Q&A

Q. How long does it take to have a vehicle wrapped?

A. Once the design is approved, a standard vehicle can be printed and installed within approximately 10-15 days. Installation will take about 1 full day to complete depending on the size of your vehicle.

Q. Will you pay me to wrap my vehicle as part of an ad campaign?

A. No. We do not pay people to wrap their cars, Getwrapped.ca is paid by companies to wrap company and fleet vehicles.
Q. How long will my wrap last?

A. With proper care a wrap can usually last up to 5 years. Vehicle wraps will also protect your paint during this time.
Q. Will I be able to see out of my windows?

A. Yes. Perforated window film allows an image to exist on a window with minimal vision loss. It can be compared to looking through a screen door. However, legally the windshield, front passenger and driver side windows cannot be wrapped.
Q. Will it damage my vehicles paint? Can I wrap a leased vehicle?

A. Actually, the covered surfaces are protected from the elements. Once removed it leaves no trace. This applies to original factory paint.
Q. What steps should I take to insure the longevity of my wrap?

A. To prolong the life of your wrap: avoid power washing, especially at close range and around the edges of the wrap surface, also avoid using a scraper on wrapped windows to remove snow.
Q. What file formats, sizes, specifications do you require?

A. All artwork info supplied or otherwise, can be found in the pre-press specifications here
Q. In the event of an accident can a panel be replaced?

A. Yes it is possible to reprint a portion of the wrap and have it reapplied.
Q. How effective is a wrap? How is it compared to other forms of outdoor advertising?

A. A wrap is the most cost effective form of outdoor advertising. For an in depth comparisons see the article here.
Q. What can be wrapped?

A. We specialize in vehicle wraps, interior/exterior building wraps, and event graphics. However almost anything can be wrapped and we would love to hear about any unique project that you may have in mind.
Q. Does my vehicle need to be clean when I drop it off?

A. YES! Your vehicle needs to be clean so the wrap can properly bond to the car. A quick run through the car wash should be sufficient. Please AVOID WAXING before bringing your car in.