What is the Process of a Wrap?
Once you've chosen a FELLERS Certified Wrap Provider in your area, it's time to proceed to the actual wrap process.
The vehicle wrap process involves a few simple steps:
The first step is the design process, during which you will consult with your chosen wrap provider about your advertising goals and desired look of the wrap. The graphic designer will then work up a proof for you to approve.
Once you've finalized the design, the production phase of your wrap will begin. Your design will be printed on large sections of a special kind of vinyl meant for use on vehicles, and then laminated to provide weather-resistance and the desired finish - usually either gloss or matte.
Installation typically takes 1-2 days, depending on the size and difficulty of your particular vehicle, and will usually occur in the wrap provider's own facility. The providers utilize a variety of industry tools, including a plastic squeegee for application, a razor knife to trim edges, and a torch to heat the vinyl for better workability.
The wall wrap process is even simpler than the vehicle wrap process, although they often become much larger scale jobs than vehicles. The same steps are taken, with the exception of an on-site installation. A variety of materials are made for wrapping walls both indoors and out, short-term and long. Whether it's brick, concrete, glass or metal, you can cover it with vinyl.