In theory, the principles behind performing a vinyl vehicle wrap are deceptively simple. All one needs to do is cut a piece of vinyl with the correct color pattern to fit a motor vehicle, place it over it, and then use heat to shrink the vinyl down to the correct size. It sounds, at least on the surface, so easy that anyone could do it. However, you don’t see many people doing this kind of work in their garage.
That’s because there’s more to it. Those who look online for how it’s done might come away with the idea that it’s easy, but that’s because they’re watching experienced experts who’ve performed the same chore countless times.
When we first work on a car or truck, we make sure to ask for pictures and measurements to make all of our pieces fit. Motorists are always given a scaled template for custom designs so they can see exactly how the finished product is going to look. This has become popular with those who use their vehicle wraps as a sort of rolling billboard opportunity, as they can place whatever kind of advertising content they want onto a piece that’s applied to a car.
Once the design process is completed, we’ll complete the finished fitment of the vinyl and remove wax or tar from any place on your car to ensure that the wrap lasts for the longest possible amount of time. While we do want cars to be cleaned beforehand, we give them a final clean so that there isn’t anything left on there that could interfere with the final wrapping process.
Any removed parts get reassembled, and the vehicle is then left to bake out in natural sunlight so that the vinyl wrap stays true once it’s all finished. Those who are interested in this process will undoubtedly want to request a free quote online.
Perhaps one of the best aspects of modern vehicle wraps is the fact that you can request nearly any color you’re interested in even if you’re not looking for advertising content on your car. Silver chrome has become something of a trend in the last few years, and it’s quickly getting to the point where people really love a stainless steel look on their cars. However, you can select anything you desire.
Regardless of the make and model, there’s usually a way to wrap over most modern vehicles. Naturally, there are exceptions to this rule, but engineers have done their best to develop as many potential options as possible.
Anyone who wants to have a vinyl wrap applied to their vehicle will want to make sure to work with the experts at Team Acme, so they don’t run into any unforeseen circumstances. We work with suppliers to get materials that can help make it much easier for motorists to have the kind of wraps they request.
Use our online contact form to ask about any special concerns. Our team of experts would be glad to help you out with vehicle graphics and vinyl wraps.