Create a clean and aggressive stance, while still maintaining an OEM factory look, by adding a gloss black vinyl roof car wrap. If you want the black roof look, but prefer something slightly more aggressive than what a gloss black roof provides, a matte black vinyl roof wrap may be the answer.
Clean up the lines of your car by blacking out the factory chrome or brushed aluminum trim accents that surround the car. You’ll be amazed at what a minor change of the chrome accents to either a gloss or matte black finish can really do to enhance the look of a car.
Whether your car is brand new or an older model, you can create an updated look by applying a light tint smoke film to either the head or tail lights of your car. Not only does the light tint film give your car a new look, but the film also provides protection against rock chips and fading of your head and tail lights.
Add realistically looking carbon fiber vinyl to the roof of your car to give it an even more aggressive look to really separate and distinguish your car from all of the cars on the road. Perfect for those who are trying to achieve the carbon fiber look, but do not want to pay the high costs for real carbon fiber.
Change up the look of the standard factory wood grain interior trim of your car by adding a carbon fiber or piano glossy black vinyl car wrap. Give your car a unique look that is typically only found in high end sport packaged cars offered from the factory.
This section is for all the items that do not fit in any of the categories above. These are typically specific special requests from customers that bring their car by for something done that isn't the standard vinyl wrapping job. Take a look at these various types of services that previous customers have had done that may inspire or give you ideas for your own car wraps.
For anything that vinyl cannot do, Plasti-Dip does the job. Plasti-Dip can be applied to virtually any surface and is easily reversible just like vinyl wrap.