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Wrap or Paint a Car

Wrap or Paint a Car?

Should you wrap or paint a car? Thats a question the professionals here at Florida Car Wrap gets Asked Every single Day!

Which method is the best to restyle the surfaces of your car? At Florida Car wrap it’s hard not to imagine that we’ve already picked a dog in this fight, but we are going to explain to you why! Our namesake is wrapping cars in Florida, in the question of painting vs wrapping we choose wrapping, it’s who we are and it’s what we do. If you haven’t been in on this debate, we’ll bring you up to speed with this article. We will break down the merits of both, for the sake of fairness, but hope to show ultimately who the real winner is.

Painting has been around a long time, longer than cars that’s for sure! Being old isn’t necessarily bad, if anything it shows how paint has stood the test of time as a good method for changing the color of things. In fact, we’d venture to say in many cases paint is absolutely necessary, it protects the bare metal on your car from rust and eventually the severe damage that rust would bring. In fact, paint is a more permanent solution to these problems than wraps are- and that’s why auto manufacturers at least currently, still use paint as the primary method of styling their vehicles before they hit the showroom floor. Further even, you wouldn’t want to wrap an unpainted car.

Now, what about if you want to change a car that’s already well painted? How about if you operate or own a business with a vehicle fleet, and want to get your company logo on your vehicle fleet?  This is where we believe that the battle between wrapping vs painting flips into wrappings favor. Repairing a car is an option for sure, but it’s a lot of money, time, and work. It’s not likely you have the tools and space to do it yourself, and so you’d need a pro shop which is even more expensive. Paint is also a permanent choice, that removes the original look of the car in favor of the new. No going back without another expensive repaint.

Wrapping on the other hand does not remove the original look of your car, in fact, it defends it! A wrap is made of super high quality 3m Vinyl which has a special one-sided adhesive. This wrap is tightly fit flush to all the surfaces of your car and cut perfectly by our professional installers to sit flush with every crease, crack, and crevis. Unlike paint which requires hard work and trial and error to achieve highly unique designs or colors, wraps are factory printed with just about any color or design you could possibly imagine!

Our design teams can bring an amazing creative theme or your company’s image to life on your vehicle(s)! When you are finished with your wrap ina few years, it simply needs to be removed and it will reveal an untouched surface below! So who’s the real winner in wrapping vs painting?  YOU ARE! With this amazing new cost-effective option, you can save money and get that dream look you’ve always wanted! Come on in today!

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