At #201WRAP, we understand that you may have some questions when it comes to our services. We’ve compiled this page to provide you with your desired answers.

If you have a question that isn’t answered on this page, please call us, and one of our expert team members would love to provide you with the answers you are looking for.

Vehicle Wrapping Frequently Asked Questions

Vehicle wrapping is installing an adhesive-backed vinyl to your vehicle’s surface and forming it to fit the panel. This is removable and provides a protective layer on your vehicle’s exterior. This also makes maintenance easy and eliminates the need to “wax” your car.

Vinyl Wrap will never damage a good paint job; these materials are meant to be installed and removed without damaging the vehicle’s painted surface.

Like many investments, the value in wrapping your vehicle is personal; however, with the protection to your paint and ease of maintenance it will bring you, along with a way to customize your car to your liking, thousands of people every year find that wrapping their vehicle is a very good investment.

Wrapping a vehicle is based on the size, the color/finish you choose, and the condition of your vehicle at the time of wrapping. To give you the best price on your specific vehicle, contact our professionals, and let us provide you with a no-obligation quote based on your project.
The most significant difference is wrap is not permanent, whereas painting your vehicle is. The wrap is almost always faster, independent of a human’s ability to get a perfect finish. Wrapping is also much safer, health-wise, to the installer, whereas painting requires harsh chemicals and a strictly regulated environment.
Yes! However, there are some thicker films, like Paint Protection Film, or PPF, that can be used to provide heavier protection. Wrap films also offer excellent protection against the day-to-day grind put against the surface of any vehicle.
Almost all films carry the same warranty, for your peace of mind. Vinyl is made to work in many applications. What is most important when asking this question is, does the company I choose have the experience and desire to pair my needs with the best film to achieve those needs? 201WRAP has been in business since 2008, and we are the most experienced staff in NorthEast Florida to ensure you get the suitable film to match your exact expectations.
Although it won’t stop everything from penetrating or scratching the surface, wrap films are resilient to soft damage. Even if more substantial damage has occurred, we have seen the paint under the wrap still in good condition.
Wraps are removable, with zero glue or residue left behind; however, once a wrap shows aging (i.e., cracks in the surface or fading), you should remove the wrap quickly instead of letting it deteriorate on the vehicle. Just like paint, maintenance plays a key in the longevity of a wrap; keeping the vehicle clean helps keep the vinyl fresh and longer lasting.

Vehicle wrapping with the intent of promoting a company is currently the lowest cost-per-impression form of advertising. You cannot turn off vehicle wrap advertising, and it lasts for years, vs. all other forms going away in one month to annually.

A well-designed vehicle wrap can bring more core demographic customers to your business because you are working in the most conducive space to your desired customer base. In off times, you can strategically place your vehicle, or ad, anywhere you’d like it to be for no additional costs. This correlates to a business win regarding growing a brand or business in your local market.

Paint Protection Film Frequently Asked Questions

Paint Protection Film (PPF) is a clear plastic product placed onto your vehicle to protect your paint against rock chips, debris, etc. that could come in contact with your car daily.

Long Term Benefits of Paint Protection Films (PPF) are reducing rock chips and paint defects due to the environment. Ease of maintenance as the surface of your vehicle is now top sealed, vs. the porous, clear coat surface. Lastly, Paint Protection Films offer a quick replacement if damaged in one area vs. paint repair of more extensive areas to blend paint.
Most paint protection films are good for 5-10 years based on the actual product you select, as well as your maintenance regime for the vehicle.
Yes! Paint Protection Films are meant to be removed, so they offer a clean removal, free of glue or residue.
Paint Protection Films offer a thick plastic coating to provide protection. Ceramic Coatings offer a hardened layer that is much thinner and not promoted to “protect” but more so to provide ease of maintenance and almost a permanent wax coating.

Ceramic Coating Frequently Asked Questions

Ceramic Coatings are a liquid application that dries to a hardened coating on your vehicle’s clear coat, glass, rim/calipers, textile, and or leather surfaces. Ceramic coatings provide a top coating to the painted clear coat’s porous surface, which allows for easier maintenance and a long-lasting shine to a vehicle.
Ceramic coatings fill in the voids in your vehicle factory clear coat and provide UV protection to the clear coated surface. This provides a longer-lasting clear coat to your vehicle.
Ceramic coatings are applied by hand, so the size of your vehicle is a factor in pricing. #201WRAP offers three levels of layers, and each is priced differently. Because ceramic coatings are permanent, we also recommend a paint correction or repair before installation to ensure the finish looks the best before we coat the vehicle in ceramic products.
We have a full line of ceramic coatings for the marine industry.
The most significant difference between ceramic coating and vinyl wrap is that ceramic coatings are liquid applied, and vinyl wrap is a solid product when used. Ceramic coatings also are not meant to provide any level of protection against debris hitting your vehicle, whereas vinyl wraps will protect against road debris.