When looking to change the colour of your vehicle it's good to know it can add some protection. Adding a vinyl wrap adds a thin layer of protection to the paintwork. This thin layer can help against minor scratches or light scruff marks. It can also act as a barrier against bird droppings and tree sap. So if you are leasing the vehicle, you can rest assured when returning it that the paintwork is in good condition. Although vinyl wrap offers added reassurance from scruff marks and light scratches. It doesn’t offer the same level of protection as PPF, with PPF there is the bonus of its self-healing properties.
Vinyl wrap can be easily removed which is a great option for those looking to keep the original paintwork. It’s also a great option for those leasing the vehicle and need to return it with its original paint. This can help maintain the resale value.
Just like how you would wash and maintain normal paintwork on a car. All you have to do is use the two-bucket method and a super plush wash mitt. When cleaning vinyl wraps on your vehicle always make sure that the car shampoo is pH Neutral. Never use harsh chemicals like traffic film remover (TFR). These types of chemicals will destroy the vinyl and void your warranty.
Keep your vehicle’s paint pristine with our high-quality Paint Protection Film. This self-healing, high-gloss film is an excellent defence against stone chips and minor scratches.
Yes, but we recommend using touchless car washes or hand washing to maintain the wrap’s longevity. Avoid high-pressure washes as they can lift the edges of the wrap.