A: Vehicle wrapping vinyl can be easily removed so that when you want to sell your vehicle you can simply restore it to its original colour without losing value.
A: The cost depends on the size of vehicle being wrapped but for an average size car it starts from around 2950 $.
Q: How long does a vehicle wrap last?
A: A professionally applied vehicle wrap will last between 3 and 5 years.
Q: Is the vehicle wrap easy to remove?
A: Yes. The vehicle wrapping film we use is applied with high quality adhesives and can be easily removed within 5 years of the wrap being installed.
Q: Do I have to pay someone to remove the wrap?
A: No. We ll supply you with simple instructions for removing the graphics yourself.
Q: Will vehicle wrapping damage the vehicle?
A: Applying specialist vehicle wrapping film to your vehicle will not damage your paintwork. However If you already have stone chips, abrasions or rust patches on your paintwork it s important to remember that when the vinyl is removed it may pull loose paint off with it.
Q: Can I choose to wrap just part of my vehicle?
A: Vehicle wrapping is most effective when the whole vehicle is covered in a complete design, but you can chose to wrap just part of the vehicle, such as the rear doors or side panels.
A: In regards to the difference between colour change and car wrapping; there is none respectively speaking with vinyl as colour change refers to using block colour vinyl on the vehicle as opposed to using special effects vinyl such as matte, brushed or carbon fibre.
Q: What’s the price extra to get chrome or colours?
A: It takes longer to properly install compared to ordinary vinyl. With chrome vinyl, the materials are priced based on how easily they can be applied by our installers. Chrome costs more due to that it takes longer to properly install compared to ordinary vinyl.
exposed to heat? Does it scratch easily?
A: Vinyl of course isn’t the same as the original paint job, however if you avoid high pressure hoses and clean it with care there will be no problem. In some cases it is much easier to clean dust away if the vinyl is polished beforehand. It can withstand 120 degrees celcius and is developed especially for vehicle exteriors (this is why the material costs so much). After having your car wrapped in 2 to 4 days the vinyl will become much harder and will be similar to a plastic coating protecting it from stone chips and general scratches, but this does depend on the vinyl structure. Carbon fibre and gloss vinyl are more susceptible to scratching and damage than matte vinyl