Hexis Wrap Vinyl
Are you looking for a unique way to change the look and style of your vehicle? Do you want to upgrade the protection and style of your car or truck? Look no further than the vehicle wrap process. Just like paint, your vehicle wrap will completely change the shape and style of your vehicle while significantly increasing the durability, color depth, and visual appeal.
Wrapping is the latest trend in vinyl wrap art. The process of applying large sheets of pressure sensitive vinyl film to the body of a car can only be done by certified professionals who have several years of experience. Car wrapping is not as new as some people would like to think it is. It has been around for many decades and is still growing in popularity as more people become aware of how fun it can be and how it can help your car stand out from the crowd.
During the wrapping process, the vinyl film takes on the car's shape . Your expert installation makes sure your new wrap is shaped to the body and no bubbles will have a chance to form. Our vinyl wraps keep your car looking like new by protecting your paint from scratches, stone chips, and fading. We use only quality, custom-fit film to give you a high-end, high-performance style that really stands out.
What is the best car wrap vinyl?
Scorpion is proud to have Hexis as a valued partner. Hexis products are extremely popular among our customers. We offer high-quality product in a variety of thicknesses, colors, and finishes. The Hex'Press Skintac air-release liner is one of the most popular reasons why so many customers order Scorpion products.
How long do vinyl wraps last?
For car wraps to last as long as possible, the wrap needs to be installed carefully by a qualified professional. After the high-quality wrap has been applied correctly and professionally, car owners need to take good care of the wrap and ensure they're always ready for any ride and weather condition to come their way. Plus, car wrapping is vulnerable to the elements, including extreme heat, moisture, sunlight, and dust. Also, car wrap adhesive will fade if not covered up by wax.
Depending on the quality of the wrap, type of vinyl wrap, care taken during installation, and environmental factors, car wraps can last from three to ten years. Ensuring your brand's high-quality wraps are installed by professional car wrap installers that know how to care for them is crucial to a successful wrap. In addition, car wrap owners who are careful about their wrap's condition will extend the life expectancy of their wraps by reducing wear and tear on car paint and components.
Depending on how well you wrap a car, how meticulously you take care of your vinyl wrap and how diligently you care for it after installation, the lifespan of your vinyl wrap can be anywhere between three to ten years.
How much does high-quality vinyl wrap cost?
Professional vinyl car wrap is a costly yet an effective way to transform the appearance of a car. It is cheaper than paint and takes several hours to do, but with patience it can be viewed as an investment rather than a cost. Though it requires some special training like using a spray gun, most home wrappers will walk away from the project satisfied.
Going the DIY route with high-quality vinyl car wrapping requires patience and a steady hand. It’s not hard to learn, but it does require special tools (like an air stripper) and the additional time to clean and prepare the car before applying it for a professional look. Retailers who want custom designs from a business owner are better off calling in professionals or finding ingenious DIY ideas from other sources.
Going the professional route means expensive materials and extensive training. It often takes a considerable amount of time to finish a full vinyl wrap despite the DIYer’s best efforts. Color changes, even multiple colors, don't add much to the overall cost of the project, but custom graphics do.
Does vinyl wrap scratch easily?
There are quite a few occasions where your car accidentally hits something, and leaves scuff marks on its surface. Damage to paint or body can occur, depending on the damage and how it was caused. Some scratches may also occur due to accidently hitting things in the body or paint of the vehicle as it is driven.
Don't rush when you need to do a vehicle wrap job. You can protect your vehicle wrap film and minimize the chances of damage to it by using a simple solution. Wrap cleaner, an all-natural product that's used for extending the life of vinyl and rubber products, is a glorious product that can help restore damaged vehicle wrap film in no time.
Does vinyl wrap cover dents?
The exterior of a vehicle can be damaged from hail or other weather. To keep the graphics on your car intact, you can use a vehicle wrap even if the paint job has been damaged or scratched. Vehicle wraps are not just for cars. They can be applied to boats and RVs too!
While a car wrap can be applied over scratches and hail damage, the vinyl wrap is designed to cover any damage in the car and to shrink down to fit the contour of the car. If the damage is not properly covered with the vinyl wrap, it will be visible through the surface. Automotive wraps are applied so closely to the body that they will eventually conform to any damage previously caused. This distortion eventually becomes more noticeable to the public than a scratch covered by a vinyl wrap.
Are vinyl wraps waterproof?
It's important that your wrap is able to withstand the fury of Mother Nature, but it's just as important that your vinyl wrap is waterproof. After all, one of the main reasons customers purchase a wrap is so they can display it throughout their community.
What kind of vinyl wrap do you need? How flexible and durable is it really? Is it waterproof or water resistant? Understand the differences between vinyl wraps before making a purchase. For example, if you are looking for a waterproof vinyl wrap, look for a product that is made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or another thick PVC-based vinyl. For best results use a tape with adhesive that won't degrade the plastic over time.
A vinyl wrap applied over a water-resistant material adds another layer of protection, extending its life by several years. We laminate our vinyl wraps to increase their lifespan. (And, it's a spray-on protective coating that doesn't affect the wrap's texture or adhesive.
Does wrapping a car decrease its value?
Absolutely not. Here's the thing about vinyl and car wraps. Most think it's going to leave scratches on the paint, but that's not what you see in the cases. If done correctly, it leaves a nice finish that is virtually free of micro-scratches that could affect resale value.
A great way to make sure that your vehicles won't have a negative impact on a vehicle's resale value is through vinyl wrapping. When applied properly, vinyl wraps can add value to a vehicle as well as get dealerships the incentives they need to sell more of them.
If done incorrectly, car wrapping can actually damage the resale value of a vehicle. In order to get the desired effect, it requires a total redesign of the appearance. To avoid this, we work with our clients to choose the color for their wrap that is right for their business and message. We are sure to match our client's personality and goals.
Do companies really pay to wrap your car?
It's true, as some people say. There are plenty of companies out there who pay many people to have their logo on an automobile. However, you need to be careful and aware of the kind of company that will hire you for their services. There are different factors that should not be ignored when choosing a company to hire for the job.
Many companies claim to pay you to wrap your car. Many of them are local, which makes it impossible to screen them all. If a company contacts you out of the blue and starts talking about money, it's most likely a scammer. As a result, many people just ignore Craigslist classifieds that seek drivers for car wraps. Proceed with caution!
Is it cheaper to vinyl wrap or paint a car?
Until recently, the only way to transform your vehicle was to repaint it. But that changed. The change took a while, but vinyl wraps have become an affordable — and very popular — option for those seeking customizations that weren't possible before. Everything from a car cover to a stereo decal can now be applied in an instant, helping to take the guesswork and mess out of the whole process.
The most expensive vehicle paint job will set you back between $3,000 and $10,000. A cheaper vehicle paint job will be around $1,000. When painting a beautifully finished vehicle, it will cost around $10,000. There's a significant difference between the average painting job and the best one, but that's the same for anything you buy.
In today's competitive car buying climate, costs for vehicle wraps have gone down. Not only that, but custom wrap designs can cost much less than traditional paint jobs. From metallic colorways to design-your-own patterns, companies can create multiple custom wraps without the high costs of a typical paint job. Plus, they look great too!
Can you put a vinyl wrap through a carwash?
Vinyl graphics and accents can turn any ordinary vehicle into a work of art. We apply everything from subtle striping to complete re-coloring and bold designs. Vinyl graphics are not quite as robust as factory paint, which means owners should be extra careful when washing or in other areas near the vehicle that could affect the application.
This is one of many questions asked by potential customers. We recommend avoiding any automatic washes because the high pressure water jets can lift vinyl material and damage it. As for other washes, always ask them what sort of chemicals they use.
Even though ongoing use of a car wash will undoubtedly reduce the lifespan of your vinyl wrap, it is important to be proactive in the prevention of damage. You should clear out dust and debris from the portion of the vehicle's body where you're applying your logo or message with a car brush. If there is still some dirt or debris present after a regular cleaning schedule, then your vinyl may become worn and damaged overtime.
Hexis Vinyl Wrap - Color Change VinylScorpion is happy to announce our partnership with Hexis as the newest distributor. Scorpion is the place for all your vinyl wrap needs. We offer over a hundred color options of the best wrap film in the world. The Hexis Skintac series is a premium cast film with the Hex'Press air-release liner. It is a structured liner which allows easy evacuation of the air trapped between the film and the surface. Because the immediate tack is not very sticky (which is normal), it also makes the film repositionable during installation. Applicators have calculated that this HX liner saves around 30% of their time during installation!
We also are your full source for digital print material as well. Ask about the new THE190EVO.
- Huge Color Selection
- Easy Application With Hex'Press Liner
- Multiple Finish Options
- Super Chromes in Gloss or Satin