What is OMG QuickWrap and PremiumWrap?
Not like existing vinyl wraps (which is more expensive and less durable than ours), both QuickWrap and PremiumWrap are new tech wrappings which are sprayed onto your existing surface directly, when it settles it's just like the second layer of paint. It can be polished with abrasive products. The difference between them is, QuickWrap is thinner, less resistant to scratches but quicker to apply, it takes only 2 days to complete; while PremiumWrap is much thicker, much more durable, and takes longer (>3 days) to complete.
To put it simple, if you get both wraps peeled off, QuickWrap feels like rubber and PremiumWrap feels like PET (plastic water bottle material).
We will upload a couple of photos to show the difference soon.
Both wraps will guarantee no damage to your existing paint surface, because literally there's no adhesive/glue used in the whole process.
How much does it cost?
QuickWrap starts from $1750 and Premium Wrap starts from $3750.
Prices do vary depend on car make and model. Contact us to have your quote now!
My car has scratches and dents, can I still wrap it?
We are also a full function smash repair and mechanic shop. We can fix anything wrong with your car prior to wrapping.
If I change the colour of my car, do I have to update my REGO?
Although you can remove the wrapping by yourself at any time, which can be interpreted as "non-permanent colour change", we still recommend to update your REGO with your state or territory transport authorities to minimise ambiguity.
Good news is, we include free NSW blue slips with all of our colour changing wrap services. It's up to you to go to Service NSW to get your REGO updated, though.
If your car is not registered in NSW, we recommend you to inquire with the transport authority of your state/territory government to make sure.
What warranty do you offer?
We offer 1 year limited warranty on our QuickWrap and 3 years warranty on our PremiumWrap. Generally the wrap would last for the life of the vehicle, and is inexpensive to fix even if you are out of warranty, because the spray-on wrap can be partially fixed just like any other paint surface instead of whole panel repaint.