Wrap films are specially formulated, high-tech vinyl stickers created for installation on vehicles. We can print almost anything you want, designed specifically for your vehicle. Your custom design can include colorful photos, illustrated graphics, logos, marketing elements, specialty colors and more. Wrap film is removable, so the vehicle can be returned to its original condition if necessary.
Yes. For vehicles with partial wraps or graphics such as text or stripes, when the vinyl is removed, the paint underneath will be glossy, while the areas around it will look dull in comparison. In those cases, we recommend using a body shop or detail shop to remove the vinyl so they can buff the paint to bring it to an even, consistent finish.
We recommend hand washing with non-abrasive car wash soap and water. Avoid using spinning-brush car washes, as they can damage the wrap surface and lift the edges of certain graphics. Those brushes are really hard on even a painted car. Check out our complete wrap care guide.
The best thing you can do to ensure a successful installation is to have a clean, wax-free surface. Ideally, we need the vehicle to be washed well and dried the day before it comes in. Don’t forget about all the door jambs, fender wells and window channels if graphics are going over those areas. Think about the nooks and crannies that rarely get attention during a typical wash. We also don’t want your vehicle to be waxed before it’s brought in. Some clients take their vehicle to a detailing shop for the full treatment before bringing it to us, but sometimes that means waxing it, and that can lead to your graphics failing. We understand that we live in a rainy state, and you can’t always keep your vehicle dry. We still need it washed the day before you bring it in. It saves us time on installation preparation, and that saves you money.
We certainly appreciate the opportunity to wrap an entire motorcycle, but since they are so time consuming to wrap, it is typically either the same price or cheaper to paint it. When talking about changing the whole bike from one color to another, paint or powdercoating is usually the best way to go. The complex shape of a tank, fenders or fairings make the templating and design process so time consuming, it is rarely ever profitable and the wrap just doesn’t last on a bike the way it does on a car or truck. We can however, design custom spot graphics to install on the bike to accent the existing paint job. We understand you want to have something truly unique. If adding some custom graphics to your bike instead of wrapping it sounds interesting, please contact us.