We know you’ve seen a car wrap advertisement cruising around your town. Have you ever thought about getting one? Even if you have nothing to promote or sell, did you know that vehicle wraps protect the paint on your car and prevent it from being chipped, scratched and dinged? Granted, not every car wrap is the same. In order to get the most bang for your buck, you need to find a specialist who has the proper experience and equipment to get the job done right. We invite you to read along as we go through a number of common misconceptions about vehicle wraps and learn more about what Team Acme can do for your automobile today.
1. Vehicle Wraps are Expensive and Not Worth the Investment
If you have a business and have bought a radio advertisement or billboard, then you know how pricey advertising can be. Plus, the payments never stop. If you want your product or business mentioned, you have to keep paying. But if you invest in a vehicle wrap, you pay once and then let the advertisement speak for itself.
When a car wrap is done right and taken care of properly, it can last up to 7 years. You might think that a car wrap is a car wrap, and they’re all the same. But they aren’t. A bad car wrap is easy to spot if you know where to look or what to look for. If you notice peeling edges, bubbling, bad trimming or un-tucked edges, then know that this is a case of a bad car wrap.
When the day is done, you get what you pay for. So, yes, if you don’t put time or effort into finding the right man for the job, then a car wrap might not be the best investment for you. But if you find a skilled professional with years of experience, a car wrap can work wonders for your business.
2. A Vehicle Wrap Will Damage a Vehicle’s Paint
It might be shocking to some, but vehicle wraps actually protect cars’ paintjobs. If your car’s paint is in good condition, then a vehicle wrap will prevent it from being reached by UV rays, abrasions and chips or scratches. If your car’s paint isn’t the best, then make sure to get a pre-wrap inspection by the installer. This way you will both be aware of the condition of your car’s paint before a car wrap is installed.
If a car wrap is installed correctly, then there shouldn’t be any residue left over when the wrap is removed. Team Acme sells clear vinyl car wraps, which are meant to solely provide a protective layer to an automobile to avoid scrapes and damage to the paint from the weather and Sun.
3. It is Difficult to Remove a Car Wrap
It should never be difficult to remove a vehicle wrap because they are designed in a way that makes them extremely easy to take off. It’s so easy that you could probably remove it yourself if you really wanted to. Although, we advise our customers to take their car wrapped automobiles back to us for removal.
4. It is Unsafe to Put Graphics on Vehicle Windows
We understand the safety concern of putting graphics on car windows, but we know that there is nothing to be worried about. Graphics suitable for car windows are printed on perforated window film and drivers can see through the windows almost as clearly as if they weren’t covered at all.
5. Vinyl Does Not Last Long
Vinyl’s lifespan is approximately 5 to 7 years, but, of course, the length of time can vary—just like that of a paintjob! Also, if you do not properly take care of your car, you shouldn’t expect a car wrap to last as long as it could if taken care of right.
The lifespan of vinyl put onto your car also depends on where you live, how you use your car and the materials used. Also, how the car wrap is installed will also effect how long the car wrap lasts.
Get Your Car Wrap From Team Acme
As professional car wrappers, we know how awesome vinyl vehicle wraps are. Even if you aren’t looking to advertise, car wraps can preserve the paint of your car and maintain the resale vehicle of your vehicle. Learn more about Team Acme’s experience with car wrapping and what we can do for your car today. Visit our website to learn more about all of the services we offer. Have Questions? Give us a call at 702-566-8326 or fill out our online contact form.