You need to notify your insurance company of any modification you do to your car, and in a case where you have had an complete colour change using vehicle vinyl wrap, then you are also required to notify the DVLA.
Every quote we give is completely tailored to our clients needs, and due to all the different options of vehicle vinyl wrap that are available unfortunately we are unable to offer a generic price for wrapping a car without consultation. Please contact us to receive a competitive quote. We aim to reply to all quote requests within 24 hours.
We use 3M, Avery Dennison and Hexis vehicle vinyl wrap , which normally tend to last from 3 to 5 years from wrapping your car.
If your vehicle has OEM standard paint then vehicle vinyl wrap acts as a protective layer without compromising the original paintwork of your car. The adhesive can be removed safely to ensure there is no damage to the paintwork. If the vehicle has stone chips or rust spots, or has had been resprayed, we cannot guarantee the vinyl wrapping material will be removed without damaging the paintwork.
Vehicle vinyl wrap will only protect you car against minor stone chips and scratches. If you are after more protection for your paint, Paint Protection Film is a very good option to consider and is highly durable than wrapping you vehicle.
Yes, as long as a quality vehicle vinyl wrap l is used and is removed in the recommended time frame then the vinyl can be removed without damage to paintwork.
This is varied, some cars require a few parts to be removed where as other cars would need a lot more parts removed before wrapping, for a seamless finish.
We recommend that you avoid washing your vehicle for at least 5 days and hand wash only. Do not use products with acids and solvents as this will void warranty and decrease the life of the vehicle vinyl wrap. If you are taking your vehicle to a hand car wash ensure they spray the jet at a 45 degree angle, are at least 1.5 meters away from the vehicle and never point it directly at edges or corners of panels. Drive-Thru machine car washes are a big NO. If possible, to get the most out of your new wrap we recommend leaving it in a garage or shade when unattended. The more you look after the wrap, the longer it will last.
This is dependent on the car and what you’re having wrapped. Generally wrapping a full car will take between 3 - 7 days to complete. A roof wrap can take 2 - 4 hours.
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