We use a mixture of 3M, Hexis, Metamark, Oracal, Mactac, Avery Dennison, Nu-Coat, LG Hausys, APS, Stahls, KPMF, KleenTear, KleenView, and Rtape. Which material we use depends on what colour, finish and design you are wanting. We have many samples that you can look at on site so let us know and you can pop in to choose.
Our quality vinyl is available in hundreds of colours and a variety of finishes, including shiny, matte, and brushed. Use a single hue, a single finish, or layers to create something completely unique. The options are truly limitless.
We don’t like to use unfamiliar materials as we only like to work with the highest quality, so as a rule, we don’t like to work with materials provided by the customer. However, if you are able to prove that what you have is high quality vehicle material, we will, of course, consider working with you.
We have in-house designers who can work with you to bring your idea to life. Just let us know what you’re looking for and take advantage of our free design consultation service!
Wrapping a vehicle is classed as a modification. It is best to call your insurance company before you decide to wrap or modify your vehicle, as it might incur a charge.
Just about everything, from cars, vans, trucks, tractors, motorcycles, buses, boats, and motorhomes. You name it, and we'll probably be able to wrap it. Check out our gallery to see how others have used vinyl wraps.
Depending on your request, we can even do the inside of your doors so they match your outer wrap. There are additional charges for this request, and it will obviously increase the labour time of your wrap.
Vehicle wrapping can be a less expensive choice than painting, with the added bonus of being able to easily remove the wrap in the future and reveal the car's original paintwork. It also protects your paintwork, which is an added benefit! A car wrap, regardless of design, can provide a higher return on investment. A wrap is currently less expensive than a full-body respray, especially if you desire a detailed design.
If you choose to have digitally printed logos, text, and images, we recommend keeping them on a flat service when adding them to your vehicle. If you place them on curved edges, the design may become distorted, losing the overall look and feel you originally imagined.
New or fresh *paintwork needs to be properly cured before we can apply any vinyl on the vehicles bodywork. We recommend two to three weeks before this can be done. *Our warranty is not covered for vehicles that don't use original manufacturers paint.
At the moment, we have a high demand for vehicle wrapping and therefore the next availability will be between 1-2 weeks on average, however, depending on the size of the job, this could be earlier or later. Contact us to find out when we can book you in.
Because we utilise high-quality materials, you may safely remove any vinyl that we have applied to your vehicle. As a result, vehicle wrapping is a fantastic protective treatment to provide for your vehicle.
If the design you have chosen doesn’t cover any current vinyl and you wish to keep it, this will not be an issue. However, if you want any vinyl removed or the design will cover it, we request that you remove it and clean the surface before bringing it in. Any removals and cleaning that we have to do will be charged at an hourly rate - please get in touch to discuss this with our team.
We are based in Chorley, Lancashire near Preston, Blackburn and Wigan however we wrap vehicles from all around the North West. We have had many customers travel to get their vehicles wrapped with us and they are always satisfied with our service.
Yes. Every vehicle wrap that leaves our shop comes with a 3 month warranty. Please contact us for further information.