Top Three Reasons to Buy More Than You Need
When it comes to vinyl wrapping films, there's no shortage of good reasons you
should always buy more than you think you need to get the job done. Whether it
has to do with bug hits, UV damage or caustic chemical spills, you'd be well to
think ahead and pay a little more know to save a lot more later. In today's post
we'll take a look at the top three reasons why you should be willing to spend a
bit more now and go for the whole 25 yard roll rather than trying to buy the
absolute minimum to get the job done and regretting it later.
- Colors Vary from Roll to Roll: Regardless of brand, colors vary from one roll to the next.
It doesn't matter if you only plan on buying 3M 1080 Series, Avery™ SW900 or ORAFOL 970RA films,
if you use more than one roll of the "same" color on a wrap job you could
end up with different shades. That's why you should always buy a complete 25 yard roll of wrap film.
- Always Plan for Mistakes: Mistakes can be costly but are unavoidable. They're even worse when you don't plan ahead and buy enough film. Don't get stuck with a half wrapped ride only to have to buy another roll and start from scratch.
We recently had a customer contact us about this happening with SW900 Gloss
Intense Blue. It's an unfortunate situation but only adequate planning could
have prevented it.
- Save Some for Repairs: If you need to repair your wrap you'll want to use the same roll as the original. That's why you should always buy extra and keep enough of it on hand for patches and repairs.
Good Advice? You Decide
Of course, you'll have to decide if this s good advice or we're just trying
to line our pockets. Still, when it comes down to it, a happy customer is a
return customer and there's no better way to torpedo your business than by
making customers unhappy. That's why we want to give you all the information
upfront so you can make the best decisions. Whatever you decide and wherever you
choose to buy your wraps we hope you'll keep the above in mind.
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