What is CAR VinyL Wrap
Car Vinyl Wrap is the process of transforming the overall look of your car by applying large sheets of coloured, textured or custom designed vinyl film to various (or all) panels of your car. Not only does it allow you to give your car a custom look but also it can protect your car’s original condition, or prevent your paintwork from any further environmental damage (like bird poo, tree sap and the like).
Besides wrapping your car to transform it and to express your individuality, car wrapping is also significantly cheaper when compared to other forms of car modifications. A new paint job on your car could cost you anywhere from $1,000-$10,000 depending on the quality and workmanship. Whereas vinyl vehicle wraps can cost as little as $50 (for an area like side mirror casings). Pricing varies depending on what area/s of the car you’d like to wrap, but a typical example of a car bonnet, for instance, would cost around $350. Costs vary depending on the vinyl wrap used, the amount of panels wrapped, and car type/size.
CAR VINYL WRAP
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SOFT AND STRONG: DYNAMIC COLOURS AND FILM EFFECTS
Premium vinyl vehicle wraps from Avery Dennison combine style with performance and versatility for a stunning transformation of any vehicle. The Supreme Wrapping™ Film car wraps portfolio, and MPI 1105 and MPI 1405 digital wrapping films, take command of soft, subtle hues and bold, bright colors to achieve a wide variety of custom effects and graphic finishes.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CAR VINYL WRAP AND PPF
Protect your car from physical damage, including serious abrasion like rock chips, scratches, and chemical damage like bug splatter. Provide smooth surface.
Just clean your car like you do normally. Simply washing, drying, and waxing will keep the films healthy and looking great.
Thicker and heavier.
6 mil to 10 mil.
Normally made from polyurethane. Incredibly strong, flexible, and totally clear.
PAINT PROTACTION WRAPPING
Change the car's look
Normally made from polyvinyl chloride, imaginable colours with various finishes ( gloss, satin, matte, reflective, etc. ) Relatively brittle, compare with PPF.
Much thinner than PPF and lighter. Almost always applied to entire car.
Waxing vinyl wraps is especially important to keep the films hydrated and flexible.