When you want to restyle or change the look of your car, truck or SUV there's
almost no better way to do it than with vinyl wraps. Vinyl wrapping films give you an
economical and semi-permanent way to change the color and finish of just about
anything with a hard and non-porous surface. Find out what the pros of vinyl
wraps are in comparison to paints, sprays and Plasti-Dips and what some of the
cons might be and then choose the best from brands like Rwraps™, 3M™, Avery Dennison® and ORAFOL®.
Whether you choose chameleon, carbon fiber, or any one of our dozens of
colors and finishes, we know that most people don't know how to wrap
anything. That's why we're constantly updating, revising and adding
installation guides. Browse below to find out what you need to do in terms
of surface preparation and cleaning, pre and post-stretching of the film and
general wrapping techniques too. In addition to universally applicable
instructions, we've also broken the guides out into application specific
guides. No you can find out how to wrap just your rims, panels, pillars and
so much more.
After install instructions, the next most popular type of question we get is
about how much and what to buy in terms of vinyl wrap film. People want to know
not only how much vinyl they need to wrap their car, truck, SUV, bike or if they
can use vinyl instead of paint. We're constantly collecting your questions and
creating new FAQs all the time so, if you've got a question you don't see
answered below, comment or shoot us an email.
Buying and installing are only two-thirds of the process: you also need to
know how to clean and care for your wrap. Why spend you hard earned cash only to
throw it away by damaging your vinyl with incorrect cleaning products or waxes?
We get it: you're feeling overwhelmed by the sheer number of wraps we offer.
If you're feeling like you need a little more info to make a purchase decision,
or if you're just a vinyl aficionado, check out the section below. Learn all
about the difference between cast and calendered film, which films are better
for which applications and what the series numbers mean.
The Rvinyl team had a brush with greatness the other day
when Good Morning America stopped by to pick up a roll of
our Gloss Atomic Teal to wrap Kelsea Ballerini's guitar for
her performance of "Unapologetically."