Rev Up Your Style: The Ultimate Guide to Vehicle Wraps

With how fast the business world has become, having some corporate branding is more important than ever. It is vital for business owners to create a strong and consistent brand identity across multiple different platforms, including their vehicles. Most people have seen businesses use corporate vehicles. These types of vehicles would include delivery vans, service trucks, and even company cars. They offer a unique opportunity for businesses to showcase their brand and company. These vehicles can help increase brand awareness. An effective way to achieve greater brand awareness is by getting vehicle wraps.

What is car wrapping?


As the name suggests, car wrapping is when you cover a car with special vinyl film. It can be partially covered or fully covered. The wrap is designed to help people change the look of their car without having to pay expensive fees for a respray. When you get vinyl wrapping, you can change how you look completely. Maybe you liked black when you got the car, but now you want your car to be red. Well, with a wrap, you can do that. Maybe you want to change the design or texture; you can do that as well by getting a matte or gloss wrap. Wraps have started to become more and more popular, and with a wide range of different options to choose from, you can easily find a style that suits you to put on your car.


How do you wrap a car?


When it comes to wrapping a car, it can end up being a tricky and difficult job. That’s why you want to leave it to the pros, like the guys at Sun Control of Wisconsin. Before you even get started with wrapping your car, you need to figure out what you want the color to be, the design, the texture, and even the style of wrap that you would like. It doesn’t matter if you want a partial wrap or a full wrap; you need to figure this out before you get started.


A full wrap is going to be applied to the entire car; the wrap is going to cover every inch of the paintwork to help give it that new look. A partial wrap is going to be designed to cover one or more panels. An example of this would be the roof of the car; this type of wrap is going to end up leaving most of the original paintwork to show.


The next step is going to have the pros take almost exact measurements of your car so that the wraps are made to the exact specs of your make and model. When you have decided on your car wrap, we will print it before laminating it. This is because a special coating is used to maximize scratch and UV protection. We want to ensure that your car’s bodywork is protected, and we don’t want the wrap to fade when it gets exposed to any of the elements.


After that, it is just applying the wrap to your car. The paintwork must be prepared first before the wrap can be applied, which means that the car should be cleaned and dried before the wrap is applied. The surface is then sprayed with some water and a special solvent. Then it is ready for the wrap.

What are some pros to getting your car wrapped?




  1. The wrap is going to give you a fresh look for your car.
  2. It is going to be cheaper than other customization options.
  3. It will protect your paintwork.
  4. Less permanent than a respray


What are the different types of car wrapping?


  1. Clear: Clear vinyl wrapping is going to be used to protect the paintwork while still retaining the car’s original color.
  2. Colored: Colored wrapping is designed to change the color of your car. This can be a full or partial wrap. This is the most common type of car wrap.
  3. Textured wraps are for people who want to give their paintwork a different type of finish. Most textured wraps are going to be available in a wide range of opaque colors.


These are just a few of the different types of wraps that you can get for your car. We offer all these types of wrap and more at Sun Control of Wisconsin. We offer professional design and installation services for wraps. Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist with the design and installation of vehicle wraps.