January 9, 2018

Vehicle Wrap

ABOUT VEHICLE VINYL WRAPS

A vehicle vinyl wrap is a unique new way to customize your car and is much more affordable than conventional methods such as paint. With glossy, satin, matte, and even textured vinyls that come in any color you can dream of we can make your car unique and beautiful all while protecting the paint underneath. Our standard wrapping process can have you back in the road within 5-6 days to enjoy your new look! Vinyl wraps are a great alternative to painting your vehicle and with a large selection of colors and textures, we can make your vehicle one of a kind.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS

Vehicle wraps come in any color, with many finishes such as matte, glossy, satin, or even textured. If you can think of it, there is likely a wrap out there for you. 

When customizing your vehicle, a wrap is a fully reversible option so in the event you want to go back to your stock color, you can. The paint underneath will also have been protected for the life of the wrap, so the value of your car will be much higher as the paint will be in great condition for the next owner.

The cost of a wrap is considerably less than a paint job, especially with unique and custom options such as matte and satin finishes, metallic flakes, and color flips.

In the event of an accident, we can also work with ICBC to get your car repaired. It is possible to just re-wrap one panel in almost all incidents, which usually only takes a day to complete.

Complete tear down of vehicle to ensure we leave no seam marks 

Vehicle wraps also works on interior pieces, some wheels, and other additions to your car.

We can customize anything from chrome deletes, black out packages, hood and roof wraps, racing stripes, race car livery's, side stripes, and more. With high quality 1080 3M wrap film series and Avery car wrapping series, we can complete any type of partial or full wrap including 2 tone coverage.

Roof Wraps

Stripes

Black Out/Chrome Delete

Two Tone

Trim Color Changes

Wheel Wraps

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR NEW VEHICLE VINYL WRAP

  • Hand wash your wrap once a week or more often if your vehicle is exposed to a lot of dirt of pollution
  • Wax your vehicle with wax that does not contain petroleum distillates
  • Utilize touchless car washes or hand washing, DO NOT USE automated car washes
  • Avoid brushes when washing as it can cause peeling and lifted edges
  • Isopropyl rubbing alcohol to spot clean isolated stains. Rinse area with cool water after cleaning.
  • Clean bird droppings and difficult stains immediately. Letting them sit for too long will make them harder to remove and may permanently damage the wrap
  • Wipe off fuel spills immediately, then hand wash the affected area. Letting the spill stay for too long will degrade the vinyl.
  • Excessive amounts of time under the sun or other outdoor elements (rain, smog, debris, and road pollutants from passing cars) can degrade the wrap on the roof, trunk lid and hood.
  • Wrap turns brown due to prolonged exposure to acid from pollutants in the air. This is typically a result of neglect and failure to clean.
  • Hand wash applied vinyl graphics with a blend of mild detergent and clean water.
  • Test any cleaning solution on a small section of the vinyl graphic before using.
  • Let the vehicle air dry or dry off with a microfiber cloth when the temperature is cool. If time allows, let the vehicle air dry and touch up with soft cloth for spotting. if the vehicle wrap is dried by hand, be sure to use clean, microfiber towels and light pressure. Take care to avoid drying the vehicle especially if the vinyl is hot as it can cause lifted edges or scratch the vinyl.

NEVER USE THE FOLLOWING CLEANING PRODUCTS ON YOUR WRAP

  • Solvents including bleach
  • Oil based cleaners
  • Kitchen & bathroom cleaner
  • Oven cleaner
  • Orange oil
  • Engine degreaser

NOTE: YOU DO NOT WANT TO WAX MATTE FILMS AS IT WILL FILL IN THE TEXTURE AND CAUSE SHINY SPOTS. LIGHTER COLORS SUCH AS MATTE OR CARBON FIBER ARE PRONE TO SHOWING MORE DIRT THAN OTHER COLORS.