18 Feb An Inside Look At The Car Wrap Installation Process
Perhaps the hardest part of getting a wrap is deciding what look you want on your car. The custom-graphic look is what most people immediately think about – and it’s a great choice that immediately personalizes your car as yours. There are so many other options out there now, though. From matte black to electric blue, from glow-in-the-dark to 3D and metallic, a car wrap is almost like choosing a tattoo.
But there’s one clear difference – a car wrap isn’t permanent. If you want to change the look of your car with the seasons, you can. If you want to get festive and match your car to holidays like Independence Day, New Year’s Day or Talk Like a Pirate Day, you can.
Wrapping a car so it looks professional is harder than it appears. At every step of the way, from preparing the surface to heating the wrap material, to follow up care, installing a wrap on a car is all about serious attention to detail.
Details like, the ideal air temperature (70-80 degrees), and at one point in the process to use non-alcohol and alcohol-based cleaners (alcohol-based, only at the end). It’s one way to help people understand the time and effort that goes into creating awesome on your car. The infographic below covers these steps in the process: Cleaning Your Vehicle, Application Process, Tools of the Trade and Application Tips.