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What are vehicle graphics?

Sometimes referred to as a partial wrap, Vehicle Graphics can consist of a printed logo or vinyl letters . This can be applied to just about any surface of the car or truck. Partial wraps are applied to your vehicle in sections or pieces which blend with the natural color of your vehicle to create a fully-wrapped look.

How much does a vehicle wrap cost?

Vehicle wraps come in all shapes and sizes and are priced accordingly. We estimate each project by calculating square footage, the complexity of the installation, and our design service if required. An average full wrap on a vehicle can range anywhere from $1,800 to $3,400 depending on the amount of square footage and the level of service required.

If you are looking for something a little more simple, you can get a decal printed and applied usually for under $500 depending on the size.

How to wash vinyl wrapped vehicles?

Any mild soap that is entirely free of silicon emulsion will work swimmingly. Vehicle owners should use soft sponges or non-abrasive clothes to hand wash wrapped vehicles. It’s not recommended to clean vinyl wrapped cars by driving through automated Car Washes. The best practice is hand wash and be sure to rinse away all soapy water. Dry-off all surfaces using a synthetic shammy or low microfiber fabric to ensure the longevity of your wrap.

How long will a vehicle wrap last?

You can expect ar car or truck wrap will look fantastic for approximately five to seven years, depending on the original automotive finish, the vehicle’s use, cleaning and proper maintenance. Car wrapping is a good investment that can help vehicles age more gracefully.

Can I design my own vehicle wrap?

While it’s possible to procure templates for most automotive models, they frequent require adjustment for imperfections or modifications that you may want done. You can decide how much design help you want, and you can rest easy knowing the MGS Team is here to help.

Can you wrap a car to hide rust or other damage?

While it’s certainly possible to wrap damaged surfaces, it’s not recommended. Vinyl wrap material is thin, highly malleable stuff that will not flatten blisters or smooth over scratches or dents. Any significant defects will still be perceptible under the wrap. They might be less noticeable, but still somewhat visible.

Will removing the vehicle wrap damage the paint?

No. Vinyl wraps are often done to preserve the original paint job. When applied, maintained and removed properly, automotive wrap should not damage an original equipment manufacturer paint finish upon removal.

We hope this article was informative. Until next time....Stay creative.



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