Giving a car a new paint job can be messy and expensive. That’s why Team Acme simply does not recommend getting one. Instead, we’re all about how to use vinyl vehicle wraps to cover up bad paint jobs. A wrap installation can do the trick.
id you know vinyl vehicle wraps could last as long as 7 years? But you can take them off as soon as you want to. All we’re saying is that vinyl vehicle wraps deliver the same outcome as new paint jobs, except you get a few more benefits.
Bad Paint JobWe don’t know what happened to your car and its paint job, but we know you’re not happy with it. Maybe there is paint on your car’s windows or the paint job is streaky and inconsistent. Perhaps you just really hate the color. Whatever it is, Team Acme, Inc. can help because vinyl vehicle wraps are the best easy-fix for any paint job gone wrong.
Since they’re able to go over almost any kind of body surface found on a modern motor vehicle, you should find that they look equally great regardless of what kind of paint job is currently under it. They’re completely opaque in most situations too, which means you won’t be able to see anything underneath it. If it currently has more than one color in a pattern that’s absolutely hideous, then you should still be able to cover it with a piece of material that won’t let you see underneath.
The cool thing about cars coming out of a manufacturer’s factory is that you can expect every car of the same color to be exactly the same. But when you try to repaint a car yourself, it’s not easy to get the desired color. In reality, paint mixing is complex and hard to get right.
Therefore, if you do really want a new paint job, then go to a professional. Otherwise, vinyl vehicle wraps are one easy way to ensure color consistency and color brightness, and the color brightness will last a long time. With vinyl vehicle wraps, you get color-rich vinyl applied to every surface of your car’s exterior and you can count on the vinyl lasting a while without failure.
Vinyl makes it a great option for those who want to clean up after a bad paint job was done aftermarket to a car that’s otherwise in great shape. If someone botched the color scheme but the actual underlying bodywork is great, then a vinyl wrap will get your car looking every bit as new as the actual vehicle feels.
That being said, there are a few factors to consider if you’re looking at redoing a car. Vinyl wraps aren’t necessarily a panacea for every single problem that you might run into when you’re trying to patch up a terrible exterior.
Honesty is the best policy, so we’ll be real with you here: If your car has dents or rust or peeling paint, then a vinyl vehicle wrap might not be able to hide it successfully. It’s a blessing and a curse, but vinyl vehicle wraps hug the exteriors of cars so tight that any blemish in the paint of a car will be visible through the vinyl. However, Team Acme, Inc. can make sure that your car is prepared thoroughly and properly before we even think about applying vinyl over bad paint job. The good news is that if you simply dislike the color of your car’s current paint job, then a vinyl vehicle wrap is an easy and inexpensive way to give your car a new look!
If you’re driving a relatively late model car that came in a strange color, then a vinyl wrap is a great way to cover it over. At times, major automakers have had some unusual decisions regarding what makes a good looking paint scheme. If you love your car but disagree with the designers’ exterior aesthetics you should find that a vinyl wrap gets rid of the problem.
Since vinyl can be molded in almost any color, the design possibilities are surprisingly flexible. If you’re not using your vehicle as a company car, then you could opt for whatever pattern you’d prefer using the same techniques that those who do opt for advertising schemes.
Some people have gotten pretty creative when it comes to what they put on their vehicles. For instance, someone who owns a tour van might want to put their band’s name and logo on it. Some people have had custom designs that call to mind the classic airbrush art that people often used to have done on the sides of vans. Like any kind of customization, different motorists have very different ideas and have gotten really passionate about some of the best ones.
Team Acme, Inc. can make sure that your car is prepared thoroughly and properly before we even think about applying vinyl to it. The good new is that if you simply dislike the color of your car’s current paint job, then a vinyl vehicle wrap is an easy and inexpensive way to give your car a new look!
Learn more about Team Acme’s design and installation processes for vinyl vehicle wraps when you visit our company’s website today. Read more about the products we use for our vinyl vehicle wraps and how we design, print, and install the vinyl wraps we make to our customers’ vehicles. If you have questions and want to talk to a professional, then fill out our online contact form. You can also always feel free to request a vinyl wrap quote too.