Frequently Asked Questions

A vehicle wrap is a large vinyl graphic or decal applied directly over the original paint of the vehicle. It can change the color and finish of the vehicle or add custom graphics.

A high-quality wrap can last between 3 to 5 years, depending on the type of vinyl used and how well it is maintained.

No, a properly installed wrap protects the original paint and can be removed without damaging it.

Yes, vehicle wraps are non-permanent and can be removed when your lease is up, without any damage to the original paint.

Paint Protection Film (PPF)

PPF is a transparent or colored film applied to the painted surfaces of a vehicle to protect it from scratches, chips, and other damages.

PPF can last between 7 to 10 years, depending on the quality of the film and how well it is maintained.

Yes, PPF can be applied to any part of the vehicle, but it is commonly used on high-impact areas like the hood, fenders, and bumpers.

Window Tinting

We offer ceramic, and nano-ceramic window tints, each providing varying levels of heat rejection and UV protection.

Yes, but the level of tint allowed varies by state.

Our XPEL film includes a lifetime warranty covering the product, protecting against fading, discoloration, peeling, and bubbling. It does not cover physical damage such as scratches, tears, or dust particles. Additionally, XPEL, Inc. warrants defects in PRIME Automotive Window Film, including discoloration, bubbling, peeling, and delamination, for the life of your vehicle. If a defect arises, we will remove or replace the film. This warranty is subject to exclusions like improper installation, physical abuse, and misuse.

Yes, but wait at least a week after installation. Use a soft cloth and non-ammonia cleaner to avoid damaging the tint.


The installation process usually takes between 3 to 5 days, depending on the complexity and size of the vehicle.

Yes, your vehicle should be clean and free of wax or polish. Any existing damage or rust should be repaired before installation, as these issues can delay the agreed installation date.

Yes, it is recommended to hand wash your wrapped vehicle. Avoid high-pressure washes and abrasive waxes. If the vehicle goes through a car wash and the wrap gets damaged, the company will not be responsible for the damages as this voids our warranty.

Pricing and Costs

The cost varies depending on the size of the vehicle and the type of wrap. Typically, it ranges from $3,000 to $6,000 for a full wrap.

Yes, we offer a warranty that covers the installation for up to a year, which is an extended warranty that most other shops do not provide. The material itself comes with an approximate 3-year warranty.

Maintenance and Care

Regular hand washing with mild soap and water is recommended. Avoid abrasive cleaners and automatic car washes.

Yes, most minor damages can be repaired. For severe damage, sections of the wrap can be replaced, at the expense of the customer.

Personal vs. Commercial Wraps

Personal wraps are typically used for aesthetic purposes to change the vehicle's appearance, while commercial wraps are used for advertising and branding, often including company logos and contact information.

Yes, commercial wraps can be customized for personal vehicles, but they are primarily designed for business advertising.

Other Services

Yes, we also offer paint protection film, window tinting, and ceramic coating services, designs, business cards, and business advertising merchandise.

General Questions

We offer a variety of finishes, including matte, satin, gloss, and carbon fiber, and others.

Yes, you can visit our portfolio page on our website to see examples of our previous projects or come in our store.