As vinyl-wrapping has progressed, the ability of artisans has improved, and their ability to wrap different parts more accurately has increased. As a result, there are now few vehicle parts you cannot use a vinyl wrap. Below we have covered some of the most popular and significant areas for a vinyl vehicle wrap.
Full Vinyl Vehicle Wrap
A full body wrap is one of the most popular vinyl wraps for a vehicle fleet. The whole body wrap takes 2-3 days to complete as it takes a lot of design and precision from a quality company. Vehicle fleet wrapping may appear expensive at first, but when compared to alternatives such as paint or printing, the benefits outweigh the cost. It is also more cost-effective to get a vinyl wrap as it is long-lasting, durable, and easy to fix if damaged. However, the price tag does come with the best quality materials and some very well-trained installers and designers. When done by a professional, a fully wrapped vehicle sets your fleet apart from others.
A bonnet wrap is a popular option for personal cars, racing and branding. It is a good option for quickly changing the appearance of your vehicle without dramatically changing the rest of it. They are often seen to be used for racing stripes, bold colours and carbon fibre appearance. A widespread but often overlooked benefit of wrapping your bonnet is that it helps retain the quality and value of your vehicle should you wish to sell later on. Covering your bonnet protects it from many everyday damages, wear and tear, and removing the vinyl at a later tie will reveal an as-new surface.
Wrap Interior Trim
This increasingly popular form of vehicle wrapping helps to liven up your vehicle, keep it on brand and protect it from wear and tear. Adding vinyl wrappings will prevent minor scratches from accumulating and make your car’s interior look new, especially when you remove it and surface a fully protected interior below; this technique helps the vehicle retain its value.
Roof wrapping is one of the most popular wraps we see today. These can often be found on campervans to make them look more like the traditional and aught after VW campervan. In addition, they keep the roof in tip-top condition by protecting it from daily wear and tear.
Wheel wrapping is more complex than other wrapping techniques; it is difficult because of its complexity and the risks of wrapping vinyl. It is not easily done, and you should always seek a professional for a good finish. However, applying vinyl to a surface can help you create a diamond-cutting stylist without changing the physical property of the wheel. Alloys take a lot of damage, so vinyl is a great way to protect them from the more everyday bumps and scratches.
It is common for people to do a boot wrap as a single project. Other wraps often accompany them on the roof and bonnet as a custom styling package. Combined with the suitable wraps, they can look fantastic on cars like town cars.
Chrome Delete Vinyl
Chrome deleting is a modern technique that effectively removes the chrome trim from cars. It’s often done with black adhesive vinyl as this is the current style trend for getting the desired effect.
Door wraps are typically done in the same colour and colour as the rest of the car. Wrapping doors with vinyl provides you with an opportunity to replace parts of a wrap that have been damaged, add branding and protect the car surface. This can be especially useful in motorsport, where the wrap on an autobody or car can become torn due to direct contact with another vehicle or other accidents.
Radiator Grill Wrap
Many modern cars come with metal and chrome finishes. Still, these can be undesirable for some as they are associated with vintage vehicles, making vinyl a popular alternative to get around this style issue. In addition, wrapping vinyl is ideal for changing your vehicle’s original front grills to a new colour, pattern or finish.
Door Handle Wraps
Door handles are hard to wrap and should be done by a professional or someone with great skill; they should be wrapped to the same colour and standard as the rest of the door for a neat appearance.
Wing Mirror Wrapping
Many customers opt for a wing mirror wrap as it’s relatively cheap and easy to apply. This is because wing mirrors in different colours look new, modern and stylish. Unfortunately, they also experience a lot of bump damage and wear and tear. However, they come in various colours or finishes, so you can get what you’re looking for, depending on the preferences of your car.