Dipping cars, or covering it with a spray-on coat that can later peel off like a sheet of rubber, has been received with a lot of excitement by the car community. Here at Team Acme, we stand by our over-a-decade-long tradition of providing the best, highest quality vinyl wraps for cars, trucks, SUVs, RVs, buses, and any other type of vehicle you can throw at us.
Since some people feel that dipped cars can elbow vinyl vehicle wraps out of the game, we wanted to list a few of the major myths about vehicle dipping. We hope this information will help you make a better and more educated decision as to how to best decorate and protect the hull of your vehicle.
This is a tricky one because ‘easy’ is such a relative term. It all depends on how much experience you have with applying a coat to a car in the first place. Scroll through some user reviews, and it won’t take long to discover people who wound up with cracking paint or results that left them generally unhappy.
This one could not be further from the truth and Team Acme knows that first hand. We’ve helped innumerable vehicle owners glove their cars in gorgeous vinyl vehicle wraps for over ten years, and we don’t see any end in sight.
There’s a lot you can do, but let’s be honest, your capacity for detail is limited. Depending on the level of decoration and detail you want on your car, your options for what goes on there are limited to what you can spray, and the range of dip colors available.
It all depends on what your car is and where you drive it. Your dip isn’t going to remain intact in rough conditions, and on long road trips. Ask yourself what the vehicle is for when deciding how to coat it.
Sorry, this one just isn’t the case. Upon close inspection, most people will be able to see the difference, and you will too. If you’re cool with that, then no problem, but you should be clear about what expectations are realistic when dipping your car.
Vinyl vehicle wraps remain one of the best ways to give your ride a fresh, durable and decorative new look while protecting the original paint job. These coatings will outlast any dip by years, and do a better job of handling rough conditions.
Team Acme is passionate about offering the best service for custom vinyl vehicle wraps we possibly can. Our dedicated professionals can help you get a quote on a vinyl vehicle wrap if you call 702-566-8326. You can also visit Team Acme’s website to schedule a time to bring your car in for an appointment.