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Frequently ASKED Questions

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Q: What are vehicle graphics/wraps?

A: Vehicle graphics or any other type of graphic is PVC based vinyl that is printed on by our HP 700 series latex printer. Once the wrap is printed, it is then laminated. The lamination process adds an extra layer of protection over the vinyl and helps protect against color fading. Once the vinyl is printed and laminated, our experienced installers apply the vinyl to your vehicle. You then drive away with a branded vehicle or a new colored car!

Q: Will vinyl wraps cause damage to my paint or surface being wrapped?

A: Nope! Vinyl car wraps actually help protect the paint underneath!

Q: How long does the vinyl last?

A: Vinyl’s longevity depends on the type of vinyl, how it was installed, and how well it is taken care of after installation. The standard is 5-7 years.

Q: How do I justify the cost of a wrap?

A: Wraps have been continuously ranked as the most effective form of advertisement. There are studies by 3M that state that vehicle wraps are the most cost effective way to advertise and can create millions of impressions each year. To compare wraps and television ads, cost-per-thousand impressions of a television ad is $23.70 compared to vehicle wraps at $0.48 cost-per-thousand impressions. This is just one of the many examples as to why vehicle wraps are an extremely effective way to advertise your business or brand. Not only are wraps more cost effective, they are much more repeatable and easily customizable than a paint job. These designs are simply not possible to be reproduced by painting or air-brushing. Finally, vehicle wraps are a great way to help protect vehicles' original paint job which can help increase the resale value of your vehicle. 

Q: Can I wash my car after it’s been wrapped?

A: Of course you can wash your car after it has been wrapped! Not only can you wash it, you can also wax and ceramic coat it! You should avoid pressure washing or high pressure hand held washers. These can force water underneath the vinyl causing it to peel back.

Q: How soon can I wash the vehicle once wrapped?

A: It can range from 3 days up to multiple weeks depending on the outside weather. If it is the middle of summer, we suggest waiting a few days. However over the winter, we suggest waiting at least 2 weeks. No matter when you do it, you should avoid high pressure washes due to the fact that it could damage the wrap.