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What do car wrap services include?

Car wrap services include entirely or partially covering a car with a sticky vinyl film. A vinyl car wrap can drastically change a car’s look or add protection to a car’s paintwork.

Other words for car wrap include colour change wrap, paint wrap, and paint protection film.

Car wrapping can modify a vehicle in the following ways: car wrap colour, design (such as decals and full-colour digital prints), gloss or matte finish, or a simple protective layer.

Looking to revive your vehicle’s dull paintwork or make your car look as good as new? Hire a car wrap service through Airtasker now.

The Basic Steps Of Car Wrapping

A standard car wrap service starts with removing vehicle accessories and preparing the car’s current paint. Removing any wax, polish, dirt, or grease ensures the car wrap will adhere to the panels.

The next step is measuring the required wrap per section. A highly skilled specialist will be able to properly map out each section and minimize seams.

Next, the specialist applies the vinyl car wrap on the vehicle. Proper technique will reduce the risk of bubbles.

Then, the car wrap undergoes final cutting, which is a crucial step of car wrapping. Cuts need to be straight and precise for flawless results.

For the final step, the edges are tucked around each panel, and the vinyl is heated to make it latch onto the surface.

Car wrapping can be a tricky process, but the results will be worth it. Don’t want to waste time and money trying to do it yourself? Hire a car wrap specialist who can get the job done for you. Airtasker helps you find skilled and reliable car wrap experts in your area.

Recent Car Wrapping tasks in North West Perth

Car wrapping

$900

Landsdale WA, Australia

17th Sep 2019

After some quotes for my 4wd , I only need the 4 doors and 2 small front side panels to get wrapped in material no need for the roof and bonet to get done.after the colour wrap in the picture below.