How it works Vinyl Wraps
HOW IT WORKS VINYL WRAPS?
Whether you own or lease, how it works. Vinyl wraps paint protection is a great way to protect your investment from scratches, stains or chipping. The way installation process work.
Day before the installation schedule date Vehicle must be Washed with regular soap and water make sure soap does not contain any WAX products.
Ones we receive your vehicle we do clean the wrapping areas on the exterior with 50% Rubbing Alcohol this way all the unnecessary dirt will be off from the paint.
All of the printed panels of vinyls will be hang on the vehicle with simple tapes just to make sure if everything where it suppose to be. As it showing on the layout has given from the Designers.
One’s everything is in order and ready to start slowly peel the graphics using plastic Squeegee’s with medium pressure. Going over the surface making sure there are no wrinkles , bubbles , or any other imperfections.
HOW IT WORKS
LEARN HOW TO PROTECT YOUR VINYL WRAP AND MORE
Protecting vinyl wrap starting with carwash best way is washing it by hand. Some of the drivers don’t have this option regular car washes are second best option. ATTENTION: Do Not Use pressure Wash on any type of vinyl surface.
Also twice a year we recommend to spray wax your vehicles wrap. Lightly apply your spray wax to Fine and clean Fiber cloth with regular pressure. Also make sure to have 1 more clean and dry Fiber Cloth to go over the same surface area right after you applied the wax.
This will protect your vinyl wrap from sun also engine heat specially on the hood and fender areas.
TRUCK AND TRAILER WRAPS
Box trucks and trailers are flat surfaces with rivets in this case we have to make sure. There are no rust around the rivets and oxidation problem on the surface.
If it’s a old truck and there is rust areas around the rivets. Most of the cases and the cheapest way to fix this problem is. Sanding the small surfaces around the rivets and putting couple coats of matching spray paint.
And allow minimum 72 hours to dry and at least this way material will stick better then any rusted surface. NOTE:(If you are planing to repaint the entire surface this case recommended drying time is 15 days)
HOW TO WASH WRAPPED VEHICLES
In some cases Trucks and Trailers are washed with powerful pressure wash machines this is very Harmful To your graphics. Especially Peeling problems. Simple Truck Wash places or using long handle washing Brush with soap and spraying water will be the best option.
How it works If the surface area has no issues our Certified installers. Will wipe down the areas using 50% rubbing alcohol for perfectly clean surface right before installation takes place.
If the problem is Oxidation we have used many different products but still wasn’t working that well. So far the best solution we recommend in this cases using (Compound and Buffing the surface area). How it works most of the Auto body shops have very reasonable prices for Buffing.
WHERE SHOULD I PUT IT ON MY CAR?
Make your next fleet vehicle wrap or graphic installation campaign a worry-free project.
Vehicle Wraps come in different sizes, and are designed for different parts of your vehicle. You can use our guidelines or choose your own placement. We can Apply Graphics anywhere except in areas that will obstruct the windshield, break lights or headlights.
For rear window, or driver and passenger side windows. We use printed Perforated see through window film matching with your design.
How it works? Wall graphics are getting very popular in large business buildings and retail stores. Most important thing during this installation is the condition of the paint on the surface of the walls.
We recommend using same Primer and Paint Manufacturer. And allowing minimum 4 days for drying time and installation can take place ones its completely dry. How it works? If the the surface area is already correctly Primed and painted our Certified installers gently wipe down the surfaces.
Using 50% rubbing alcohol with soft paper towels or fiber cloths right before installation take place.