinyl wraps are prone to wrinkles, patches, and seams. Take your time and be patient and we know you'll be satisfied with the end result. Trust us when we say the deer won't notice any minuscule imperfections.