Full Print Wrapping: Detail Is the Key
Full print film is a kind of visual enjoyment on the road. But if it is not wrapped properly, it becomes another story.
A normal non-directional vinyl wrap film might look just fine even if you have slightly overstretched the material - At least it looks ok for the first one or two days. However, a full print film responds right after you act, which means you have to be more cautious than handling a normal vinyl wrap film when wrapping with a full print film.
If you overstretched a full print film, the image becomes distorted, and the color gets whitened right away, which can happen a lot when you are wrapping a recessed area. Let’s take the corner as an example to see how easy a full print film can get distorted and how careful you should be:
Generally speaking, when it comes to a recessed area, it is always good to handle corners first before working on the flat area when wrapping with vinyl wrap film. This rule works for full print film as well.
But if you do not follow this rule, and try to work from the flat area to a corner, you will see the color of the image becomes lighter and lighter at the corner. This is because you are putting a lot of stress at the corner and the film is continuously stretched.
When this happens, it not only makes the film look wrong as the color becomes different but also leads to problems in the future, as you overstretched the film. It will very possibly jump out over time. Thus, one wrong approach can create bad quality and durability.
Mostly, general wrapping techniques can be applied to full print wrapping, depending on the type of film. It just requires you to pay extra attention because neglecting one detail can cause disaster.
Be a little more attentive, you will be able to achieve a perfect full print finish with high-quality and long-term durability. Visit teckwrap.com for more wrap tips.