Hello, and welcome back to our blog! Wrapping your car is a simple way to protect it from the elements including water, snow and ice, rocks, pebbles, dirt and dust, and more. But it will not only protect your treasured paint job, it will look great doing it! You may be wondering what areas of your car can be wrapped in vinyl. I’m happy to say that, with advancements in the industry, you’re now able to wrap just about every visual component of your car effectively without ruining your car or having it fall off.

In this blog, we’re going to talk about some of the most popular parts of your car to wrap as well as some of the areas that you may have thought wasn’t even possible to wrap. Keep reading to learn more and contact First Class Tint & Vinyl today if you have any questions.

Roof

Roof wrapping is one of the most popular options out there. Not only is it easier and takes less time than a full-body wrap, but it can go a long way to making your vehicle look a lot nicer. If you have a car that’s one solid color, try mixing it up by vinyl wrapping your roof with a nice, sleek black wrap. On top of this, your roof takes the most beating from the sun and poor weather, so it only makes sense to protect it with a wrap. Many car owners will notice that their car’s roof will start to show signs of wear sooner than the rest of their vehicle. If the vinyl wrap starts to wear, just have it replaced.

Hood

The hood is another area of the car that is wrapped by a lot of car enthusiasts. Combined with the roof, you’ll be able to get a great look without breaking the bank. Like the roof, the hood sees a lot of stress while driving and will likely be one of the first parts to start to see wear. The vinyl wrap will protect the front of your vehicle from debris like rocks, pebbles, dirt, and dust.

Wheels

Chances are you haven’t seen many people with a vinyl wrap on their wheels. The reason why is that it’s more difficult to wrap something that has very little surface area and that has intricate shapes like wheels do. Although it’s certainly possible, you’ll need to take it to a trained professional to ensure that is cut and applied correctly. Because your wheels will be getting a lot dirtier than the rest of your car, the wrap likely won’t last as long.

Trim

A chrome delete is one of the simplest vinyl wrap tricks that will go a long way to making your car look sleek and fancy. This is best applied if you already have a full body vinyl wrap in place. It’s like icing on the cake.

Spoiler

On race cars, the spoiler is essential for creating downforce on the car, allowing for better traction. However, to most car enthusiasts, the spoiler is all for style. Many people wrap their spoilers in a sleek black color or carbon to contribute to the overall look of their car.

Are you read to get your car wrapped in Denver or Lakewood? First Class Tint & Vinyl Wrap is your Top Rated Local® Tint and Vinyl Wrap company in the area and provides each client with the attention and care they deserve to get the custom car of their dreams. If you have any questions about our tinting or vinyl wrap services, contact us today!