ADAMS WRAPS: TAKE YOUR CAR TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Any Vehicle, Any Wrap
Adams Wraps offers high-quality vinyl wraps for any car looking to improve its character and style and protect their vehicle. Adams Wraps is Vvivid certified and will offer you quality products with premium installation services.
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Sun: 10am - 8pm
WHAT IS WRAP?
In simple terms, it is a big vinyl sticker that is stretched over the paint of the car to change the color of the vehicle. You get the choice between different finishes or types of color changes. The basic finishes are Gloss, Satin, or Matte. A “basic” color change is a solid color like black, yellow, or blue. There is also a “color shift” which is basically what it sounds like, and when you move around the car or the light hits the wrap in a different direction the color changes, e.g. blue red or purple red blue. The last major category is “chrome”. Chrome is a very reflective mirror-like finish that comes in a variety of colors like red or silver.
What are the benefits of wrap?
Adds an extra layer of protection for your vehicle against small chips and dings
Light/Small scratches will heat out because of the self-healing property of the wrap
It protects your clearcoat from sun exposure
A quality wrap is cheaper than a quality paint job
It can help preserve the car's resale value and help you avoid having to pay for any minor repairs to the paint job
It can last 5-7 years depending on the quality of material and how well you take care of the vehicle
If your get tired of the new wrap it is easy to revert it back to its original look or to get a new wrap
Maintenance is much easier to keep it looking new, just wash it!
How to Wash Your Wrap
Hand washing your vehicle is the safest way to maintain your wrap. Avoid taking it to the automatic wash because the brushes may be too rough on the film, degrading it and causing peeling and lifted edges
If you use a pressure washer don’t spray in the direction of the seams and spray from about 12 inches away
You can use any soap that is designed for cars or if you want to take it to the next level to ensure longevity use a soap that is designed for wraps (Wrap Fresh is a great brand that I recommend)
For spot cleaning, you can use a spray detailer (I would recommend Chemical Guys or Wrap Fresh) but others may work just as well