Alright, so if you know what you’re doing, then you can try and install a vinyl vehicle wrap on your car yourself; however, if you want a vinyl vehicle wrap that looks good and lasts a long time, then we suggest that you come in to Team Acme, Inc. for some help. 1) We have a team of professional auto technicians that can transform your vehicle into something really awesome, and 2) We know what we’re doing! Here are 5 things that should never be done to a car when applying a vinyl vehicle wrap. If you do decide to install a vinyl vehicle wrap yourself, then take notes!
We all know that some colors just do not go well together. When designing the vinyl vehicle wrap that’s going on your car, be sure to use colors that will look good together. It’s not a good idea to create a wrap that will hurt peoples’ eyes. Otherwise, no one is going to want to look at your car for too long. Team Acme, Inc. creates sample templates for our customers before we print the vinyl vehicle wraps just to make sure that the wraps will look good on cars. We think colors are kind of an intuition thing; however, if you don’t have a good eye for color, then bring your ideas into Team Acme today and we’ll help you figure out what looks good and what doesn’t.
For the most part, vinyl doesn’t stretch that well. Therefore, enough vinyl should be printed to cover your entire vehicle sufficiently. Team Acme uses advanced printers and templates to accurately design and print the vinyl vehicle wraps we create. The vinyl is printed to fit specific makes and models of cars. This means we don’t have a lot of vinyl left over, but there’s always enough vinyl printed to cover the cars we work with.
Every car is different. Some cars have a lot of curves and weird edges. Some cars have odd-shaped windows. Sometimes the vinyl is unique and must be applied differently than other kinds of vinyl. Every time a vinyl vehicle wrap is installed, the job must be done right. This means if the vinyl must be stretched over corners of the vehicle, then the vinyl should be heated appropriately. Using the proper software, printers, and other tools is the best way to avoid laziness and ensure that each individual job is done right.
Piggy-backing off No. 3, Team Acme never uses blades. This is a huge no-no, because cutting the sides of cars and car windows is just too easy to do. NEVER make the mistake of using blades near vehicles when applying vinyl wraps. It’s as simple as that.
The last mistake we’re going to mention is specific to graphic designs that include words. Here at Team Acme, we believe that simple is better. If there are too many words, then people aren’t going to want to read what’s on your vehicle. This is very specific to vinyl vehicle wraps that are applied for advertising purposes. The good news is, Team Acme has a team of experts that knows what works and what doesn’t for vinyl vehicle wraps. Whatever your idea is, we’re going to want to know the purpose of the wrap. Then we can tell you if what you’re thinking will work or not in regards to what’s pleasing to the eye.
The staff at Team Acme is skilled in all aspects of vinyl vehicle wraps. We have certified techs with years of experience that are prepared to answer any questions you may have about vinyl vehicle wraps. Call today (702) 566-8326 or visit us on our website and check out all the services we offer. We would be glad to work with you to make the best decision for you and your car.