With so many misconceptions about vehicle wraps out there, it’s no wonder you’d like to think twice before getting one (or several) of your own. And why wouldn’t you think before you act?
So to get all your facts straight before going forward with your decision about getting a vehicle wrap, you should weed out the following myths first:
This basically depends on the variable of perception. What price tag would you consider to be low, and what are you comparing the price of a wrap to? Vehicle wraps are used as efficient advertising tools that generally cost much less than billboard ads do.
If you have a budget in mind, Team Acme can help you stick to it. After making a small deposit and sitting for a brainstorm session, we’ll lay out a few designs for you to choose from. If you decide to change the design, you can do so without any additional fees for the first round of changes.
Although vehicle wraps are known to protect a vehicle’s paint job, that doesn’t mean they can be applied directly onto a vehicle that has just gotten paintwork done. Even if it’s a few days after and the vehicle’s paint may seem to be dry when you touch it, that doesn’t mean it is completely dry. So in this case, installing a vehicle wrap will actually cause damage rather than protect it.
You should wait about three months before getting a wrap if your car has just been painted. Whether a vehicle wrap will protect a vehicle’s paint job, depends on other factors, too, like the age of a vehicle’s paint job. The older a paint job is, the more prone its paint is to oxidize.
In the right conditions, vehicle wraps usually have a lengthy lifespan. At Team Acme, your high quality vehicle wrap can actually protect your vehicle’s factory paint and depending on sun exposure, it can have a safe removal upon 3-4 years of installation.
This is totally false! Vehicle wraps are installed using a safe-to-remove vinyl adhesive, which makes it easy to remove the wrap before returning your leased vehicle. When a vehicle wrap is installed, it’s aligned along the vehicle’s silhouette, which ultimately makes it easy to remove. The professionals at Team Acme have removed vehicle wraps from several types of vehicles and are therefore experienced in returning your vehicle to its condition before the wrap.
Wraps are actually pretty easy to clean and care for. The best way to clean your vehicle wrap is through a regular hand wash. Just be sure to keep your vehicle away from areas that can make it prone to getting scraped or damaged.
You should just try to minimize your car’s exposure to the sun by parking indoors or under hooded areas. Similarly, if you can’t access an indoor garage, just apply a vehicle cover to protect the wrap’s content from fading.