as i am from germany i do not know if it is available in the states
http://www.d-c-fix.com/tur/deko-folien. ... e=0&top=1&
it is for furniture and doors. It is self adhesive so it is nice for a diy.I am shure you will have also this sort of wrap over there. A lot of different colors and designs are available
It works also good in high temperature. I made a table in my home with it and it resist since 20 years now without any problems.
The only thing what may cause a problem is that it is relativ soft if it is hot. So if you "work" on the surface with sharp things it will damage it.
But if it is damaged you can change it easy
Do work with it is nearly the same than wraping a car. But as you only have flat surfaces it is much easier
How i did it:
Most importand is the prework.
So first close all holes you do not need. You will see every hole or bump through the wrap! Grinding the surface to be smooth, than clean it with brake cleaner. After this i protect all the frame (sorry i do not know the right word) of the doors with a water resistand glue. This is not necessary but i did it to protect the material from water. My furniture was at some places soaked so i was afraid water will damage the material again....
After all this prework i took the wrap on it. Best is to do it with heat (hair dryer) and a racloir. After this i cut all the overlaying wrap with a cutter and also grind it with a "dremel"
http://www.dobyu.de/dremel/multitools/W ... -1-25.html
(sorry again, no idea how you guys call it)
i took a grinder on it to slope the wrap at the edges of the surface. This protect it chiping
Take NO water/soap emulsion! The adhesion is prompt but after a week or so it is realy solit.