The debate over matte black wrapping vs. matte black painting will continue for a long time to come. There are certainly benefits to both. Of course most wrap shops will tell you why matte black wraps are better, and vice versa a paint shop is going to exude the virtues of a matte black paint job.
Why Wrap, and not Paint? Many inquiring customers often wonder to themselves, "Why should I wrap my car instead of painting it?" A paint job can range from $3,000-$10,000+ depending on the quality and paint procedure. Whereas a quality vehicle wrap can cost $3,500-$5,000+ depending on the the material and extent of the project.
The matte car wrap makes your car stand out, in the subtlest, most sleek way possible and protects the original paint. Auto SuperShield is South Florida?s premier matte wrap dealer and installer. We carry matte wrap films from the leading brands and offer the largest selection of matte wrap colors.
Are you looking to get your old car painted? You could save a whole lot of money by doing the job yourself. It's not as difficult as you might assume. This article provides a DIY guide with instructions to paint your car matte black. Take a look
Matte paint emphasizes and accentuates a car's design details much differently than a typical tri-coat or metallic finish. And though black is probably the most popular matte color for a car, an
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