One of the best advertising tools we see our clients use is their vehicle. With a vehicle wrapped in an amazing design featuring your important business information, reaching new customers is easier than ever. When investing in a vehicle wrap, it is important to know the different kinds of wraps you can choose from. Read up on your options below and schedule a consultation with our team to find out which option is best for you and your business.

What is a Vehicle Wrap?

Vehicle wraps are adhesive-backed vinyl that is offered in an array of colors and finishes including, matte, satin, and gloss. Although the vinyl adheres to your car’s paint, it will also help to protect it from the elements. You can remove the film at any time, leaving your paint undamaged.


Full Wrap

If you are looking to maximize your advertising opportunities and create an incredible one-of-a-kind design to show off your unique style, a full vehicle wrap is your best bet. Not only will a full wrap allow you to create the most impactful design, but it will also create the most impactful impressions for potential clients who see it.


Partial Wrap

If you are working on a budget, this can be an excellent solution that offers the benefits of a full wrap at a lower price. A partial wrap provides about 50-60% of the coverage a full wrap does, so you still have plenty of space to create an impactful design.


Spot Graphic

If you’re looking for a more minimalist look, spot graphics may be the best option for you. Perfect for easy reading with a creative flare, spot graphics allow you to pair copy and minimal design to create an easily digestible advertisement for when you’re on the go.



Get straight to the point with vehicle lettering. This is a great option for those wanting to just add the key information their potential clients need to reach them such as a website, phone number, or business name.


Textures & Finishes

Glossy: A glossy wrap has a similar finish to your car’s original paint coating. We use a gloss vinyl material that is smooth, durable, and provides a clean sharp finish.
Matte: A matte wrap has a soft matte finish to it, the opposite of what a gloss finish would look like. The matte vinyl does not reflect light like the gloss vinyl and provides a unique finish you don’t see often.
Satin: A satin wrap provides an in-between finish that is not quite as matte as the matte vinyl but not as reflective as the gloss vinyl.

No Dinx is your local expert for all things business.

Whether it’s logo design, new hats for the crew, or a new vehicle wrap to show off your business, No Dinx has you covered. Stop in and meet our team of designers and see how we can make your next work vehicle stand out from the crowd!

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