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  • How much does it cost to wrap a car?
    The cost of wrapping a car varies depending on several factors, including the size of the vehicle, the type of wrap material used, the complexity of the design, and the extent of the car's coverage. On average, you can expect the price to start at around 3500$ for a professional full wrap. For a precise quote tailored to your specific vehicle and design preferences, feel free to contact us.
  • What is a Paint Protection Film (PPF) and why should I consider it?
    Paint Protection Film is a clear, durable film applied to the exterior of a car to protect the paint from scratches, chips, and environmental damage. It's virtually invisible and helps in maintaining the car's resale value.
  • What is a car wrap and how is it different from a paint?
    Car wrapping involves applying a high-quality vinyl film over the original paint of the vehicle. Unlike painting, it is easily reversible, offers a wide range of colors and finishes, and provides additional protection to your car's exterior.
  • How long does a car wrap last?
    A properly applied car wrap can last anywhere from 5 to 7 years, depending on factors like the quality of the material, exposure to environmental conditions, and maintenance.
  • Is a wrapped car easy to maintain?
    Yes, wrapped cars are relatively easy to maintain. Regular washing with mild soap and water is recommended. Avoid abrasive cleaners and high-pressure washing.
  • Can a wrap protect my vehicle's paint?
    Absolutely! Car wraps provide an additional layer of protection against sun damage, minor scratches, and everyday wear and tear. However, a wrap does not protect your car against rock chips. If you want the ultimate protection, we recommend putting a Paint Protection Film over the wrap, especially on the parts that are facing the road.
  • How long does it take to wrap a car?
    The time to wrap a car varies based on the vehicle's size and the complexity of the job, but typically it takes about 5 days to complete a full wrap (Monday to Friday).
  • Are there any limitations to the types of vehicle you can wrap?
    We can wrap almost any type of vehicle, including cars, trucks, vans, boats and more. However, the condition of the vehicle's paint and body can affect the final result.
  • Should I wrap or paint my car?
    Choosing between wrapping and painting your car depends on several factors such as budget, desired look, duration, and protection level. Wrapping is generally more cost-effective, offers a reversible and wide range of customization options, and provides an additional layer of protection to your car's paint. It's ideal for those seeking a temporary change or looking to preserve the original paint. Painting, on the other hand, is a more permanent solution and can increase your vehicle’s resale value if done professionally. However, it's usually more expensive and time-consuming than wrapping. If you're looking for flexibility and minimal commitment with high-quality results, wrapping is the recommended choice.
  • Can a wrap be removed without damaging the paint?
    Certainly! The wrap can be safely removed without harming the original paint, as long as the paint was factory-original and in sound condition prior to the wrap application. However, if the car or certain parts have been repainted, there's a risk that the clear coat may peel off along with the vinyl during removal.
  • How long does a Paint Protection Film (PPF) last?
    A high-quality Paint Protection Film (PPF) typically lasts around 10 years. The longevity of PPF depends on various factors such as the quality of the film, the precision of the application, and how the vehicle is maintained and used. To ensure maximum durability, it's essential to follow proper care and maintenance guidelines, such as regular washing and avoiding abrasive cleaners. Additionally, keeping the vehicle away from harsh environmental conditions can also extend the life of the PPF. At Team Overlay, we use premium materials and expert application techniques to ensure your PPF provides long-lasting protection for your vehicle.


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