Gloss Metallic vinyl wraps are a fantastic way to give your car a high-end look. They're made of a high-quality polymeric bilayer calendared vinyl film that's resistant to fading. Metallic metal flakes are embedded in the film's composition. The material should be applied in a directional pattern and can be applied with either a medium-hard or curvy-soft squeegee. These flakes add an extra layer of protection to the wrap, guaranteeing that it lasts for years. If you're looking for a high-end look, gloss metallic vinyl is the way to go.
Wrapteck vinyl wrap have ROHS certificate, 6000sqm car vinyl wrpping plant with advanced modern equipment and brilliant development abilities.
- Environmental protection fabric, imported glue
All of the fabrics adhere to EU RoHS regulations. Wrapteck automobile vinyl wrapping paper does not release any toxic chemicals or airborne harmful substances under normal conditions. The imported glue with a 3 mil thickness is ideal for installation and repositioning, since it is slippery, movable, and leaves no residue.
- Smart installation, saving labor and money
Water cube and generous airway technology are used in Wrapteck vehicle packaging paper, which also features imported adhesive and is repositionable. In 4.5 hours, we measured the average installation time of two installations (compared to 9-12 hours). Thin time films will lower your labor costs and increase your competitiveness. Labor accounts for 80% of the average overall packaging cost.
- 140-160gsm backing paper with scale grid
The design of the 140-160gsm backing paper makes it simple to store automotive packing, and it may be resold after a lengthy period of storage. It's simple to cut the scale grid. Your logo can be printed on any vinyl.
- Firm Packaging
To sell these automotive vinyl wrappers again, our box is made of a sturdy double wallpaper (K = K), which will ensure that the packaging is shipped correctly.
Under normal, 59ft can completely wrap a sedan, if your car is an SUV, you need to buy 59 ft+30 ft. On-screen graphics, colors, and finishes are all estimates. Always check the color swatch for a true representation of the product. Because a minor batch-to-batch color variation may occur, only rolls from the same production LOT number should be utilized to complete a wrap job.