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How long does it take to vinyl wrap a car?

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How long does it take to vinyl wrap a car? The time it takes to vinyl wrap a car can vary depending on the size and complexity of the vehicle, as well as the type of material used paired with the designed intended to be used. On average, a full vinyl wrap for a car can take anywhere from 1-5 days to complete.

Some of the benefits of vinyl wrapping a car include:

Protection: They can protect the original paint of a car from scratches, dings, and other types of damage.

Customization: They offer a wide range of customization options, allowing car owners to change the color and design of their vehicle with ease.

Cost-effective: Wrapping a car can be a cost-effective alternative to repainting, especially for high-end or luxury vehicles.

Easy to maintain: They are easy to clean and maintain, and can be easily repaired or replaced if damaged.

Color change: Vehicle wraps are a great way to change the color of the car without the need of repainting which is more time-consuming and expensive process.

Removable: Wraps can be easily removed without damaging the original paint underneath, making it a great option for people who like to change the look of their cars often.

It’s worth noting that the benefits also depends on the quality of the vinyl used, and the care and maintenance the wrap receives. At Pristine we only offer the best brands on the market like 3M, Avery Dennison, Innozetek, and Hexis. Our wraps that are properly maintained can last up to 7 years or more.

Laslty, if you are considering having us wrap your vehicle we recommend contacting us to setup in an-person consultation to review the color and finish that you are looking for.

To Schedule your consultation please use the following link: Schedule Consultation

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