Frequently Asked Questions

What is a vinyl wrap?

Vinyl wrap is a thin sheet of self-adhesive vinyl that is simply applied to a vehicle. We offer you a choice of 1000s of colours and patterns to adhere to the vehicle, taking care to lay the vinyl around the curves, flares and contours of the vehicle.

How much does it cost?

Depending on the finish that is required, to fully wrap a car will cost from £1050 to £3,500. The cost varies depending on the size of the car, the complexity of areas that require wrapping (i.e spoiler, side skirts and bumpers) and the colour and finish that you choose.

Will the wrap damage my paintwork?

During the application process, the award winning team of application technicians are careful not to damage the paintwork of your car, and we do not cut material directly on the paintwork. The films that we use will not directly damage the vehicles paintwork, however you would need to ensure that your vehicle's paintwork is of a sound and OEM quality.

What if I have stone chips around the paintwork of the car?

We can apply the wrap over areas that are lightly stone chipped, which is usually the front of the car, including the bumper, bonnet and wings. However, this can cause problems upon removal of the wrap, as the damaged paint/lacquer can sometimes lift with the wrap film, and you do need to bear this in mind beforehand.

The car has accident repaired areas, will this cause a problem?

Depending on the quality of the repair work, this can also cause problems. Quite often, accident repairs, and especially the painting process, are not carried out to the original manufacturers exact standards. We cannot offer any form of guarantee against paint or lacquer lift during the removal of a wrap unless we have provided this in writing prior to the wrap being applied.

Do you wrap the inside of the car?

As standard, our colour change wraps are ‘kerbside wraps’. This means that when the car is parked or being driven, the exterior paintwork of the car is fully wrapped in the colour and finish of your choice. Door shuts, and interior areas are not wrapped as standard, but can be choosen as an add-on.

Does it fade?

The colour of the wrap films we use are light fast for more than seven years, so there won’t be any noticeable fading during this period.

How do I wash the car once wrapped?

We recommend that you wash your car by hand. We advise against mechanical car washes, as the abrasive action can have a negative effect on the wrapping film. Always take care when using chemicals or detergents to clean your car.

Can it be removed?

Definitely, and this is a key benefit of vehicle wrapping vs painting. At any time during the future, the wrap film can be removed to reveal the car’s OEM paintwork.

How long does it take to wrap my car?

We will need your car for 2-5 days to complete an external wrap. This will allow us time to clean and prepare the car, removing any exterior parts like lights, door handles and badges. Once wrapped, we then quality check and ensure that the wrap meets our high standards before notifying you it is ready for collection.

Who do I need to inform about my vehicle wrap?

Your insurance company - It is important that you advise your insurance company that you have had your vehicle part/fully wrapped. This way should you be in the unfortunate position of having an accident or need to make a claim on your insurance, they are aware of the costs and materials that will need to be replaced.

You will also need to inform the DVLA - Since June 2014 the DVLA have stated they must be aware of any colour change to your vehicle. It is only a matter of sending off the V5 certificate with the change of colour and they will send you an updated V5 Registration certificate free of charge.