Car wrapping is a hot trend! A vinyl car wrap is an easy way to give a car a new look, a new colour or perhaps even a matte finish. Do you know that car wraps cost less than a new paint job? Car wrapping is worth considering for company cars which are normally used for a couple of years.

Car wrapping is a hot trend! A vinyl car wrap is an easy way to give a car a new look, a new colour or perhaps even a matte finish. Do you know that car wraps cost less than a new paint job? Car wrapping is worth considering for company cars which are normally used for a couple of years.

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Tips and tricks to wrap a car

A car wrap starts with a large piece of self-adhesive cast vinyl that’s been designed for application onto vehicles.

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Vinyl car wrap is like a second skin, covering the vehicle's exterior.

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Car wraps vary, and can cover a car entirely or partially. Most frequently, they are used to change or renovate the color and finish of a vehicle. There is an endless choice of colour, styles and designs to choose from.
 

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What kind of materials are used to wrap a vehicle?

Antalis offers a wide variety of films for customising cars at a cost effective price. Did you know that car wrapping also provides protection?  Satin clear applications are ideal for those wanting to add a layer of protection to their paintwork or change the factory paint finish.

How long does a vehicle wrap last?


This varies depending on factors such as the quality of the craftmanship and the day-to-day maintenance of the vehicle. Generally speaking, a vehicle wrap will last for four years.   

How long does car wrapping take?
 

It takes at least two days to wrap a car. The car should also be left in the shop the day before work begins, and for day after work is completed to let it settle. Thus, you should plan for four days without your car. 

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Vehicle graphics: an effective way to attract customers

Personalise your vehicle and promote your business using lettering and custom graphics. Using vinyl graphics, you can create a cohesive, professional and distinctive look for your fleet at an attractive cost-per-impression. Your customers will instantly recognise your vehicles.

Choosing the right substrate on which to print your messages is crucial and will ensure they can be seen for the full life of the graphic. The film used is determined by what you want to do with the signage. Simple logos or contact details normally require cut-out vinyl or self-adhesive films, whereas colour imagery across the full length of the vehicle requires a wrapping film. Magnetics is an attractive solution as it allows a logo to be removed on one's day off.

 

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Wrapping isn't just for cars:
You can also give your boat a new lease on life too!

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