Reasons Why You Should Consider Car Wrap
If you’re a car enthusiast, you would surely like to drive the most unique vehicle ever. In the past, that usually meant painting your car, which was quite an expensive job. Not only was it time and money consuming task, but it was also quite difficult to find someone capable of doing it right. Nowadays, there are car wraps and you can get the same service at a fraction of the cost, plus there are many designers and installers who are good at this job. I’ve talked to experts in professional car wraps in Chicago about this technique and here’s what I’ve found out!
Talented designers from every corner of the world are now enabled to produce digital artwork which can be printed on 3M vinyl capable to withstand the harsh road and weather condition for years.
But, why is this technology better than a paint job. The first reason is, undoubtedly, the cost. For a high-quality painting, you should pay a few thousand dollars, but if you want something more unique and requiring, airbrushed by a specialist, you should be ready to pay $8,000 and more. On the other hand, a high-quality car wrap usually costs a few thousands dollars, but it includes completely yours only, custom graphics.
Have you ever had your vehicle painted? If your answer is yes, you know how time-consuming it is; it can take even more than 2 weeks, because of disassembling, sanding, preparation work, painting, applying clear coat, second sanding and, finally, reassembling. If it includes two or more colors, a paint job takes even longer. I’m quite sure nobody can afford being without their beloved vehicle that long! When it comes to car wraps, they are designed on a computer (so while getting the final idea, you can keep your car by your side), while the installation usually takes one day. Simply put, you can be back behind the wheel in virtually no time.
The 3M vinyl is far more durable than paint and it cannot be scratched that easily. In addition, it resists oxidation and fading. If, however, you do damage it, car wrap can be easily repaired. Finally, it’s very convenient to maintain and you don’t need to wax it. Old-school “soap and water” washing will restore that “brand new” look of your wrapped car anytime you want!
Still indecisive? Take a look at these incredible car wraps at instagram.com/graphiosmedia and I’m sure you’ll be convinced it’s a great thing to try!