Contact to us

Category Archives: Videos

How Long Does A Car Wrap Take?

By | Videos | No Comments

How Long Does A Car Wrap Take?

Your standard wrap for a van or for a vehicle or a smaller SUV is one day. Larger SUVs and custom wraps when we’re knotting out a vehicle as opposed to using it for marketing purposes, generally takes up to two days. Buses and some box trucks take up to two days.

When we’re working on fleets, you know, we have the capabilities of doing several per day, depending on our client’s needs. And we’ve done all the way up to four tour buses in one day before.

Our Carbon Fiber Bentley Wrap

By | Videos | No Comments

Tony Jollett: We carbon fibered a Bentley, and that was really cool, you know. I was even a little curious about how this was going to turn out, only because of the fact that the carbon fiber is a good detail piece. But to wrap an entire car with carbon fiber cloth I thought might be a little too gaudy, it wasn’t. It was actually more subtle than you would think, and it turned out amazing.

Vehicle Wrap Maintenance Tips

By | Videos | No Comments

 

Vehicle Wrap Maintenance Tips

You want to wash your wrap. Dirt is the biggest enemy to a vehicle wrap. And the reason being is that it’s a vinyl. So elements from dust and dirt end up on the lamination and if not cleaned off, eventually they’ll start working their way into the lamination.

Then the humidity and moisture can start penetrating the wrap and that’s when you start running into browning. Even worse off is when it’s been going on for so long that you can’t eventually remove the wrap. We’ve had one instance where the vehicle had to get sandblasted.

A Good vs. Great Vehicle Wrapper

By | Videos | No Comments

 

A Good vs. Great Vehicle Wrapper

I think a great vehicle wrap installer really takes the time and cares about the end product. It takes a lot of years to train an installer to do great work and it also takes somebody that cares about this craft. It very much is a craft. It’s not something that you’re just going to be able to pick up and you need to have a knack for it.

Somebody who I look for when we are finding installers is somebody that wants to learn this craft and wants to further their craft as they move along. I think from a business idealism it helps us because the quality of work shows. When you see our vehicles on the road years down the line, they still look really, really good.