FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions Regarding Vehicle Wraps

 

  1. How long does a vehicle wrap last?

    You can expect your wrap to last 5 years or longer, “no power washing”!!

  2. Do you offer a warranty on vehicle wraps?

    Yes, we warranty the film for 3 years for fading and de-lamination.  One year warranty on window graphics.

  3. How do I wash and take care of my wrap?

    We always recommend hand wash only.  Power washers will more than likely start to lift some of the edges of the film.  No scrapers on window films.  A soft broom will not harm the window film.

  4. Can you wrap anything other than vehicles?

    Yes, we can wrap: Trucks, Vans, Boats, Race Vehicles, Trailers,  Golf Carts, Buses, RV’s, Pianos, ATM Machines, Walls and Much More!

  5. Will my paint be damaged when the wrap is removed?

    No, in fact the wrap will protect the vehicle from ultra-violet rays.  The only instance where there might be an issue, is if there is rust below the wrap or the paint job was a non-original poor paint job.

  6. Do you wrap leased vehicles?

    Yes, in fact most of our fleet wraps are leased vehicles.  Please do not attempt to remove the wrap yourself before turning the vehicle in.  Let the lease company handle that or the professionals here at Stan’s Sign Design.

  7. What if I don’t have artwork for my wrap?

    Let the skilled design team assist you in coming up with the exact look you want for your ride.  We will use high resolution art for the final printing and keep those files on record for future use.

  8. Once the design is approved, how long does it take to finish the wrap?

    Plan on leaving your vehicle with us for no less that 4 days for full wraps.  We understand how important it is to have you vehicle for business, but a quality job takes time.

  9. What is the difference between a full wrap and a partial wrap?

    A full wrap is just what it sounds like, we cover the entire metal (or fiberglass) surface of the vehicle with printed film…for instance, you bring us a black vehicle and we can cover all the black with colorful art or a different color.  A partial wrap is again, just what it sounds like but can be a combination of  wrap film and computer cut graphics.  Simply putting your logo on the door with cut vinyl is not considered a wrap at all.

  10. What happens if I wreck my wrapped ride?

    Since we always try to avoid any overlap seams in our wraps, it may be as simple as just re-printing the damaged portion of the wrap.

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