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.


Vinyl wrap accents refer to a type of vehicle customization where specific areas of a vehicle’s exterior are covered in vinyl material.


Vinyl racing stripes are a type of car customization that involves applying a vinyl material in the form of stripes.

Easy Customization

Vinyl wrap is a popular choice for customization because it is a flexible and customizable material that can be easily applied to almost any surface. Here are some reasons why vinyl wrap makes customization easy:

  1. Wide variety of colors and textures: Vinyl wrap comes in a range of colors and textures, including matte, glossy, metallic, and even carbon fiber. This wide variety of options allows for endless customization possibilities.
  2. Easy to apply: Vinyl wrap is relatively easy to apply with the proper tools and techniques. This makes it an accessible option for professionals.
  3. Non-permanent: Unlike traditional paint jobs, vinyl wrap can be removed without damaging the underlying surface. This makes it a great option for people who want to customize their vehicle or object for a temporary period of time.

Vinyl wrap is generally more affordable than a custom paint job or other forms of customization for several reasons:

  1. Lower material costs: Vinyl wrap material is typically less expensive than custom paint materials, which can include paint, clear coats, and other supplies.
  2. Faster installation time: Vinyl wrap can be installed much more quickly than a custom paint job, which requires more time for prep work, painting, and drying.
  3. Reduced labor costs: The installation process for vinyl wrap is generally less labor-intensive than a custom paint job, which can result in lower labor cost
Quick Turn Around

The turnaround time for a vinyl wrap installation can vary depending on several factors such as the size of the vehicle or object, the complexity of the design, and the availability of materials. However, compared to other forms of customization, vinyl wrap installation typically has a shorter turnaround time. Here are some reasons why:

  1. Fast application process: Vinyl wrap can be applied relatively quickly compared to custom paint jobs, which require time for prep work, painting, and drying.
  2. Reduced downtime: Since vinyl wrap can be installed faster than a custom paint job, the downtime for the vehicle or object being customized is reduced.
  3. Availability of materials: Vinyl wrap materials are widely available and can be quickly obtained, reducing the waiting time for materials to arrive.

Vinyl wrap is a durable material that can provide long-lasting protection for a vehicle or object’s underlying surface. Here are some reasons why vinyl wrap is considered a durable option for customization:

  1. Protection from the elements: Vinyl wrap can provide protection against UV rays, moisture, and other environmental factors that can cause damage to a vehicle or object’s surface.
  2. Resistant to scratches and chips: Vinyl wrap is resistant to scratches and chips, which means it can provide an added layer of protection for a vehicle’s paint job or an object’s surface.
  3. Long-lasting color: Vinyl wrap is designed to maintain its color over time, unlike paint that can fade or chip.
  4. Easy to maintain: Vinyl wrap is relatively easy to maintain and clean. It can be washed with soap and water.
    Vinyl Wraps will last 3-10 years in our fluctuating Canadian weather and can withstand temperatures between -60°c and 100°c
Maintains Your Cars Value

Vinyl wrap can help maintain the value of a car by providing protection for its paint job and underlying surface. Here are some reasons why:

  1. Protects against damage: Vinyl wrap can provide an added layer of protection for a car’s paint job, protecting it from scratches, chips, and other forms of damage. This can help keep the car looking newer and in better condition over time.
  2. Easy to remove: Vinyl wrap can be removed without damaging the underlying paint job or surface. This means that if a car owner wants to sell their car, they can remove the vinyl wrap to reveal the original paint job, which can help maintain the car’s value.
  3. Customization options: Vinyl wrap can provide a cost-effective way to customize a car without the need for a custom paint job, which can be expensive and time-consuming. This means that car owners can add personal touches to their cars without decreasing their resale value.
  4. Maintains originality: Since vinyl wrap can be removed without damaging the original paint job, it helps maintain the car’s originality, which is an important factor for car collectors and enthusiasts.
Easy Maintenance

Vinyl wrap is relatively easy to clean compared to other forms of vehicle customization. Here are some reasons why:

  1. Non-porous surface: Vinyl wrap has a non-porous surface that does not absorb dirt or contaminants. This makes it easier to clean compared to porous surfaces like paint.
  2. Soap and water: Vinyl wrap can be cleaned using a mild soap and water solution. Simply mix a few drops of soap in a bucket of water, and use a soft cloth or sponge to gently clean the surface of the vinyl wrap.
  3. Avoid abrasive materials: Harsh chemicals or abrasive materials like brushes or scouring pads can damage the vinyl and affect its appearance. It is best to avoid using these materials and stick to gentle soap and water.
  4. Dry properly: After washing the vinyl wrap, it is important to dry it properly using a soft, lint-free cloth or microfiber towel. This will help prevent water spots and ensure a clean, streak-free finish.
  5. Regular cleaning: Regular cleaning is important to keep the vinyl wrap looking its best. It is recommended to clean the vinyl wrap every 2-4 weeks, depending on how often the vehicle is driven and the weather conditions.
  6. Note that matte films will be harder to maintain.
    Ceramic coating will further facilitate the maintenance of vinyl film, we highly recommend it.

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