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Car wrapping is booming the world over as drivers realise that it's the best way to completely changing the look of your car, with materials like the popular matte back, matte blue, gloss white and black, carbon fibre and more, the personalisation prospects are infinite.
In the UK alone, Car Wrapping London, Car Wraps Manchester and Car Wrapping Birmingham are going through massive growth year on year, with the likes of Car Wrapping Essex also growing. On an international level, Car Wrapping Australia and Car Wraps USA are fantastic markets with amazing work being done by talented suppliers.
Wrapping a car is the most cost effective way to change your vehicles appearance. It also protects the bodywork which helps the vehicle hold it's value. When it comes to giving your car a new look and paint protection, you truly cannot beat a vinyl wrap.
Vinyl products from manufacturers such as 3M, Hexis, Arlon and Avery are now so advanced, they can be removed quickly and easily without leaving any residue on the paint surface of the car, revealing the perfect finish that was present prior to the car being wrapped.
Wraps change the whole cars' appearance, whether drastic with a custom designed graphics, or subtle, by going for something like Gloss White. They also add a paint protection cover that will help it hold it's value when it's time for sale.
Take a look at the Pro's & Con's for a much more detailed breakdown.
We've got a big resource of information here at 3Dom Wraps, so have a look through our wrap types to see examples and choose one that you like, check the full services in the 'Vinyl Wrap Film Types & Services' section below, and browse the blog for more examples of car wraps such as BMW, Audi, Lamborghini, VW, Mclaren and more.
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Through the 3Dom Wraps approved network, we'll supply you with free quotes from up to 3 professional wrappers near you, and when booking through our system, you automatically qualify for 10% off the total cost of wrapping a car, van, truck or any other vehicle. It's completely free to request quotes and you are under no obligation to buy until you book your car wrap with a provider.
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There is no more cost effective way of changing the colour and appearance of your vehicle than vinyl wrapping, with a huge collection of vinyl materials to choose from, each with their own style.
Check our these car wrapping videos to see beautiful cars being wrapped and the results of before and after.
There are many ways vinyl wrapping can transform your vehicle, beyond a full wrap.
We offer an international service and will connect you with a professional car wrapper near you. Use our form below and take the first steps to getting your vehicle wrapped. If you are looking for outline prices within the UK, you can read our How much are car wraps? blog post. For full quotation requests, please use our form below.
Simply put, vinyl is like a giant sticker covering for a vehicle. Industry leading companies such as 3M®, Avery® Arlob® and Hexis® make vinyl specific for this type of application. It’s not as simple as putting on a sticker but it fairly close, with a few installation tricks and a bit more time.
It's really difficult to find any real cons to getting your vehicle wrapped. The only real cons we can think of would be:
Vinyl has to be produced specific for this application to have flexibility for curves in body panels. It also has to withstand extreme weather, road debris, UV rays, and the constant wind from simply driving the car. The adhesive if done properly at installation will allow for re positioning before you properly adhere it to the panels. It is completely safe on clean painted surfaces and will fit like a glove.
What makes this an interesting process as well is the application of ink-jet printed designs to the vinyl. Imagine the printer that runs this process. Moreover, the limitless imagination of what can actually be put on the vinyl.
Unlike a paint job, vinyl wraps can come in a wide variety of material finishes different thickness, tinsel strength for different applications, without the extreme price tags.
Pearl, Carbon Fibre (3D textured), metallic, chrome, metallic chrome, matte, matte chrome...the list goes on and that's without discussing the huge palette of vinyl wrapping colours which cover the full spectrum.
A wrap can be removed with ease and without any damage being caused to the paintwork underneath, and it can be redone as many times as you like. This makes wrapping a much cheaper than a new paint job and they give the option to revert and restyle your car as many times as you like.
Wraps can be used for really an infinite amount of applications. The most obvious of these really is twofold, Commercial & Personal.
Commercial signs and graphics applications:
Advertising for a business. If a particular business uses delivery vehicles for instance, having the company’s logo, product bullet points, web site and local phone numbers. If done with some flair and style this can be an invaluable image for any business. An immeasurable ROI. Using a clear vinyl laminate over an advertising peace will help preserve the beauty of the wrap for longer periods of time, increasing the life and ROI of your wrap. Companies that choose to have vehicles or delivery vans a particular colour.
Paint protection. With a level of protection from the vinyl itself, when a vehicle reaches the end of its service how valuable will it be to remove a wrap to find virtually brand new paint job underneath. Resale values will be improved by the preservation of the paint job. These fleet service vehicles may have miles but cosmetically they are in excellent shape.
Car wrapping is also used for race wraps, the application livery designs in the worlds best Motorsport vehicles like WTCC cars and MotoGP. For race teams this gives you the freedom to add sponsor logos to your car and trailer.
Personal car customisation applications:
For those that love customisation, how fun will it be to give your car a total face lift? You can change the colour of your car from something simple to the extreme. Most people go for one colour option, but you can be creative, 2 colours can look great too.
Vinyl wrapping is also not just for cars, with many vans, trailers and boats also being wrapping, and motorbikes are becoming very popular to wrap. A motorbikes wrap is a very cheap way of modifying your bike, with such a small amount of surface area of bodywork on motorbikes, the material and labour costs are much lower than a car wrap.
If it’s metal and moves, you can wrap it.
Full wraps are simply that. The whole vehicles outer surfaces. Front to back, top to bottom. A full wrap for those using any sort of design give the graphic designers much greater freedom to create something jaw-dropping when finished. Full wraps as we discussed earlier protect the paint underneath.
Your does not have to be fully wrapped, as many partial car wraps are now popular, these include:
Using partial wraps to protect car panels from road debris in areas of the car where direct impact from same is a problem. Panels, bonnets, and front bumper areas that take the brunt of harsh road conditions or daily work use. Partial wraps are a good choice for budget minded projects. Or for those that might simply want to advertise on a back window or bonnet.
To get the best from your vinyl car wrap, always use an authorised or accredited vinyl installer for one of the major vinyl suppliers. We specifically recommend 3M® accredited installers, who work with the highest quality 3M® vinyl and are trained to the highest level of car wrapping. If you wish to have your wrap removed, we also recommend you use a professional to ensure that it is done with care and that your paint will be well protected throughout the process.
Depending on your specific application this is really very simple.
Most shops will have an in-house graphics person that can help you design exactly what you’re looking for. If you can think it up, it can be translated onto vinyl.
Production of your wrap consists of printing pre-measured pieces in the proper order to achieve your design elements.
Installation by a professional installer. Here are the first steps in that process:
Many vinyl wrappers now wrap the inside of the door wells, the area you see when the door is open. This usually comes as an optional extra but be sure to discuss this with your wrapper prior to the job taking place.
Usually after a wrap it is recommended that the car is not washed for up to 48 hours, just to allow all the edges to complete their bonding process, but this is also far less than after a car has been painted.
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Graphic design will have some cost associated with it. This will truly depend on how elaborate you get. This also dictates the cost of printing, how elaborate you go and how much ink will be required. This process can run into the thousands of dollars, so choose wisely. It truly is up to your budget!
For customisation value, you truly can’t go wrong with a vinyl wrap on your vehicle. Finding a quality installer is key to a great wrap, and the longer a wrap lasts the less likely you are to have to replace it any time soon. You should get 5 to 6 good years out of your wrap, and you will with the right products. Most vinyl manufacturers & installers do offer a warranty on their products, usually around 5-8 years, depending on the colour and vinyl type.
With car wrapping industry growing, new installers are introducing themselves all the time, so you have many to choose from.
We offer unbeatable deals for vehicle wrapping design and installation services, we have a massive database of approved wrappers near you who we regularly work with, and as an added bonus of booking through us, you'll receive up to 10% of your bill.
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