Ford Connect Full Van Wrap for Shack Shine
Full Van Wrap
This customer started in the GTA recently with Shack Shine and wanted to make a big impact. They brought Vinyl Wrap Toronto their new Ford Connect for a full van wrap. The Ford van is similar to the Ram Promaster City and the Nissan NV200 which is a common workhorse for small to medium-size businesses. This Ford Connect was fairly new, just how we like them. The fewer scratches, dents, or other defects, means the wrap will last longer. We at Vinyl Wrap Toronto do not turn away a vehicle if there are issues. We work with a local body shop and refer the customer there to sort out any issues.
This van was already white, and the customer wanted to protect the paint job by doing a full van wrap. Doing a full van wrap is more costly than just doing the normal stickers or decals. The time and material to do a full wrap can be almost double just doing the decals. If you would like to know more. Speak to one of our team and see what we can do for you. Visit us at 24 Ronson Drive, Unit 1, Etobicoke to meet with one of our experienced team. The vinyl we used is Avery Dennison and we laminated the vinyl using Avery Dennison Laminate. This will ensure the vinyl lasts between 5 and 7 years.
The clients had the rough design from the head office and our graphics team used them to create the finished design. Our installation team had to remove parts of the Ford Connect van to install the full vinyl graphics wrap for Shack Shine. This is normal when doing a full wrap because our installers need to get under and around the parts that are not getting wrapped. The setup of a full wrap can at the start of the installation looks strange and almost does not seem like there is a vehicle underneath all the vinyl. As pieces are trimmed, heated, and stretched to fit, the vehicle shape returns. The images show the transformation of the van.
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