Custom Wraps & Graphics for Your Boat
Express your unique style or promote your company’s brand with a custom Boat wrap!
We offer complete vehicle wraps to either change the style of your vehicle or even advertise your business!
We only carry the industry-best 3m vinyl!
Rapid Wraps offers a wide selection of wraps for any type of vehicle. Wraps are a great way to change the color of your boat or advertise your business.
We can meet any budget by offering full, partial, or even decal jobs. We do it all in-house from design to print and installation and use only the best materials so your car’s design can look amazing without ruining your paint job.
From fleets to RVs, call or come into Rapid Wraps today and ask about our vehicle wraps. If you are in the Southern California area, we are also available to come to you and provide the car wrapping and car tinting services you need!
BENEFITS OF A RAPID WRAP
- Vehicle wraps preserve your original paint and can be completely removed.
- Since your OEM paint is protected, it’s in near-mint condition when you go to sell your car. This means a wrap will add to your resell value.
- Most warranties and/or lease agreements will remain valid.
- Vinyl car wraps are the more affordable alternative, considering it often costs just half of a comparable paint job.
A Complete Guide to Boat Wrap Services Introduction
Boat wraps have many benefits compared to other boat customization services. They can give your boat a new look for a very low price. If you need help picking the perfect boat wrap and getting a good quote, please read on.
Why Wrap Your Boat? Is A Boat Wrap Worth It?
A quality vinyl wrap can act as a second skin to provide paint protection to your boat. If you don’t want your boat’s paint to get scuffed or dive-bombed by birds, a vinyl wrap can offer easy-to-clean protection.
Does boat wrap scratch easily? The answer is no!
Vinyl wraps are also far easier to take care of than paint. Your paint job is vulnerable to any stain, spot, scuff mark, and near-miss that you encounter with your boat.
If you are asking how do you wash boat wraps? Vinyl wraps are durable enough to be cleaned with soap and water and no other cleaning supplies.
One of the largest pros of vinyl wrapping is the ability to remove it if you don’t like it. Suppose at any point you want the look of your old boat back or just want to change the wrapping. In that case, we can quickly and efficiently remove the wrap without needing to wait forever or have your boat undergo an expensive procedure.
Replacing your old wrap with a new one is one of the easiest ways to give your boat a new look without having another expensive paint job done.
A wrap can be mobile advertising for your company. No matter where you go when people look at your boat, they will be staring at a billboard for your business.
It’s the perfect way to get mobile advertising, and it only costs the price of the wrap and gas for some real visibility!
Pros and Cons of Wraps vs. Re-Paint
Whenever you have to repaint or touch up your boat, most people wonder if the best thing to do is give the boat a new paint job or a wrap. Well, here’s our take on the matter. For one, a high-quality wrap takes a lot less time than a high-quality paint job. Getting the paint right could take weeks, while you can have a good wrap put together in only a few days.
Additionally, a high-grade wrap is much cheaper and quicker than a factory paint job, giving you the most versatility. Finally, if a problem happens again, a wrap is much easier to wash and only requires soap and warm water. In contrast, paint needs a lot more maintenance to keep looking new.
Types of Automotive Automotive Wrap Finishes Explained
The glossy finish gives your boat the highest level of sheen available while maintaining a clear and eye-catching look. It also has a lot of versatility and can stick to any non-fibrous surface so that you can use it anywhere on your boat.
While this one has less sheen than the glossy finish, it is just as fancy as the fabric it is named after. You can find this wrapping in a wide variety of colors, but it is a bit harder to clean than standard finishes.
The matte finish is perfect if you want the ‘new boat look’ without all of the shine that comes with it. They are very compatible with all vinyl tools and can conceal damage to your boat very well.
The brushed metal option looks like metal and gives your boat a smooth brushed appearance that just looks elegant and customized.
Finally, the boatbon vinyl finish is modern and sleek. It also gives you several different options for how you want your boat to look. It is also the easiest to use and get into for a vinyl wrapping beginner.
Budgeting for a wrap – How Much Does it Cost?
This is a million-dollar question for most people; however, the cost will depend on some factors. For example, how do you intend to use the wrap? An all-body graphical wrap for a commercial boat will be more expensive than a solid color wrap for a boat. The type and quality of the material and installation will move the budget too.
A higher-quality wrap that needs trained professionals to install it will cost more than a DIY wrap.
How Long Does a Boat Wrap Last?
Most boat wraps have an estimate to last around 5-7 years with proper boate and maintenance. However, this number can change based on a few factors, such as the quality of the material you used during the wrapping process. The quality of the application process also works into the lifespan because a DIY wrap job isn’t as durable as one done by professionals.
Boat Wrap Application Process
First, we prepare the boat for wrapping by washing it and detailing it. Then we remove (or mask) the headlights, taillights, and anyplace else we can not wrap.
Measuring and Fitting
Once everything is off, the vinyl wrap is laid over your boat and fitted to it. Then we make sure that we can get into all of the cracks and crevices. Once we finish measuring, we cut any excess away, and the application process can begin.
Once the wrap is applied, we use heat guns to work the vinyl and ensure that no air bubbles exist underneath the wrap.
Curing & Clean Up
After the wrap has correctly set, the boat is set aside for 12-24 hours and allowed to cure. This curing period lets the adhesive set. Once the wrap sets, the job is complete, and you get your boat back!
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