If you are new to using car wraps, you may be wondering which car parts you can wrap. The truth is, there are several parts of the car that can and should be wrapped. Though you can have your car fully wrapped, you may prefer limiting it to certain spots on your car.
Bonnet wrap for your car
A partial wrap can be done on the bonnet. This is one of the best options if you want to try car wrapping before committing to it fully. It is also a great way to keep a vulnerable part of your car protected. You won’t have to worry about the paint getting damaged with the wrap blocking it. In general, bonnet wraps are made of carbon fibre and are usually black, meaning they will look good on your car no matter what color they are.
Roof wrap for your car
Instead, you may choose to have only the roof of your car wrapped. Made from the same material as the bonnet wrap, it will preserve the condition of your roof. It also means your car will stand out on the road, among other cars.
In addition, you can also have your tires wrapped, though this is a more difficult process. This type of wrap has to be carefully applied in order to avoid damaging your tires. They are made of vinyl and can be applied to tires without running the risk of changing their physical properties. A diamond cutting style can be used when applying this wrap, which is reversible if you change your mind about it.
Wrapped radiator grill
To upgrade the style of any modern car, you can have the radiator grill wrapped. It is the easiest way to change the color of your car without committing to a whole new paint job. It also changes the finish of your car without having to put a lot of work into it.
Wrapped Door Handle
Wrapping your door handles is a difficult but necessary task if you are having your car wrapped. You may choose to have your door handle wrap match or complement the color of the rest of your car.