You may have seen vehicle wraps that gave you a negative impression about the business because the wrap was peeling or unreadable. Many problems can occur if you rely on an inexperienced installer working with poor materials. As a business owner, you can prevent this from happening to you and present a superior professional appearance by knowing what to look for. Here are the top three common problems with wraps when not done correctly and what you can do to address these issues.
1. Poor Graphic Design
The design process is a crucial step before you can begin the installation of wraps on your fleet vehicles. Graphic designs for wraps can look incredible on proofs, but unreadable in scale when installed on your vehicles. You have to keep in mind a 2D paper design can come to life on a 3D vehicle in very different ways. But with the expert design team at Fleet Wrap HQ you don’t have to worry about that as they meet with you to create an effective design using the highest quality materials and inks. With over 10,000 completed wraps, you can rely on an amazing graphic design to present your business in the best light while your vehicles are on the road.
2. Wrap Installation Defects
Installation defects can occur when inexperienced installers use cheap material with wraps. Bubbling can occur when a wrap is applied incorrectly to the rounded areas of a vehicle. You may not notice this issue until weeks after the installation process. A vehicle with dents or scratches may have problems with defects if repairs are not made first. Post-heating is also vital in helping vinyl wraps maintain the proper form and extend its lifespan.
Before installation, you will need to ensure your vehicle is completely clean. Dirt and grime can affect the adhesive and lead to peeling, cracking, and lifting. After installation, steer clear of washing your vehicle for at least a week, especially at automated brush car washes. Another important step to take is to protect your vehicle from direct sunlight by covering when not in use, this can be done by parking in garages or covered parking spaces.
3. Future Repairs
You may think you are saving money using a cheaper installer for your vehicle wraps, but it can end up costing you more in the future. A wrap can look great the day you pick up your vehicle, but six months later you may start to notice imperfections. You will have to spend more money to have the wrap repaired or replaced correctly. Cheap materials may damage the paint on your vehicles and your business sales could be affected while waiting for repairs. Fleet Wrap HQ uses an easily removable adhesive to protect vehicle paint and our wraps can be replaced if your car is damaged in an accident.
Superior Results with Fleet Wrap HQ Wraps
Wraps are one of the best investments you can make for marketing your business to a wide audience, and Fleet Wrap HQ is the best company to make your fleet dreams come true! A single wrap can be seen around 77,000 times a day and approximately 98% of consumers form a positive perception of a business that uses wraps.
As the saying goes, you get what you pay for when it comes to vehicle wraps for your business. However, the process can still be affordable and pay for itself with superior long-lasting results. Fleet Wrap HQ specializes in customized commercial wraps for all sizes and types of vehicles. Call to receive a free quote today!