CHEAP VEHICLE WRAPS

THE RESULTS.

POOR QUALITY WRAPS

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To start off, the price of the material can vary from $10 (Chinese counterparts) to $160 (3M) per linear meter. The difference in prices here is always a major factor in the final price, and often choosing the cheaper materials with cost you more in the long term due to replacement and re-installation of vinyl. When vinyl is used on a car exterior, the high requirements of the material are to ensure that what we promise our clients is the truth.

Installing the Panel

It large factor in application is calculating in advance where and how to stretch the vinyl during application, over stretching vinyl can cause compromised contact with the surface, as the glue can become stretched. All this needs to completed quickly to ensure no dust finds it’s was back onto the surface of the car, or the vinyl. Complex surfaces like bumpers require special expertise and skillful execution. 

Cutting and Wrapping

Trimming is another consuming process, which requires experience from a master installer. Cutting away excess vinyl ensures the surface is completely smooth, and wrapped to the edge with no visibility of what is underneath. It is not acceptable to have any creases visible or colour showing from the original panel. One mistake at this stage, and the entire process has to be started again and re-applied. 

POOR QUALITY WRAPS

The Hood.

This failure on the bonnet is most likely a combination of bad quality film and bad technique. While higher quality vinyl can stretch to 30% giving you the ability to work it into shapes and dips in panels. The installer has stretched the vinyl out over the entire bonnet and then forced the vinyl down into the grooves running up the bonnet. the result of this is a huge amount of tension being placed on the film meaning over the course of the first week or so the vinyl has quite literally pulled itself back up from the tension.
 

POOR QUALITY WRAPS

The rear quarter panels.

This failure on the bonnet is most likely a combination of bad quality film and bad technique. While higher quality vinyl can stretch to 30% giving you the ability to work it into shapes and dips in panels. The installer has stretched the vinyl out over the entire bonnet and then forced the vinyl down into the grooves running up the bonnet. the result of this is a huge amount of tension being placed on the film meaning over the course of the first week or so the vinyl has quite literally pulled itself back up from the tension.
 

POOR QUALITY WRAPS

The Roof.

This failure on the bonnet is most likely a combination of bad quality film and bad technique. While higher quality vinyl can stretch to 30% giving you the ability to work it into shapes and dips in panels. The installer has stretched the vinyl out over the entire bonnet and then forced the vinyl down into the grooves running up the bonnet. the result of this is a huge amount of tension being placed on the film meaning over the course of the first week or so the vinyl has quite literally pulled itself back up from the tension.
 

More Examples of

Bad Wraps.

Don’t let them take you for a ride! Here we see an example of a car which has had a rather bad paint protection film wrap done on it, and how you can avoid being the next victim.

FERRARI 458

unprofessional paint protection film installation.

Range Rover

unprofessional full wrap gloss white.

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