Vinyl Wrap Services

Our  vinyl wrap services can provide a variety of solutions to assist our customers or professionals to achieve their goal and complete a project as cost effectively  as possible

We can Supply Print  and install in house or mobile anywhere on the Melbourne Metro area.

You can select a full comprehensive print supply and install or take our products / DIY Kits and personalised services individually.

With our  exclusive national network of vinyl wrap and hydrographics studios that combined their experiences and expertise to benefit both industries.

Create and personalized any statement for your ride. With more than 300+ colours to choose from, a vehicle wrap is the simplest and easiest way to create the look you have been wanting.

No matter how big or small your project, we can create the perfect fit with a vehicle wrap that conveys your style. Contact us today to discuss your project!

 

FAQ

WHAT IS A VEHICLE WRAP?

A vehicle wrap is a process whereby some or all of your cars’ surface areas are covered with a high-quality self-adhesive vinyl, effectively ‘wrapping’ the car with vinyl. The wrap may feature full-colour digitally-printed designs or they may be completed with any of the hundreds of solid type colours that are now available.

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF WRAPPING A CAR VERSUS PAINTING?

Vinyl wrap is not permanent and is removable at any time, so if you wish to change the car back to its’ original colour then it is a fairly simple process to remove the wrap.

Car wrapping is often viewed as a form of car customization, and although you might love your new choice of colour there is no guarantee that when it comes time to sell the vehicle that the prospective buyer will like your colour choice. A vinyl wrap can be easily removed and/or changed, whereas paint is very, VERY permanent!

WILL A VINYL WRAP DAMAGE THE PAINT ON MY CAR?

Assuming the car has original (OEM) paintwork and that the paintwork is in good condition, then there is very little chance that the wrap will damage the paintwork. The paint under the wrap is actually protected from the harsh UV rays of the sun, exposure to the elements, and minor scratches, however if your vehicle has been repainted then there is no guarantee that the paint will be perfect when you remove the vinyl wrap.

Something to consider when choosing a wrap company to complete your project is the experience of the installer as an inexperienced installer could inadvertently damage the paint on your vehicle while the installation is taking place. Make sure that the installers that are going to install your wrap know how to do so without cutting on the paint of your vehicle, as any cuts will not be visible to you until the wrap is removed.

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