So you want to upgrade the look of your car, but you’re not sure if a vinyl wrap or a paint job would be better. Each has its own pros and cons, but there’s clearly one that stands out as a much more economical and versatile choice. Keep reading to learn more about the pros and cons of vinyl wraps and automotive paint, and see if you can guess which side of the argument we’re on.
- Possibilities are endless: From matte to chrome to carbon fiber to snake skin textured wraps to just about any color you can image, a vinyl wrap can turn your car’s look into whatever you want it to be.
- Easier to Repair: It’s just an unfortunate fact that accidents happen. If for some reason your car is dented and the wrap is damaged you won’t need to have the entire car rewrapped, just the affected area.
- Protects the Original Paint: A vinyl wrap acts as a protective layer over the original paint by keeping dirt, road debris, and anything that might scratch it from actually coming into contact with the paint. If you buy a new car that you plan on selling sometime in the future, a vinyl wrap can help keep the paint pristine until you decide to say farewell to your ride.
- Product Life: A vinyl wrap typically lasts three to five years.
- Longevity: Technically, a car’s paint should last as long as the car. Obviously that means a lot of chips, scratches, and fading.
Brand It Wrap It
Brand It Wrap It, Custom Signs and Vehicle Graphics is a full-service sign and wrap company committed to providing high quality affordable indoor/outdoor custom signage and vehicle graphic solutions to businesses of all sizes in Rockville, Maryland, Virginia, the Washington DC Metro community and nationwide.
Exceptional customer service, the latest technology, attention to detail, quality products, competitive pricing has proven to be our greatest asset.
Our goal is to exceed your expectations and produce effective custom signage that helps you promote your company’s image, attracts new customers, delivers your message, and gives your corporate image a creative edge.