Car / Vehicle wrap is a large vinyl graphic or decal. It is applied directly over the original paint of the vehicle. The application of the wrap allows you to change the vehicles appearance in a very short period of time and in turn allows you to remove the wrap, returning the vehicle back to its original condition if necessary.

NO, not at all…. it will PROTECT your car against stone-chips and UV. Only when you use the correct carwrap vinyl of course, we can advice you which ones will give the best protection.

Our vehicle wraps will not damage factory paint jobs. CARWRAP materials are formulated with removable adhesive that does not harm your car’s paint. In fact, many people find that by wrapping their vehicle, it can possibly assist in keeping a higher resale value on the vehicle due to the protective benefits of the wrap.

It depends… which car, what color, the difficulty…
do not hesitate to ask a quote. The best way to get your exact price is to fill in this form.
We know for sure…You will find a cheaper one, BUT NOT A BETTER ONE

Pressure Washing is allowed although hand washing is the preferred cleaning method, pressure washing may be used under these conditions. • Ensure the water pressure is kept below 2000 psi (14 MPa). • Keep water temperature below 180 °F (80 °C). • Use a spray nozzle with a 40-degree wide angle spray pattern. • Keep the nozzle at least 1 foot (300 mm) away from and perpendicular (at 90 degrees) to the graphic.

Vinyl wraps can go through car washes but the brushes of car washes (depending upon the frequency and quality of brush) may cause dulling/scratching/lifting edge of the wrap.

Care for your wrap like you would any fine paint finish. Using high-quality products designed specifically for car care and these cleaning and maintenance procedures will help keep your vehicle looking their best.
Wash Regularly: Wash whenever the car appears dirty. Contaminants allowed to remain on the vinyl may be more difficult to remove during cleaning.
Rinse off as much dirt and grit as possible with a spray of water.
Soften difficult contaminants such as bug splatter, bird droppings, tree sap, and similar contaminants by soaking them for several minutes with very hot, soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and dry. If further cleaning is needed, test one of these products in an inconspicuous area to ensure no damage to the graphics: Meguiar’s Gold Class™ Bug and Tar Remover or 3M™ Citrus Base Cleaner. Isopropyl alcohol (IPA) (two parts IPA to 1 part water) or denatured alcohol may also help. Spot clean the contaminants. Do not use rough scrubbing or abrasive tools, which will scratch the film. Wash and rinse off all residue immediately
Use a wet, non-abrasive detergent such as 3M™ Car Wash Soap 39000 or Meguiar’s NXT Generation® Car Wash or Deep Crystal® Car Wash and a soft, clean cloth or sponge. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. To reduce water spotting, immediately use a silicone squeegee to remove water and finish with a clean microfiber cloth.

Could be several different reasons :

You did not handwash your vehicle thoroughly on a regular base

You went to the carwash with too aggressive detergents.

Your car was exposed to too much sun and atmospheric pollutants…

This will limit the Lifetime drastically!

Store Indoors or Under Cover Whenever Possible. Vinyl graphics (just like paint) are degraded by prolonged exposure to sun and atmospheric pollutants, particularly on the horizontal surfaces such as a hood, trunk lid, and roof. Whenever possible, store in a garage or at least in a shaded area during the day. At night protect the car from dew or rain, which may contain acidic pollutants (a common problem in many large metropolitan areas). When a garage is not available, consider using a cloth car cover at night. If your wrap starts to discolor or turn brown, immediately remove the wrap from the vehicle to avoid staining the underlying paint.

Wipe off immediately to avoid degrading the vinyl and adhesive

Of course but it will limit the Lifetime drastically!

Store Indoors or Under Cover Whenever Possible. Vinyl graphics (just like paint) are degraded by prolonged exposure to sun and atmospheric pollutants, particularly on the horizontal surfaces such as a hood, trunk lid, and roof. Whenever possible, store in a garage or at least in a shaded area during the day. At night protect the car from dew or rain, which may contain acidic pollutants (a common problem in many large metropolitan areas). When a garage is not available, consider using a cloth car cover at night. If your wrap starts to discolor or turn brown, immediately remove the wrap from the vehicle to avoid staining the underlying paint.

Generally, wraps are good for 3 to 5 years against fading and cracking. however, vehicles vary widely in mileage and conditions have driven as well as in maintenance, the expected lifespan of each wrap may vary. We offer a 1 year warranty on workmanship and materials. Please note that the longer a wrap has been on a car, the longer it takes to remove it. Our advice: Renew every 2 years, Ask for the extra promo’s we can give you to change every 2 year

The lifespan of a wrap vary on how you take care of the wrap, We have clients that drive around for more then 5 year’s and it still looks good, We also had clients that ruins the wrap in 6 months,
We can offer a 1 year warranty on workmanship and materials

Up to you! Bring us just the loose wheels, the wheels with tires still on them, or just drop the car off with us. Whatever is most convenient for your schedule and budget. We can store your vehicle in our secure indoor facility, remove the tires, media blast and powder coat the wheels, then mount and balance the tires. Dealing with only one shop saves you a lot of headaches and money.

Cost is based on the wheel’s condition, size, and your choice of color.
The fastest way to get a price is e-mailing us or fill in the form
Usual turn-around time on stock color is 3 days.

No, and any shop that claims to offer such services is either not doing the job right or is just trying to get you in the door. It’s that simple. The process to properly strip, prep, and powder coat wheels involve chemicals that must be allowed time to work, ovens that cannot be rushed, and skilled labor. We won’t compromise our quality or your safety. Coating wheels takes 3-4 days.

PPF = Paint Protection Film

We did test PPF for more than 15 years…Our best experience and best support comes from PremiumShield

No! PPF will protect your car from road rash, leaving it in showroom condition year after year whilst remaining virtually invisible

Yes, you may wash and wax your vehicle as if the film were not present. In fact, our film loves wax!

Care Instructions

NOTE: the Installed film must be left to cure for a period no less than 48 hours prior to being subjected to washing or other similar treatment. This will allow the pressure-sensitive adhesive to cure completely and for any application moisture to evaporate completely.

After 48 hour period has elapsed, simply follow the care instructions below:

Using a clean microfiber towel or chamois; we recommend that ONLY synthetic waxes be used to clean your PremiumShield film. Naturally occurring waxes (i.e. Carnauba) are not recommended. Do NOT use any colored wax resins (white or clear only).
Pre-wash

Immediately wash away any foreign material (i.e. bug splatter, bird droppings, etc.). If left on the film for an extended period, staining may occur, just as these acids would eat into your precious paint if left unattended for an extended period.
Wash/Rinse

Wash your vehicle as per normal. If using a high-pressure washer, nozzle must be at least 36” away from the edges of the film to avoid peeling. Do not point the nozzle at the edges of film as it can push underneath and lift the film.
Drying

To dry the film, use a microfiber cloth as per normal or blow the excess water off the surface with a wet/dry vacuum.
Cleaning the edges of the film

Wax and dust can build around the edges of the film. To remove, simply use a cotton swab dipped in 70% isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol and wipe AWAY from the edge NOT into it.
Do Not Use

Solvent-based cleaners; Bug removers or de-greasers; Rubbing compound or any abrasive materials; High-speed buffing or polishing equipment can be used, but on slow speed and with minimal force. We recommend testing on a small bumper section prior to using on hood or fenders.

For step by step directions of our recommended cleaning methods, please watch the film below. We subjected our Elite film to one of the worst New England winters in the past 30 years. The film was subjected to salt, sand, magnesium chloride, ice and snow over a period of four weeks. These were perfect conditions to have damage and staining inflicted on the film. With a simple wash, the film (and paint underneath) looks brand new

Yes. Our film is UV stable, but will allow UV rays to penetrate. This feature eliminates the “two shades” of paint problem resulting from traditional car “bras.”

Yes. Our PremiumShield PPF uses a patented acrylic adhesive which can be safely removed without residue, even after being applied for years.

Although we don’t know how handy you are, we recommend that you do not install PPF yourself. In order to get that 100% optically clear appearance which creates an invisible barrier for your paint, years of training by a professional installer are needed.

PremiumShield carries a lifetime warranty. Matrix Films LLC warrants PremiumShield Automotive Paint Protection Film against discoloration, fading, cracking or bubbling. The warranty is limited to the replacement of defective material.
This warranty does not apply to automobiles used on a racetrack, in fleet, courier, livery, rental or other commercial or for profit service.

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