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  • Disclaimer
    Please be advised that our vehicle wrap shop cannot be held responsible for any paint damage that may occur during the removal process or as a result of alterations made to your vehicle for the installation of the wrap. While we strive to provide a high-quality finished product, it is important to note that modifications and adjustments are necessary to achieve the desired outcome. We recommend consulting with our team to discuss any concerns or questions you may have prior to proceeding with the wrap installation.
  • How long does it take to wrap my vehicle?
    Wrapping your vehicle typically takes 3-5 days, depending on the size and complexity of the wrap.
  • How long do wraps last?
    Wraps typically last anywhere from 3-7 years, depending on the quality of the material used and the care taken to maintain the wrap.
  • Does vinyl wrap damage my vehicle?
    No, vinyl wrap does not damage your vehicle if it is applied correctly and maintained properly.
  • How do you wash a wrap?
    It is recommended to use a mild soap and water to wash your wrap. Do not use any harsh chemicals or abrasives.
  • Does vinyl wrap protect car paint?
    Yes! Vinyl wraps are designed to protect the paint of your car from scratches, chips, and fading due to UV exposure.
  • Is there any warranty offered?
    Yes, Wrap Factory offers a 5 -year warranty on all wraps.
  • How many stars should my car have?
    The number of stars is up to you, however, we recommend no more than 2500 stars and nothing less of 400 stars inside of a vehicle.
  • Can you install starlight ceiling in homes?
    Yes, we offer installation of starlight ceiling in movie rooms, sauna, bedrooms, and bathrooms. The luxury feeling can be felt anywhere inside your home.
  • How long does install take?
    Installs typically take a full 12-24 hrs. We do not keep vehicle for installation, we only need the vehicle for a hour to disassemble and we will call you when it is time to pickup.
  • Does Stars damage my vehicle?
    No, stars will not damage your vehicle as long as they are applied correctly by professional installers.
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