Not all wrap vinyls are created equal

We only use the best materials on the market because we know better.


When it comes to wrapping your vehicle the 3 most critical elements to consider are the condition of the vehicle, the installer and the materials used to complete the product. Choosing the right material is an extremely important part of the wrapping process. When we said the best materials, It does not mean the most expensive but the BEST Materials for that particular job.



When you are investing in your vehicle whether it is a personal or business vehicle, you want the best bang for your buck. Making sure to choose a professional installer is very important. Many people claim to be able to wrap cars but are not trained in the little things that make a big difference. Time and time again we have had customers bring their vehicles to us that was wrapped by someone else to correct their work. Make sure that you do not make this mistake and get it done right the first time. Do your research. Make sure they are certified or have valuable reviews about their work. However, even a professionally trained installer can not over come cheap materials. No matter how good an installer is, cheap materials make the job harder, not last as long and fade or crack. We have had customers bring us cheap materials like vinyl graphics bought online from china. They buy it cheap thinking they will save money, but it takes us so long to install they end up losing money on the labor cost.

The condition of the vehicle also matters significantly when choosing the correct vinyl. Certain low tack vinyls can be used on a brand new vehicle with fresh paint or high stick vinyls for vehicles with old paint that is peeling. Is it fiber glass, aluminum, plastic... different materials are used for different applications but still time after time we see other installers choosing the cheap option to widen their margin. We choose the right materials because we believe in delivering the highest quality wrap that lasts every time.


Brands like 3M and Avery are among the best vinyls in the industry. For the most part we use 3M 1080 and 2080 for color change wraps. In Avery vinyl we tend to use 1105. This is what we primary use for most of our jobs. We take pride in our work and pride in our customers satisfaction. We understand doing the job the right way goes a long way. We know we will get more repeat customers and this is better way to go about business rather than trying to get a huge margin on every job. Our customers vehicles are our priority, being the experts we are, this comes first.