If you’re considering a color change for your vehicle and haven’t had the opportunity to experience the vast benefits of vinyl wrap first hand, you may be wondering why wrapping your car is considered a better option. While vinyl wrap has been around for a number of years, color change vehicle wraps have only become popular in recent years. There is still a lot of confusion by consumers about vinyl wrap and many people we talk to have never heard of vinyl wrap let alone considered it as a viable option for their vehicle.
To help clear up some of the confusion, here are a few reasons why you should consider choosing vinyl wrap over a traditional paint job.
Vehicle wraps are an investment, but they also significantly cheaper than custom paint or other methods of vehicle customization at a reputable shop.
Wrapping your car, truck, or SUV will protect the expensive OEM paint underneath the vinyl material. From harsh UV rays and paint damaging elements to rock chips and sand, a vinyl wrap will provide a durable layer of protection for your vehicles paint.
Vehicle wraps are completely removable! Unlike a custom paint job which requires sanding your factory paint and applying new paint over the top, If you decide you no longer like the color you chose, or want to try a crazy color like Chrome or Carbon Fiber without damaging the resale value of your car, you can simply remove the vinyl film.
Vehicle wraps come in a huge selection of colors, textures, patterns and finishes. When a wrap is applied by professional installers, only a trained eye will be able to tell that the vehicle is wrapped in vinyl.
Vehicle wraps provide options where traditional paint is not an option. For example, most vehicle leases will not allow you to change the vehicle's paint color. Because a car wrap is removable, they provide an excellent way to customize the vehicle without violating the lease agreement or warranty.
Because vehicle wraps protect the paint underneath from rock chips and scratches, the resale value of the vehicle stays intact. While a worn Factory finish can dramatically decrease the value when you decide to sell or trade-in your vehicle, you can simply remove the car wrap and your vehicle looks like the day you bought it.