What is Vinyl Wrapping?

Vinyl wrapping is a technique that involves covering the surface of a vehicle or other object with a vinyl film to alter its appearance or safeguard the underlying surface. Heat and pressure are utilized to apply the vinyl film, ensuring that it adheres correctly to the surface. The excess vinyl is trimmed away, and the edges are sealed to achieve a sleek, polished finish.

Nowadays, vinyl wrapping offers paint-like results at a fraction of the cost and time. The market offers a wide variety of high-quality vinyl materials, including the KPMF Premium Marking film, 3M Vinyl Series 2080 Scotchprint Film, Avery Dennison Supreme Wrap Film, Oracal Premium Wrapping Cast, and Hexis Skintac. These vinyl films are available in an array of finishes and textures such as Gloss, Matte, Satin, Pearl, Metallic, Chrome, Carbon Fiber, Chameleon, and Brushed, resulting in roughly 700 different colours.

KPMF, 3M, Avery, Hexis, and Oracal are leading manufacturers of top-quality vinyl materials. Their products’ exceptional quality sets them apart from their competitors, and after wrapping thousands of vehicles over the past two decades, we have complete confidence in their reliability and trustworthiness.

Colour Change

A color change wrap is a type of vehicle customization where the entire exterior of a vehicle is covered in a vinyl material

Custom Wrap

A custom wrap is a type of vehicle customization where only a portion of the exterior of a vehicle is covered in vinyl material.

Chrome Delete

A vinyl chrome delete wrap is a type of vehicle customization where the shiny chrome trim on a vehicle is covered with a vinyl material.