The recent years have experienced considerable progress when it comes to vehicle wrapping. The projects that car wrap studios have undertaken and executed also come with their own set of challenges. With this, it was found out that certain parts of a vehicle are impossible to wrap.
So in this piece, we delve deep into this and ponder over what individual car parts can be wrapped? Also, with this, we can see the options that we have when it comes to vehicle wraps in Rushden!
Wrap it all!
A full car body wrap is perhaps the most obvious option there is. When we hear about vinyl wrapping, a full car wrap is what comes to mind and is always a big project to complete. It can take up to 3 days to complete the application with multiple wraps being used for the purpose.
When you go for a full body wrap, you will also have to pay for the materials that are to be used besides the cost of installation. Although it is worth the investment when you consider the many benefits of getting your car wrapped.
Wrap the bonnet
Quick to carry out and comparatively reasonable, getting the bonnet of your car wrapped is a great choice! For people wanting to give their ride a good makeover without it costing them an arm and leg not to mention a considerable amount of time, this is a great option.
Wraps for the bonnet of cars are available in great contrasts which is generally carbon fibre or black and it works well with multi-body colour of your ride. The added benefit that you get out of bonnet wraps is that it is the part which is most exposed to damage. Getting it wrapped will insulate the paintwork from debris and other elements.
Wrap the interior trim
This wrap option is garnering a lot of attention as several car enthusiasts reap the advantages of personalising their car interiors with vinyl. This means that you do not have to give up on purchasing a car just because it has a wooden trim finish or is covered in blinding bubblegum pink.
All you have to do is cover it all up! Vinyl wrapping is designed in a manner so that it can be lifted. Plus, it will prevent minor scratches from happening in the interiors making the space nicer to be in and at the same time it also retains the vehicle’s value for a long period of time.
It is very rare to see a boot wrap being installed as a standalone project as it is usually teamed with bonnet and roof wraps as a part of a custom wrap package. When it is coupled with the right type of wraps, boot wraps can look brilliant, especially on cars like the BMW 1 hatchback series as that is its natural ally!
Wrapping the door
As is the case with boot wraps, it is highly unlikely that you will consider applying a different wrap to the doors of your ride as compared to the rest of the body. Wrapping the doors of your car allows you to restore parts of a full wrap that has incurred damages that are very noticeable.
Wrapping the doors of a car can be extremely tricky what with the handles being in your way. This is why it will require exceptional car wrapping skills to get it right especially when it’s a part of the car that showcases poor wrapping quite often!
Wrapping the door handle
This usually is a part of door wrapping, although when it comes down to it, door handles are quite difficult to wrap. But it is necessary to perform the installation to go along with the rest of the bodywork.
Door handles are not made from questionable cheap plastic material and the very fact that they are colour coordinated to the paintwork of the car makes them necessary to be wrapped as a part of the big project.
That being said, door handles can be wrapped in different colours and finishes to inject more style and personality. So it is something that you should definitely look into when weighing your wrapping options.
These are some individual elements of a car that you should consider wrapping if you haven’t already.