Lets Talk WRAPS!
What is a wrap?
A Wrap is a VINYL with adhesive backing that can be shaped and installed to the surface of your vehicle (or many other objects). Wraps are a great and cost effective way to change the color or add graphics and designs to your vehicle.
A Wrap is NOT PAINT - its important to remember this when considering a wrap.
What is a LIQUID wrap?
A liquid wrap is a fancy term for plasti-dip, which is a spray on vinyl coating. We use liquid wrap for things like emblems and some trim pieces, but we DO NOT "liquid wrap" full vehicles and we strongly recommend against it.
How long does a wrap take?
The full wrap service, which includes disassembly and reassembly of the vehicle, takes between 5-7 days on normal vehicles with standard film. More complex vehicles and/or materials can take longer - for example a Lamborghini would be expected to take 7-10 days because of the complex curves and tricky areas.
How much does a wrap cost?
Costs vary widely based on the size/complexity of your vehicle, the material you choose, and any add-ons. Our full standard size car wraps start at $2500 and can go up to $6000+. The best way to estimate the cost is to ask us!
How long does the wrap last?
As mentioned, wraps are not paint. A well taken care of wrap can be expected to last 5+ years. Most wraps will include warranty for this period. Learn more about the warranty information HERE
Can I take the wrap off if I get tired of it?
Absolutely! Some clients choose to remove the wrap themselves, but we do recommend having a professional remove the wrap when you are ready to take it off. Wrap removal is billed hourly and total time/cost varies by vehicle.
Do I need to clean my vehicle?
We do recommend cleaning your vehicle prior to your wrap, however if you can't or just don't have time, we are able to clean your vehicle for an additonal fee.
How do I care for my wrap?
Wraps are pretty easy to take care of, but they do need care to ensure they last and stay looking good. Check out our care instructions HERE.
Can you match my OEM paint?
Vinyl will rarely match your OEM paint 100%. Simple colors like plain black or white without metallic or pearl qualities will match best. If you would like to match your paint, we suggest coming in and checking out our color samples to see if there is a close match. We can also print custom colors, but that is still not a guarantee for a 100% match.
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