Car Wrapping FAQs

How long does it take to wrap my car? 

This is dependent on the size of your vehicle and what parts you are wanting wrapped. For example, if you would just like a roof wrap, it takes around 2 hours. If you would like a full wrap in can take between 2-5 working days. This time allows us to clean and prepare your vehicle ready to wrap in one of our clean booths. In order to wrap your vehicle, we would need to remove lights, door handles and badges etc. We will make sure you are aware of the expected time span of your project. 

Can wrap be removed? 

Yes, the wrap can be removed at any point in the future. It simply just peels off, returning the vehicle back to its original colour. However, if your vehicle has had a paint re-spray or had a paint repair or has poor quality paint prior to wrap such as lacquer peel or rust, then we cannot guarantee the above. If the vehicle has stone chips prior to the wrap, there is a chance this could also cause damage if the wrap is removed. We do not advise you to remove your wrap yourself, a certified installer should remove the wrap. 

What is the best vinyl to use for vehicle wraps? 

We use products such as 3M, Avery and Hexis which are the leading brands of high-performance wrapping vinyl all over the world. We can use different products depending on customer preference. 

Do you wrap the inside of the car? 

Door shuts, boot liners and interior areas are not included in the full wrap as a standard but can be for an additional cost. 

How much does car wrapping cost? 

A full wrap on a three door hatchback will start from £800 + VAT. The cost will increase with size, the complexity of the design and the material choice. We never compromise on any aspect of the wrapping process and we take the utmost care when working on your vehicle.

Will the vinyl wrap cover rust, chips and scuffs? 

Vinyl wrap will not hide the imperfections of your paintwork. The vinyl itself is very thin and so defects such as chips, key lines, rust and poor paintwork will show through.

Do I need to inform the DVLA if I have a colour change? 

Yes, it is a legal requirement to inform the DVLA of a colour change. The process involves updating your registration certificate 


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