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If you want to restyle your bumpers and give them a fresh new look, vinyl fender wraps are some of the best options you can choose. At Rvinyl, we carry only the best fender wrap brands available today, ensuring you receive durable vinyl wraps designed to last many years. We also stock fender wraps in various colors and designs, so you can always trust us to supply you with the perfect wrap for your creative vision.
Read on to learn what fender wraps are and some of the best fender wrap brands on the market today.
A fender wrap is a self-adhesive, pressure-sensitive vinyl sheet designed for installation on your fenders or fender flares. Companies create them to let you quickly and easily change your vehicle's appearance in a short period — think minutes or hours versus days or weeks. Companies make fender wraps from semi-permanent vinyl films, so you can remove the wrap whenever you want without sacrificing its original look or resale value.
We make our fender wrap films for use right out of the box, so you don't need to print or apply an overlaminate. Since companies manufacture them with multiple color layers for dimensional stability and durability, you can depend on them not to discolor or deform even around the most extreme curves.
If you're interested in what our fender wraps have to offer, review some of the primary features of all our fender wrap products below:
At Rvinyl, we're proud to offer fender wraps from top brands, like 3M™, Avery Dennison® and ORACAL®. These manufacturers produce high-quality vinyl fender wraps designed to last for years and look great on your vehicle's bumpers. All wraps from these companies are also a breeze to install, making them accessible to many DIYers. By knowing the main qualities of each of these brands' fender wraps, you'll be well-equipped to select the perfect wrap for your requirements.
Find out more about what each of those three exceptional fender wrap brands has to offer below.
Our 3M™ 2080 Series Fender Wraps are exceptional, offering several exotic colors and finishes for customers to choose from. Many of our customers use these films to wrap their front and rear bumper and fender flares to improve their vehicle's overall look. We offer these fender wraps in over 130 colors, so you can always find the right option for your style. Some of the most sought-after looks include Satin, Carbon Fiber, Matte and Brushed Metal.
No matter what color you choose, these 3.5-mil-thick films all feature Comply™ technology to ensure they easily secure to surfaces and stay in place for a long time. Once you install them on a non-porous, hard surface, you can expect them to remain attached and look great for many years to come. Since 3M™ creates them with a multi-layer cast production method, they're very flexible, easily flowing around corners and into crevices during installation.
Our customers love 3M™ fender wraps due to their ease of installation and the professional appearance they provide. Since these wraps come in a 60-inch-wide film, you'll find that wrapping your fender is simple. These films are very durable, with an end-use temperature range of -61 degrees Fahrenheit to 225 degrees Fahrenheit. Due to their multi-layered cast design, they have a five to eight-year life span. When you choose a 2080 Series gloss film, it will also come with a clear protective overlaminate.
Avery Dennison® is another dependable, well-known maker of high-quality fender wraps. Their SW 900 Bumper Wraps come in multiple finishes, colors and patterns to give you plenty of control over your fenders' appearance. These professional-grade wraps provide buyers with over 115 color options, with the most popular styles including Diamond, Color Flow, Matte, Satin and Gloss. The range of choices allows DIYers to customize their fenders as much as they'd like.
Avery Dennison® designs these wraps for easy installation, making them perfect for DIY enthusiasts. The wraps feature pressure-activated adhesives with air-release channels. They're also flexible enough to fit on convex, compound, concave and flat curves. As you install the SW900 Series Fender Wrap films, you'll love their RS repositionability and EZ air-egress properties. By default, these wraps come in a 60-inch-wide construction to make their application simple, and you can purchase them in several lengths to better suit your needs.
These wraps feature a dual-layer, 3.2-mil-thick vinyl film construction for excellent durability. After installation, you can leave them on your bumper for up to four years and still enjoy a clean removal. However, they can last for up 12 years without breaking down or losing their attractive appearance. They also have an end-use temperature range of -50 degrees Fahrenheit to 180 degrees Fahrenheit.
Some of the best fender wraps you can purchase are ORACAL® 970RA and 975 Structure Cast series films. DIYers across the nation love these films due to their many unique finishes and colors. With over 130 specialized styles and colors, we can almost guarantee you'll find a wrap fitting your creative vision. Some popular choices include Crocodile, Gloss, Honey Comb, Shift Effect and Carbon Fiber.
Like the other fender wraps mentioned previously, ORACAL® wraps are easy to install. Since they feature RapidAir® air-egress adhesives, they conform smoothly over curved and complex surfaces. These wraps also feature a repositionable and solvent-based permanent adhesive you can easily remove with heat. If you remove the wrap within four years after installation, you'll have little to no residue left over.
You can find these fender wraps in either 4-mil or 6-mil thicknesses, with both options providing exceptional durability. You can expect the wraps to last for six years outdoors without losing their attractive appearance. They have an end-use temperature range of -58 degrees Fahrenheit to 248 degrees Fahrenheit. If you want a three-dimensional textured vinyl wrap, you'll love the 975 Structure Premium Cast Wrapping films.
Before you invest in fender wraps, you might have a few questions about them. For example, some buyers wonder how long they can expect their wraps to last, while others might want to know if they can safely use fender wraps over aftermarket paint.
Find the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about fender wraps below.
If you have your fender wrapped by the pros, you can expect your ride to be in the shop and out of commission for one to four days. In contrast, if you do it yourself, you can expect installation to take only a few hours. Make the wrapping process go even faster by inviting over some friends to help you.
Generally, you can expect your fender wrap to last five to seven years. However, you should probably remove and reapply at the four-year mark.
While having a fender wrap installed by a shop can cost as much as $300, we've found that customers usually pay a third of that when purchasing our kits.
It's crucial to note that our fender wraps are only suitable for application to factory-finished paint. They're not ideal for aftermarket-finished paint, as companies won't have cured this paint to the same level as factory paint jobs.
When choosing your fender wrap, carefully measure the area or component you plan to wrap and select the appropriate amount of material needed. Remember to factor in an overhang you'll trim after application.
We ensure our fender wraps are easy to install without any need for specialty tools or adhesives with toxic chemicals. Generally, all you need to install fender wraps are materials to clean and dry the surface, a hairdryer to add heat and a squeegee to apply the film. Of course, you should also always check the manufacturer's instructions for any other directions.
At Rvinyl, we're ready to provide you with the best fender wraps for your needs. We're so confident in our products' quality that we offer all of them with a three-year warranty against fading, cracking and peeling. We also provide free shipping for U.S. buyers with order totals of more than $59. You can even receive product rebates whenever you submit photos of your finished wrapping job.
If you're interested in our vinyl fender wraps, review our offerings above. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.