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Vehicle Wraps

At DAWT, we like to position ourselves right in the center of the automotive vehicle wrap industry. We use a plethora of different products, from 3M, to Avery Dennsion, to VViViD, and more.

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Vehicle Wraps

We get vinyl of all types, and we apply it to all different kinds of vehicles (and watercrafts, etc). It's one of the most satisfying feelings ever to pick a color, test a piece, and see the vinyl create a complete transformation. The best part is, you can always change it up later! 

 

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  • What is Paint Protection Film?
    Kavaca Ceramic Coated Paint Protection Film is a high-tech PPF with super hydrophobic and non-yellowing properties. It has been developed for the automotive industry, but due to its outstanding quality, it can be used in any sphere that requires PPF installation. The film is coated with Ceramic Pro PPF and Vinyl formula during production. This means that as soon as the film is on your car you can benefit from all the hydrophobic qualities of a Ceramic Pro coating in a single installation step.
  • Why should I consider PPF?
    KAVACA Ceramic Coated paint protection film is an investment in protecting your vehicle’s resale value. Every installation is attached to your car, truck, or SUVs CarFax Vehicle History Report. The service and warranty stays with the VIN – meaning it can transfer to the next vehicle owner. Not only that, but when you go to sell or trade in your vehicle, it will stand above the rest because of the extra protection you have given it.
  • What is a Carbon Color Stable Tint?
    If you’re looking for a tint that provides you with better heat rejection properties, then Carbon Color Stable tint is your next best option. Color Stable tint is thought to be a superior grade film in terms of heat rejection and protection compared to dyed window film. One of the most important characteristics of Carbon color stable tint is its resistance to sun fading and discoloration. KAVACA carbon color stable filters up to 70% of infrared heat while protecting you and your passenger from 99.9% of UV rays.
  • Regular Window Tint vs. Ceramic Window Tint
    Did you know that window tinting can now be done using ceramic nanotechnology? In fact, it's not only used, it's highly recommended. But what is the difference? The most basic tint available is dyed window film also known as regular tint. It’s exactly what it sounds like: a dyed film that darkens the shades of your car windows. This is one of the most widely available window tints; in fact, you’ve probably seen a couple of these films stocked at your local convenience store with acronyms such as VLT 5%, 25%, or even 50%. In its most basic form, VLT stands for Visible Light Transmission; these figures indicate how much light can be transmitted through various films, and it also determines how dark your window will appear after it has been applied. For example, a window with 70% VLT will appear very light, whereas a window with 5% VLT will appear very dark. The higher the number, the more see-through your film is, and the lower the number, the less see-through it is.
  • How long does a vehicle wrap take?
    That depends on the preparation needed, but generally it will take 1 - 2 days.
  • Can the wrap be removed?
    Yes. There are a few reasons you might want to remove your wrap. If you are preparing to sell the car and do no want to keep the wrap on If you find that you want a different color or style of wrap If you have damaged the wrap and want to have it repaired
  • What is a vehicle wrap?
    Vehicle wraps are decals or large vinyl graphics that are applied to an entire (or portion) of a car/truck/SUV.
  • Will a vehicle wrap damage my car's paint?
    No. In fact, a professionally installed vehicle wrap will not damage your paint, in fact, it will protect it. An experienced installer knows and understands proper prep techniques so your paint stays protected and undamaged.
  • What is Ceramic Coating?
    Every vehicle, by default, has primer, a base coat of paint, and a clear coat which protects the paint from external elements. A ceramic coating is a product that is applied to the surface of your car on top of the clear coat. It adds a hard shell of protection and allows water, dirt, dust, and other debris to "roll off" the car.
  • Should I use a DIY ceramic coating kit?
    There are a lot of DIY ceramic coating kits coming onto the market. We have a lot of people who try it and then call us needing help. Some things to be aware of if you are going to do this on your own: Here are some pros and cons of using a DIY kit. Pros Nano ceramics are relatively user-friendly and easier to apply Ceramic coating a car offers extremely cost-effective paint protection The results are visible, but have a lot of variables that factor into the quality Cons Properly preparing the surface of your paint can be difficult You may need to conduct extensive research because there are a lot of poor-quality knockoffs out there Companies may not provide you with proper guidance in terms of application Some companies can exaggerate benefits Here at Detail Auto, we use and recommend Ceramic Pro. These are professional products that need to be applied by certified techs. The results, however, will give you the peace of mind knowing it was done correctly and you won't end up frustrated spending a lot more to fix any issues that arise.
  • How does ceramic coating differ from wax or polymers?
    Ceramic coatings and wax/polymers are completely different. Ceramics bond with, but do not damage, your paint. They create a long-lasting bond that offers superior look/feel/protection.
  • How does a ceramic coating work?
    Ceramic coatings (by Ceramic Pro) utilize nanotechnology, which are tiny particles that come together to form a very thin and transparent layer that is invisible to the eye. This layer seals the pores on your car’s paint, producing superior hydrophobic properties, as well as more resistant to ultra-violet rays, scratches, chemicals, and extreme heat. The ceramic coat forms a semi-permanent bond with the surface of your vehicle meaning that it will not wash away or break down over a short period of time.
See Our Vehicle Wrap Work

Take a look at some recent vinyl wraps we have done

Vehicle Wrap Pricing

We offer the following pricing on professional vehicle wrapping. Get in touch for customizing them to fit your needs.

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Coupe

Starts at

$3,250

Vehicle Roof

Starts at

$450

Sedan/Small SUV

Starts at

$4,000

Removal

Per hour

$60

Truck/Large SUV

Starts at

$4,750

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