PET satin wrap is a great alternative to PVC and polyethylene wraps. It’s a contact adhesive that features a soft, satin feel and excellent conformability for superior vinyl graphics application.
PET satin wrap is transparent and durable, making it great for wrapping food, covering products and bagging freshly baked goods.
The high performance film material features a unique print pattern, providing excellent visibility and brand identity.
Made of PET satin, our wrap offers light weight breathability and easy care. Perfect for food prep at home or on the go. Easy to store and transport.
PET satin wrap is a versatile, stretchable and convenient way to cover your items when you’re not using them. Its breathable properties allow materials inside to breathe, keeping your goods fresh for longer.
Workshop and Packing
Q1: Can I wrap my car myself?
A1: Yes. You can wrap a car yourself as long as you have the time and patience required to wrap a car. Vinyl wrapping a vehicle is not a difficult task but does require patience and a lot of time. To wrap a car yourself, you will need a small budget, a few tools, time, and patience.
Q2: Do vehicle wraps damage your car?
A2: A Vehicle Wrap Will Not Damage Factory or High Quality Paint. It acts as a cover for the paint, preventing damage from weather exposure on the paint. It also can provide some protection from small scratches and small chips & dings from stones and other road damage.
If you’d like to eventually sell the vehicle in its original condition, protecting the paint will preserve its resale value and avoid having to pay out for any minor scratch repairs.
Q3: Can you put a wrapped car through a carwash?
A3: You can bring your wrapped vehicle to an automated brushless car wash, though hand washing is safer and more thorough. Brush car washes may be too rough on the film, degrading it and causing peeling and lifted edges. If a car wash uses water spray and no brushes, it should be safe for most wraps.
Q4: How much does it cost to vinyl wrap a car?
A4: A full vehicle wrap typically costs between $2,500 and $4,000.
Q5: How much does it cost to vinyl wrap a car?
A5: Small size cars can be fully wrapped with 50 to 55 feet / 15 to 16.8 meters of vinyl. Midsize cars can be fully wrapped with 60 to 65 feet / 18.3 to 19.8 meters of vinyl.
Q6: Is it cheaper to wrap or paint a car?
A6: An inexpensive paint job is usually cheaper than a car wrap. A higher-quality paint job with multiple coats will cost about the same as a car wrap.
If you want a matte finish or a color-shifting paint, painting your car would cost significantly more than wrapping it to achieve the same look.
Q7: Are car wraps worth it?
A7: Having a vinyl wrap on your vehicle and then having it removed will not reduce your vehicle’s value in any way, and may increase it because it has protected it from sun damage the whole time it was on
Q8: How long does a vehicle wrap last?
A8: In general, a car wrap can last for up to seven years depending on the type of vinyl used. If you are thinking about using a vinyl wrap car design to promote your business, remember that high-quality wraps last longer than thinner films and serve as a better return on your investment.
Q9: Are vinyl wraps legal?
A9: Generally, car wraps are legal, however, every state and municipality has its own laws regarding mobile advertising, and some are stricter than others. Before wrapping your vehicle, you’ll need to check your local laws to make sure you can legally do so, or if you need to find alternate methods of advertising.