In the world of Motorsport, when you want to look as good as you are performing, it’s always nice to have that extras that make your design stand out more than ever present. For many vehicle owners, vinyl wrap alloy wheels are desirable as it improves the wheels look and can really enhance a car overall appearance. To do this properly, though, it takes the right professionals to install the vinyl.
This can be used to create a nice combination – or contrast – with your vehicles new color scheme. Typically, you might want to look at alloy wheel wrapping for a variety of reasons, such as;
We have explored a range of alloy wheel wrap examples on a range of wheel and vehicle types below.
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Your local vinyl wrapper will need to clean and prepare your alloys in the most effective way possible before applying the highest quality vinyl products.
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Alloy wheels are not limited to their original colour or to just a new paint job, they can be vinyl wrapped too. Wrapping alloys can go alongside your full car wrap to compliment your new style and colour, an affordable and simple option compared to a respray.
The advantages of alloy wheel wrapping are:
Alloy wheel wrapping can be done on a range of styles in a range of material finishes and colours We take a look at a few examples and discuss the differences:
Matte alloy wheel wrap
Gloss alloy wheel wrap
carbon fibre alloy wheel wrap
Metallic alloy wheel wrap
There are very few cons when considering wrapping alloys over painting them, but these may be:
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