Anyone who applies vinyl vehicle wraps needs to follow a list of industry best practices, but unfortunately, not everyone is so meticulous when they do an install job. There are those who end up with a habit of cutting corners. This can be a serious issue for motorists who’ve invested a fair amount of money into a particular film. For this reason, we outline the best practices for vinyl wrap installation.
If you’re looking at getting a custom vehicle wrap done for your car or truck, then you need to make sure that it’s going to last. You don’t want it to peel or crack well before the normal end would be of its useful life. Fortunately, everyone at Team Acme is required to follow these best practices in order to ensure that you’ll be happy with the end product.
When Team Acme first tries to develop a wrap for a particular car, the team asks for pictures and measurements of the vehicle so that our graphic designers and technicians are sure they’re putting together something that’s actually right for the model in question. We don’t start designing a piece unless we know exactly what we’re looking at to prevent air bubbles.
All of our vehicle wraps are then printed to fit the particular measurements in question. These are done with a high-quality printer to ensure that the work being done won’t come out smudged or otherwise compromised. Installing vinyl requires clarity and stellar design.
Some people have tried to use poorer quality printing methods in the past. The result looks like something you could have made with your own ink jet sitting on your desk. Our technicians make sure that what you drive away with is something to impress.
All of the vinyl itself has been properly color-matched as well, which is important for those who are changing the look of their car to something that’s a little more pleasing to the eye. You don’t want it to look faded as soon as you have it put on your vehicle. At the same time, you’ll want to be sure that you’re working with something that isn’t going to fade quickly anyway.
Densities are another important thing to consider, but it’s often easy to forget about them. Matching the density of the material to the vehicle itself is vital, so our staff will be sure that they’re working with the right size wrap for the kind of car or truck you have.
Team Acme is sure to use the highest quality wrap materials available in order to ensure that the work stays looking fresh for as long as possible. Naturally, nothing lasts forever and even the underlying paint job of the nicest vehicles would eventually deteriorate. However, our technicians and staff do their best to put together something that will last as long as possible.
That being said, any handbook of best practices wouldn’t just end there. We encourage our staff to recheck every point of the installation before its ever returned to the motorist. For more information, contact us online. Feel free to request a free quote and see how easy it can be to get the vehicle wrap of your dreams.