Paint Replacement Wraps
Love your vehicle or boat but tired of the color? Vibrant 3M vinyl wraps can completely alter the look of your vehicle without decreasing the market value. Any color, any graphics you desire can be added to your automobile to make it stand out from the crowd without paying a considerable amount of money like a normal paint job.
Paint replacement wraps involve covering the factory color on a car, truck, or boat with a different color wrap vinyl. One of the main benefits of this is the ability to change the color of a vehicle, without affecting the factory paint. It looks great, while preserving the resale value of the car. Paint replacement wraps provide all of the benefits of changing the vehicle’s color, without the commitment. If you decide to change the color a year or two later, the wrap can be removed easily, and re-wrapped. In fact, while the vehicle is wrapped, it acts as a barrier to protect the paint from bird droppings, bug spatters, scratches and fading. Vinyl wraps can be easily removed if you decide to change the color or want to sell your vehicle. The possibilities are endless with wraps from matte, chrome, gloss, metallic to even carbon fiber.
3M has recently introduced many new paint replacement wrap colors. They are known as Film Series 1080. While the basics like glossy white, blue, black, and red, are covered, there are also quite a few that are much more unique. Carbon fiber colors, brushed metal colors, satin colors, matte colors, as well as metallics are now available.
Whether you are looking for a full or partial wrap our team at Suncoast Wraps will help customize your vehicle into your very own masterpiece.
Contact us today to learn more about the benefits of a car wrap and let us help you get started on personalizing your vehicle!
Call Suncoast Wraps 1-877-949-WRAP or email email@example.com
Below is 3M standard 1080 Paint replacement color chart and a BMW 740Li wrapped in 3M blue raspberry. The owner wanted to change from black to the blue raspberry to have a color more reflective of the hot Florida sun.