The appropriate response is: YES. Truth be told, all that is required is a proper heat source, we prefer using a professional heat gun, because it is very precise, and gives us more control to not damage the paint, we heat up the vinyl until it reaches a specific degree and pulled back gradually in a 45 degree point to prevent the clear coat on your vehicle from getting affected.When the film is been on a vehicle for more than 3-4 years it might sometimes make the removal difficult. This is due to the lamination becoming separated from the base film making it very difficult to proceed with the task. We need to take more time and put in a lot more effort to ensure everything is preheated properly so we can gently peel back the wrap. After all is done, we wash the vehicle with a special cleanser and if another vinyl wrap is to be applied we can set up the surface again using isopropyl alcohol.