One of the common considerations when it comes to car wrapping is deciding whether to follow the angles of the car or keep everything level.
There is no right way to go about it, as what works and looks best will depend on the design of the car.
We advise all our clients which options will work best to complement their vehicle.
Always insist on automotive-grade vinyl.
For a long-lasting finish, insist your car wrapping gets printed on automotive grade vinyl.
I’ve replaced many cars because the signage company has used low-grade vinyl wrapping. The car’s paint comes off with it too – you can imagine the bill for that botched job.
Thinking you can save some money by neglecting the vinyl quality may seem like a good idea at the time, but it’s going to end in disaster for your car in the long run.
What is the car wrapping process?
When we wrap a car, we usually spend an entire day just preparing the car, so you get the best result possible.
We take the badges and the lights out, so we’re able to wrap everything into the car.
It might seem like more time at the start – but you’ll get a guaranteed long-lasting finish that you can be proud of.
So when you’re shopping around for car wrapping, be sure to ask if the vinyl being used is automotive grade, and how they’ll wrap the car. Getting it right the first time could save you a lot of hassle later on.
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