Frequently Asked Questions
How long does the process take?
Most of the required is the development of the graphic design concept. The depends how much direction you provide as well as your response time. We can have a concept to you very quickly. After you approve the graphic design, we print the graphic and let the media dry. We then laminate and cut the wrap. The last stage is installation. This will take between 1 and 3 days depending on graphic size and vehicle type.
What if I change my mind or my business changes? Can the wrap be removed?
The wrap is applied using heat and pressure-sensitive adhesives that can be reactivated and removed by our installers. The removal process will not damage the vehicle’s finish.
How long will the wrap stay on my vehicle?
A wrap should last approximately 5 years under normal driving and use conditions, with reasonable care and treatment.
Can I pressure wash my vehicle after the vinyl is installed?
We recommend that a wrapped vehicle not be pressure washed. Pressure washers vary greatly in terms of psi (the force of the water). Some are strong enough to damage the graphics.
What's the best way to wash my car?
The old fashioned hand wash is best. You can take your car through a brushless car wash.
Can I wax my car?
We recommended against wax. Some waxes contain abrasives and chemical additives that can shorten the life of the wrap.
Do I have to wash my vehicle before installation?
No. We’ll wash your vehicle before installation.
How long do you need my vehicle for installation?
One to three days, depending on the size of the vehicle and complexity of the wrap.
I don't live near your facility. Can I have your graphics installed locally?
Yes. We ship installaton-ready wraps to installers all over the U.S.
Will the graphics damage my paint?
No. In fact, it will protect it.
Can you wrap larger vehicles?
Absolutely. We can wrap virtually any sized vehicle, including trailers and RVs.
Can I deduct the cost of my wrap as a business expense?
If you are promoting your business, a vehicle wrap qualifies as a business expense, and therefore, a tax deduction. Consult your tax professional for more details.