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VEHICLE WRAPS

So what's a wrap?

Vinyl wraps have become increasingly popular in recent years as a way to change the appearance of a vehicle, protect the original paint job, or advertise a business. But with so many options and variables to consider, it's natural to have questions about vinyl wraps. In this blog, we'll answer some of the most common questions about vinyl wraps, including their durability, maintenance, and removal.

One common question about vinyl wraps is how long they last. The lifespan of a vinyl wrap depends on a variety of factors, including the quality of the vinyl film, the care and maintenance it receives, and the weather conditions it's exposed to. In general, a vinyl wrap can last for several years, and many manufacturers offer warranties of up to five years. With proper care and maintenance, you can help extend the lifespan of your wrap.

"How to care for a vinyl wrap" is always a good question. The good news is that vinyl wraps are relatively low-maintenance compared to traditional paint jobs. To keep your wrap looking its best, it's important to wash it regularly with a mild soap and water, using a soft sponge or cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials, as these can damage the vinyl film. You should also avoid waxing a vinyl wrap, as this can cause the vinyl to become slippery and reduce its adhesion.

Should vinyl wrap be removed?  The short answer is yes, vinyl wraps can be removed, but the process can be somewhat labor-intensive and requires the use of specialized tools. If you decide to remove your wrap, it's best to have it done by a professional wrap installer who has the knowledge and experience to do it safely and effectively.

Can vinyl be repaired if it becomes damaged?  In some cases, small tears or cuts in a vinyl wrap can be repaired by a professional wrap installer using a patch or a piece of matching vinyl film. However, more extensive damage may require the replacement of the entire wrap. It's important to note that vinyl wraps are not intended to be a permanent modification to your vehicle, and they may need to be replaced over time.

Can vinyl wraps be used on any surface?  In general, vinyl wraps can be applied to most smooth, non-porous surfaces, including the body of a car, truck, or SUV, as well as the hood, trunk, and mirrors.  There are some surfaces that should be avoided, like textured plastics, rusted body panels, unfinished surfaces, etc.  We can however, wrap most of those surfaces, but it will void the vinyl manufacturers warranty and our craftsmanship warranty on said sections.

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