Once the wrap design for your car is complete and the vinyl is printed, your vehicle can be wrapped and ready to drive again in as little as 3 days. However, how long it takes to settle on what the design for your car will be can take between a few weeks and a few months to come to a conclusion.
It depends on what you want the vinyl for your car to look like and what our team comes up with for vehicle graphics. Then, once you’re satisfied with the design and plan we have for your car, we print the vinyl and install it quickly and professionally.
Individuals who are up against a specific timeline should find that the time recommendations they’re given are still at least relatively generous. Three days is tight enough of a turn around that people interested in using their company cars for advertisement reasons could wait through it. Nevertheless, you’re probably still dealing with some nagging questions if you’re seriously considering having a vinyl vehicle wrap installed.
In general, three or four days should usually be enough to completely wrap over a vehicle. One of the big benefits of vinyl wraps is the fact that they don’t take as long as most other techniques. Larger vehicles might take a long time to paint, especially if they have a number of different facets to them.
Normally, it takes a day or two to apply the vinyl wrap and then another day for it to dry and set into the vehicle. By bringing your vehicle to us nice and clean, you can help to dramatically cut down on how long the process will take.
Wrapping a truck usually takes 1-2 days along with another day to dry and set. This makes it no different than most other vehicles. In spite of their increased size, trucks are relatively easy to wrap because once you start to apply the wrap, you can simply have it rolled around the largest parts of the truck. That being said, some particularly complicated installations will slow down the process.
In either case, trucks still shouldn’t take a great deal of time to wrap. Massive trucks, especially those that are attached to trailers, might take much more time, but it would still normally take less time than it would to paint something like that. Some larger trailers will take a substantial amount of time to dry when treated with conventional paint, thus making this still a faster method of treating them.
We want to create something that you are proud of and we want you to be happy with the work we do for you. Therefore the very first step in every vinyl vehicle wrap process is to come up with a plan: What do you want your vinyl vehicle wrap to be?
This flexibility is precisely the reason that so many people have used vinyl wraps to get a message out. It’s also why motorists have a tendency to pick such eye-catching funky patterns. Camo vinyl has been increasingly popular in recent years, and you can normally get whatever other pattern you’d prefer. That gives you far more options than if it was painted.
Some car club enthusiasts have actually gone out of their way to design wraps that make a car look like it’s worn out even though it’s in peak condition. There’s no way this could be reasonably done with paint, but it’s very attractive for those who want to look like they’re driving a rat rod when they’ve got a high-performance vehicle that’s capable of standing up with anything else in its class.
To get a vinyl vehicle wrap from Team Acme, Inc., you need to come into our shop. You will meet with our team of graphic designers and technicians to discuss the details of your vehicle and the vinyl design you want on it.
You might want just a solid color, an elaborate graphic design, advertisement for a company, or a unique vinyl like chrome. Meet with our team to tell us what you are thinking for your car. Then, we’ll let you know what we come up with.
Our team has the experience to work with almost any kind of regular car that a motorist will bring in, and we’ve also covered dirt bikes and other types of vehicles over time. That’s good news for motocross racing teams that need to have their sponsors spelled out across the fork.
Once we have an idea of what you want for your car, our team gets to work on the design process. We require exact measurements of your car, in addition to the make and model. Everything there is to know about the exterior of your vehicle we must know.
With your design idea in mind and a template for your vehicle on hand, we use computers and advanced software to create templates for the vinyl vehicle wrap design. If it’s a graphic design, then this part of the process could take a little bit of time.
On the other hand, if you don’t like the design the first time around, then tell us! We’ll redo it until you like it. Once we agree on a design, it’s time to print the vinyl.
The vinyl is printed but we have to prepare your car if we want the wrap to adhere for as long as possible. We clean your car thoroughly to remove any residue, including: dirt, wax, and dust. If any of the car’s door panels need to be removed to properly install the vinyl wrap, then we do that.
Next, we start applying. Depending on the size and structure of the vehicle, this process can take 1 to 2 days. Sometimes the process is quick. Sometimes the process is complicated and takes longer. Once the car is fully wrapped, we leave it out in the sun to dry and set.
Here at Team Acme, Inc. we are professional from start to finish. When it comes to wrapping cars in vinyl it’s easy to get excited about the cool stuff we can do to your car.
Fill out the online contact form on our website to get in touch with our team. Team Acme can provide full wraps and custom designs for your benefit.