What is a car wrap?
Vininilography on cars is a great alternative to airbrushing.
Vinylography - pasting vinyl films on cars with a pattern, image, etc. printed on them. Vinylography makes it possible to change the appearance of your car, as a result of which the car will look no worse than after an expensive airbrush, and this is an excellent choice for those car owners who want to give their car an exclusive appearance. And if airbrushing implies significant costs for the material and for the work of studio professionals, then the cost of vinylography is available to almost everyone. For example, the price of vinylography on the hood or sides of a car is an order of magnitude cheaper than applying even the simplest "drawing"by airbrushing.
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And at the same time, a sticker on a car with a vinyl film with a ready-made "pattern" is not only a cheaper alternative to a paint coating, but also makes it possible to get a polymer coating that is in no way inferior to it in quality. Moreover, if it takes from two weeks to a month to prepare the surface of body elements and apply drawings by airbrushing, then vinylography on a car or pasting with a vinyl film with a" ready-made " pattern takes no more than two or three days. The colorful and individual style of vinylography allows you to create truly unique drawings and photos on the car. And with the help of a graphic editor, you can create any "drawings" yourself, and then print them out in a printing house on a ready-made vinyl film. In addition, the use of vinylography on the machine perfectly protects its paintwork from chipping and small mechanical damage.
And even if, after applying vinylography, you have scratched the film coating, you can polish this area of the surface or, in extreme cases, print the drawing on the vinyl film again in the printing house and then glue the film onto the body element. You can buy a vinyl film for a car with a ready-made "drawing" or photo, and make a separate pasting of the car body elements (the so-called "styling"), for example, the roof, hood, door and other elements of the car.