Wraps are adhesive backed vinyl that has either been printed or is single colored; and wrapped onto something like a vehicle, desk, table, cabinet, door, etc. Printed wraps can be laminated with gloss, satin, or matte. Lamination not only changes the sheen, but it extends the life of the wrap by protecting against rubbing, scratching, scuffing, fading.
You can wrap a huge variety of things, such as: vehicles, computer towers, desks, cabinets, doors, trash cans, etc. Wraps are often used for promotions/sales, branding, and/or adding decoration or uniqueness to your stuff. Though wraps can be used to protect the original surface of the object (ie: paint on a vehicle).
The most popular wrap type is vehicle wraps. We can wrap cars, trucks, SUVs, box trucks, fleet vehicles, golf carts, etc.
Everything we print is 100% custom, from the image/text to the size/shape. This means that you can get wraps that are exactly what you want no matter what the use is.
Wraps are typically broken down into the following categories:
Print Wraps & Colorchange Wraps: this describes what you want your wrap to look like.
Print wraps are done with full color printed vinyl; it is usually a design, logo, or color scheme that involves multiple colors. This is a popular option for businesses because it allows them to match their logos/styles that they have in other places. This option gives you a ton of options for looks because it can be anything ranging from photographs to vector designs. This also gives you the ability to use not only any color, but you can use as many colors as you want!
Colorchange wraps are done with a vinyl that is one color and is meant to change the color of a vehicle/object completely, making it virtually a paint job that is more affordable and removable. These single color vinyls come in standard colors like black, white, green, etc. but are also available in specialty colors like chrome, brushed metal, pearlescent, and color shift. Colorchange wraps are usually done for non-commercial purposes and are either done to change to look of the vehicle/object or to make it one of a kind and stand out. Colorchage wraps can be used for commercial purposes, though when it is, it is usually done to change colors of the vehicle/object before adding more graphics on top such as logos, info, etc.
Wraps are also broken down by coverage, and considered either full wraps and partial wraps.
Full Wraps are when the entire vehicle/object is covered in vinyl making the original color not visible.
Partial wraps are when only part of the vehicle/object or just a specific area (like the hood of a car) is covered.