At SigmaGrafix, we use only the best vinyl wrap materials from trusted industry leaders 3M and Avery. These materials are known for their durability and high quality, ensuring your wraps look great and last for years.
In general, a well-maintained vehicle wraps can last anywhere from three to seven years. It’s important to note that proper care and maintenance, such as regular cleaning and avoiding harsh chemicals, can significantly extend the lifespan of a vehicle wrap.
A car wrap is a vinyl graphic film that is applied directly to a vehicle’s body panels. This film can be printed with custom designs, logos, or branding and is an effective way to transform the appearance of a vehicle or advertise a business. Car wraps can be easily removed without damaging the vehicle’s paint, making them a popular option for temporary promotions or personalization.
The cost of a vehicle wrap can vary depending on the size and type of vehicle, the complexity of the design, the type of material used, and the installation process. Generally, a full wrap for a standard size car can be more expensive than a partial wrap or spot graphics. The cost of larger vehicles like vans or buses is typically higher. To get a more accurate estimate based on your specific needs, please contact us!
Yes, vehicle wraps are removable. They are designed to be easily installed and removed without causing any damage to the vehicle’s paint. However, it’s important to note that the condition of the paint prior to installation can affect how easily the wrap can be removed. If the paint is already damaged or has peeling clear coat, the removal process may be more difficult
Yes, you can wash your wrapped car. In fact, it’s important to keep your wrapped vehicle clean to maintain its appearance and ensure the longevity of the wrap. However, it’s important to follow proper washing procedures to avoid damaging the wrap. It’s recommended to use a mild soap and water solution, avoid using high-pressure sprayers or automatic car washes with brushes, and to avoid washing the vehicle for at least 24-48 hours after installation to allow the wrap to fully adhere to the vehicle’s surface.
A properly installed vehicle wrap will not hurt your paint. In fact, the vinyl material used in a vehicle wrap can actually protect the underlying paint from minor scratches and UV rays. However, if the paint on your vehicle is already damaged, such as peeling clear coat or rust, the removal of the wrap may cause some of the damaged paint to come off with it. That’s why it’s important to have a professional wrap shop install and remove the wrap to ensure the process is done correctly and safely. If you have any concerns about the condition of your paint, it’s best to address those before installing a wrap.
A car wrap offers more customization options than paint, including unique colors, designs, and finishes. Wraps can also be easily changed or removed, offer protection to the underlying paint, and can be more cost-effective than a custom paint job.
The duration of a vehicle wrap design process can vary depending on several factors, such as the complexity of the design, the level of detail involved, the number of revisions needed, and the availability of the client and the designer.
Typically, the design process for a vehicle wrap can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. It involves several stages, including initial consultation, design concept creation, design revision, and finalization.
SigmaGrafix retains ownership of all original artwork files, including any preliminary concepts or final visual presentations created by the SigmaGrafix or contained within them.
To ensure that all parties’ rights are respected, we kindly ask that the Client obtain written permission from SigmaGrafix before using any of the materials created by us. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
At SigmaGrafix, we are capable of fulfilling any color requests made by our clients. If you do require a printed proof prior to printing the actual wrap, please let us know, and we can provide one for an additional fee.