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Why Should You Wrap Your Car in Dubai?

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Why Should You Wrap Your Car in Dubai?

Car wrapping is a different way to sell your business using your fleet (or a single car). The wrap is a big vinyl image or decal that is applied directly on the original paint. It is getting more popular as individuals in Dubai begin to think about the exterior of their vehicles in more detail. There are numerous advantages to using a wrap on your automobile or autos rather than repainting them. It’s important to remember that covering a car won’t disguise a lousy paint job. When an automobile is wrapped, the paint under it must be smooth in order for the wrapper to have the necessary purchase to keep the car in place. It is best done by an expert car maintenance service like Carcility.

A car wrap can be a solution if you have a favourite colour that isn’t available from the factory in Dubai. Perhaps you’ve gotten bored with the colour of your current rented vehicle and want to switch things up. You can wrap it, drive it in the new colour for a bit, and then remove it before the lease expires. Finally, several companies wrap their company cars in Dubai to use them as mobile billboards.

Here are some reasons why car wrapping is better than giving it for a paint job:

1. Price 

Vinyl car wrapping costs around the same as a fresh paint job, depending on the desired modifications and whether the job is a detailed or comprehensive wrap. As a result, everything is dependent on the customer’s requirements. Wrapping doesn’t have to be expensive if you’re attentive.

2. Maintenance

Vinyl-car wrap elements, like a paint job, require regular upkeep in order to maintain their lustrous appearance. It’s advised that car wraps be hand washed at least once a week with a cleaning chemical designed especially for vinyl wraps. Attempting to wash your wrapped automobile in an automatic wash may result in irreversible damage to the wrap job. 

3. Durability

If properly cared for, a car wrap can last a very long time. A car wrap work can last up to 7 years if done correctly (read: professionally installed) and properly maintained. Customers typically notice a change in quality at the 4 to 5-year mark, when the colour, sheen, and feel begin to betray their age.

4. Customization

It’s all up to you: colours, patterns, aesthetics, and even positioning. Several brands are available, with some even featuring color-shifting schemes that change with the light. Vinyl can also be made to look like stainless steel, carbon fibre, or leather, with a variety of finishes such as satin, gloss, semi-gloss, and matte. There’s also the choice of not doing anything at all.

5. Application

Some people believe that having their automobile wrapped will hide dents, rust, or paint splatters, resulting in a gleaming, new-looking vehicle. They are completely incorrect. The surface of a car must be as smooth and clean as possible before applying vinyl wrapping! Otherwise, the vinyl will not adhere properly, resulting in bubbles and creases, as well as showing every flaw beneath it. Before having their car wrapped, it is recommended that they have it completely washed and detailed. True, it’s a process, but it’s the only sure-fire way to keep the wrap from lifting prematurely.

Car wrapping, like anything else done to customize a vehicle, is an investment; not just in terms of money, but also in terms of time. The location of a person’s residence is a significant feature that is frequently disregarded. Salt used for road maintenance in cold, snowy locations degrades the vinyl, and if left out in extreme temperatures such as Dubai’s scorching heat for too long, the wrapping will begin to deteriorate. If the extra maintenance excites you, then go for it!

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