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Vehicle Wraps FAQ’s

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Below are some frequently asked questions regarding vehicle wraps.

What Are Vehicle Wraps?

Vehicle wraps are large graphic vinyl decals that are applied to a vehicle over the original paintwork. Oftentimes, vehicle wraps are utilised for advertising purposes, but they can also be a great way to change the colour or appearance of your vehicle quickly and without resorting to a costly respray. Vehicle wraps come in a wide range of colours and finishes, such as metallic, matte or glossy. You can get a full wrap or a partial wrap depending on your specifications.

What does the Wrapping Process Involve?

For all vehicle wraps, including bus and fleet wraps, there are three steps to the process.

Firstly, the design of the wrap, which involves collating accurate measurements of your vehicle and coming up with the design you want, is applied.

The second step involves the production of the vehicle wrap, where it is printed and laminated with a coating that provides protection against scratches and UV rays.

The final step is the application phase. The exterior of your vehicle will be cleaned of any debris, including mud, wax, oil and dirt. The technicians will then apply the wrap to your vehicle.

How Long Does the Process Take?

Typically a vehicle wrap application can be completed in a day.

What If My Vehicle Wrap Becomes Damaged?

If your vehicle wrap sustains any damage, it is possible to replace the damaged panel individually avoiding the need for the entire wrap to be replaced.

How Long Does a Vehicle Wrap Last?

A vehicle wrap can last for between one and five years.

Are Vehicle Wraps Difficult to Remove?

Not at all! Vehicle wraps can simply be removed by peeling back the vinyl from the vehicle’s paintwork.
If you are interested in obtaining a premium wrap for your vehicle, or for any signage, tinting and signwriting requirements you may have, contact the experts at Prestige Graphic Installations.

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