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Partial Vehicle Wraps Made for DIYers like You

If you've been thinking of wrapping your ride but have been daunted by the cost and complexity of doing a complete vehicle wrap yourself, you're not alone but you're also not out of luck. Our full line of partial vehicle wraps are made with the do-it-yourself market in mind. Another words, we know that you're not a pro and that you don't have the time, tools or money to wrap your entire car, truck or SUV but you'd still like to upgrade some of its more visible parts.

All of our Partial Vehicle Wraps are made from the highest quality car wrap films available in hundreds of different finishes and colors. They come to you ready to install with no additional glues or fluids required. We know you'll love how easy and fun it is to use these films to create an amazing custom look for your ride while you save time and money by doing it yourself.

What is a partial wrap?

In case we weren't clear enough above we'll break it down for you again here: a partial vehicle wrap is what you get when you decide to wrap one body part of your car or truck. So, if you decided that you just wanted to wrap your hood, roof and trunk in gloss black vinyl that would be a partial wrap. We call them partial in contrast to so-called full color change wraps which are most often installed by professionally trained and certified shops who (rightly) charge thousands of dollars for their skills.

Can you wrap half a car?

You can wrap as much or as little of your car as you want. Many of our customers just wrap their fenders or rocker panels but you could wrap the help of your car if you wanted just as easily.

How much does a partial wrap cost?

This is kind of a trick question but since you asked we'll give it our best shot. Partial car wrap cost varies widely, depending on the size of car and design needs. When you have a shop do it, you can expect to pay from around $500 for lettering and simple decorative stripes or other graphics to $4,000 or more if you want a complete vehicle wrap. Most partial wraps will set you back between $1200 to $2000. If you buy our Partial Vehicle Wraps you can expect to pay hundreds or thousands less. In fact even if you were to buy a ten yard roll you would only be in the neighborhood of $500 total.

What Kinds of Partial Vehicle Wraps Can You Get?

Whether you've been thinking of a complete color change or just want to wrap your hood, trunk, fenders or mirrors, we've got the right vinyl wrap in the right size for you. Both our Rwraps™ and 3M™ vehicle wraps are meant to be applied over you factory paint finish and are removable so you can take them off without damaging the underlying surface. We've listed the approximate sizes you may need for commonly wrapped areas below:

  • Hoods
  • Hood Vents
  • Roof
  • Fenders
  • Trunks
  • Front and Rear Bumpers
  • Mirrors
  • Tailgate Doors
  • Rocker Panels
  • Grilles
  • Wheels and Rims
  • Spoilers and Wings
  • Side Skirts and Air Dams

 
It's important to note that our Partial Vehicle Wraps are only suitable for application to factory-finished paint. They are not intended for aftermarket-finished paint as this will not have been cured to the same level as factory paint jobs. Also, when choosing your Partial Vehicle Wrap, carefully measure the area or component to be wrapped and select the appropriate amount of material needed, remembering to factor in an overhang that will be trimmed after application.

Our Partial Vehicle Wraps Specs

Our Partial Vehicle Wrap films are made for use it right out of the box — there's no need to print or apply an overlaminate. Since they're manufactured with multiples color layers for dimensional stability and durability, you can depend on them not to discolor or deform even around the craziest of curves. Enjoy the convenience and quality of our pro-grade, DIY ready films and get to wrapping.

  • Multi-cast vinyl film in a wide variety of colors
  • Available in over 200 colors and finishes
  • Pressure-sensitive adhesives
  • Invisible, air-drain channels for bubble-free results
  • Sold by the foot in rolls of up to 25 yards in length
  • Semi-permanent and removable


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Reviews | 13 Reviews

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4.19
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1st time wrapper
by Chris H, Florida 5.00

1/6/2022
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My first wrap was the hood in my Tacoma. I used Avery Satin Black. I chose Avery because from reviews I watched, it seemed to be the most forgiving product for beginners. I couldn't be happier!
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wheel wrap
by tahoe guy, southern ca. 4.50

5/9/2022
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I have 18 year old Foose rims I wanted to update then without spending a ton, I first did the peelable paint whichs looks good but I wanted to show some of the chrome (not doable with the paint method) so I ordered the minimual amount of the 3m 2080 gloss black, it actually looks amazing black with chrome accents. It took me about 5 hours to do one rim and I didnt do the greatest job I'm satisifed I know I'll do better job on the next rim. I am very satisfied and will be ordering enough to finsh the other three rims tonight. The service from R Vinyl was fantasic my order arrived in 2 days !!!!
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Satin Wrap
by Marcello E Cavallo Jr, Vineland New Jersey 5.00

5/12/2022
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I’m new to the wrap game but through trial and error and research I had fun doing it, the thing is it’s not permanent and you can always take it off, just be patient and do your homework, I give the professional wrappers a lot of credit,

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4.19 | 13 Reviews