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Q. What's involved in a vehicle wrap?

A. There are three parts to the vehicle wrap process. Before a wrap can be printed
the design and layout must be decided upon. Once the design is approved it moves
to the print/production step. The final step is the installation of the graphics on your
vehicle/s. In some cases there is another step which would be removal of the
graphics once your campaign is over.

Q. Do I need to provide my own design or can you do that for me?

A. Either option is available. We can provide design services for you for a design fee
typically running $50 with client supplied elements (logos/text/photos/etc.). In this
case, you provide is the elements needed and work directly with our designers to
create the desired layout. If you have your own design capabilities we can provide
you with vehicle templates and specifications for the artwork, free of charge, so that
you can provide us with your completed design ready to print. It is important to
remember the purpose of a vehicle wrap is advertising. Your vehicle becomes a
moving billboard in which your audience has approx. 3 seconds to receive your
message. Dynamic graphics with minimal text is ideal.

Q. How are the graphics printed and produced?

A. Once the design is approved we print the graphics on our digital printer (see
our equipment page). Our machines are housed in a completely clean, climate
controlled environment which insures the highest quality and consistency. If
requested we will send you a printed proof prior to printing the entire job.

Q. What about installation, how does that work?

A. Installation can be handled a couple ways. If you have an indoor location available
that can fit your vehicle we can send installers directly to you to complete the
installation on site. If you don't have an indoor area we recommend that you bring the
vehicle to the installers' location to apply the graphics. A controlled environment is
extremely important to quality of the finished product. Wind, rain, extreme
temperatures, dirt, etc. all contribute to the breakdown of the install process.

Q. Will my vehicles paint get damaged when the graphics are removed?

A. If you have factory paint in good condition at the time of application, there will be
no damage to the paint. If your vehicle has paint that is oxidized, cracked, peeling or
has been repainted due to age or accident, the paint may damaged upon removal

Q. Can I wrap a leased vehicle?

A. Sure, majority of the vehicles we wrap are leased or rented for specific
campaigns whether they be short or long term. The wrap can easily be removed
without any damage at the end of the lease or rental term.

Q. How long should I expect the wrap to last?

A. You can expect to get 6-8 years and longer out of the wrap provided proper care is
given to the graphics. The graphics are very durable but they aren't bulletproof. If
they stayed on perfectly for years and years you'd never get them off. Wraps will
have lifting in tight areas and where there aren't large surface areas for the material
to adhere to. This is completely normal wear and it will happen with any material

Q. What is the proper care for my wrap?

A. Hand washing with soft non-abrasive sponge is the best method. Avoid high
pressure washes because that spray can actually tear the vinyl or cause seams to

Q. What’s the difference between a ½, ¾ and full wrap?

A. 1/2 Wrap includes the entire rear of the vehicle and 1/2 way up the vehicle, and
includes a hood logo. A 3/4 Wrap includes the entire rear of the vehicle and 3/4 way
up the vehicle, and includes a hood logo. Typically, a Full Wrap includes the entire
surface of the vehicle with or without the roof, depending on the vehicle and the
client's wishes.

Q. Once the design is approved how long does the whole process take?

A. From the time that the design is completed and approved by our client, a wrap can
be printed and installed within 5 business days, sometimes less depending on

Q. Can you wrap anything other than a vehicle, RV or Bus?

A. Absolutely, we have wrapped buildings, windows, storefronts and large
machinery. If the surface to wrap has enough adhesion for the vinyl, a wrap is