Wrapping is one of the newest and most innovative ways to customize your vehicles or homes. Vehicle wrapping is the process of transforming the color and look of your vehicle by applying large sheets of vinyl film to each individual panel on the car. It is applied with extreme precision and skill, and it can really only be carried out by highly trained and experienced staff. During this wrapping process, the film takes on the shape of the panels that it is applied to. It is important to hire a professional to ensure that there are no bubbles, creases, or unmatched color depth and shine. When you have a vehicle wrapped, it will completely change its appearance. It also protects your paintwork from chipping and fading. Because the vehicle is covered with 3–4 mils of thick vinyl, the paint surface is protected from most regular road debris. Wraps also aren’t permanent, so if down the line you want to change the color or go back to how it looked prior, the wrap can be easily removed.
A nice advantage of vinyl wrapping your boat is the lower cost compared to any linear polyurethane. Most of the time, it takes fewer labor hours to make it happen. Wrapping only costs about two-thirds as much as a top-quality LP job because of the low labor time. Both procedures demand a prepared surface. Any minor scratches and dings will show through the thin skin of the vinyl and the coat of the LP. People also say vinyl wrap is easier on the environment than LP because there aren’t any chemicals or solvents used on site during any applications. Vinyl can be recycled or broken down. It is common that the vinyl will last up to 7 years with UV protection on a boat. Whether you like the idea of wrapping your boat or not, it can still be great for keeping your boat’s paint protected.
Car wraps are the most common vehicle that gets wrapped. Car wrapping provides great results when you apply the film to flat surfaces. The prints are great; you can put your company’s name, phone number, and email address all on the print. Car wraps also offer some protection. They are a good investment to keep your car protected. They are also reversible. They are highly unlikely to fall off by themselves. The whole process is cheaper than getting a paint job as well; it’s a very cost-effective way to change how your car looks and keep it safe. Car wraps are luxury products; they are not a necessity, but if you do have the money for them, you can end up doing a lot of cool things with them.
Taking a step away from vehicles, you can actually also wrap furniture in colorful vinyl to make it stand out. If you don’t like the look of your desk or want to try and upgrade your table, You can get a furniture wrap that gives you all the furnishings you need to give the furniture a makeover. The wraps you see on cars and other vehicles are also used for furniture. You can get these wraps customized with certain looks, such as gloss, matte, and even wood grain. You can wrap doors, dressers, desks, and even refrigerators. The possibilities are endless since furniture wraps can be installed on anything with a hard and non-porous surface. Furniture wrap is a great way to make cheap furniture look fancy and also hide any problems it may have.
If you are looking to transform your vehicle into a mobile billboard or make it stand out, then Elite Tinting & Graphics has got you covered with our custom car wraps. Our high-quality vinyl wraps not only enhance the appearance of your vehicle but also provide protection against wear and tear and sun damage. Call us today to get started on getting your vehicle wrapped.