Vehicles – bodies and solid interior trim areas. Yachts/boats, tenders and toys – hulls and superstructures, window surrounds and interior paneling. All these areas can be wrapped to refresh or transform their appearance.
Most high quality wraps will have a life span of 5+ years depending on circumstances, some can last 10+ years. Certain stand out high tech finishes however, may have shorter lifespan of only 2 – 3 years.
Vinyls are readily available in just about any colour or finish you can think of. Gloss, matt, metallic, chrome. brushed, carbon, wood, fake leather and animal skin even velvet.
Yes it can be removed. A trained applicator will remove your vinyl wrap leaving no trace only your original paint work or gel coat finish.
No. A vinyl wrap will protect your original paint or gel coat. Prevent fading and help prevent chips and scratches.
No. Soap and water washing is sufficient. Extremely harsh chemical cleaners should be avoided though.
Yes. It is possible to polish some vinyls and specific vinyl care polishes can be supplied. Not suitable for textured vinyls.
No. It is an alternative finish and needs to be thought of as such. Vinyl wrapping is an amazing way of transforming the appearance of something.
Yes. A well applied vinyl wrap can keep its ‘new look’ for many years if looked after correctly.
No. Top quality vinyls are very stable and more fade resistant than most paints.
Normally a repair is relatively easy to do. As there is little colour fade the damaged area can be removed and replaced with new vinyl.
Yes. There is an antifouling wrap specially designed for underwater areas of boats as an alternative to antifouling paint. Other vinyls are not suitable for underwater areas.