Wrapped from white to matt metallic grey

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I have wrapped my E63s in Matt metallic grey, had a great week at PW Pro.

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Nice work, how much should I expect to pay for the wrap on a 14 E63? duration?
 
That looks great, likewise interested in the cost (PM if don't want to make public)
 
Nice . PW Pro are the only guys I'd trust to wrap my car !
 
What prep do they do to clean and decontaminate the car of moisture, dirt, film etc (out of interest)
 
Looks great mate, I have just had mine wrapped mine in nardo grey high gloss with yiannimize, pick it up Friday morning.

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W212 E63 White 2014. M19YLR
 
Both look amazing!

I never thought I would say that about a wrap being a 50 year old traditionalist.
 
Snap. The E63's look great

 
Hi, in response to the cost questions it depends on a few factors 1. How far do you go? I.e. Inside of doors and door shuts. 2. Material.
An average cost is around £2500

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Hi, in response to the cost questions it depends on a few factors 1. How far do you go? I.e. Inside of doors and door shuts. 2. Material.
An average cost is around £2500

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I think both cars look good, but I personally prefer the gloss finish over the matt.

When you mention material affecting the price, do you mean the extra amount to cover the door shuts or do you mean a different material?

I'd just assumed that all wraps used the same covering material.

Thanks
 
No, different finishes often come from different suppliers. A good wrapping company should use 3M or equivalent premium vinyl for this sort of thing. There is some cheap tat out there but the price reflects.
 
How do wraps fare with stone ships etc...

E,g do stone chips make the wrap around that area start peeling?

Would love to get one in the upcoming future once I find the right car..
 
Very Impressive
 
How do wraps fare with stone ships etc...

E,g do stone chips make the wrap around that area start peeling?

Would love to get one in the upcoming future once I find the right car..

Modern wraps, like the one on mine is termed as 'self healing'. If it rips or tears then you can fix it with heat. Stone chips are different as that's down to vinyl being removed by a stone. Small ones can be healed. Larger ones are to either be tolerated or have the panel rewrapped. Much cheaper than paint.
 
And no, it doesn't peel off if you act quickly.
 
Same worries

How do wraps fare with stone ships etc...

E,g do stone chips make the wrap around that area start peeling?

Would love to get one in the upcoming future once I find the right car..

This has always been a worry for me, however on the counterside of this then it stops the stonechips to the paint !
 
This has always been a worry for me, however on the counterside of this then it stops the stonechips to the paint !


Most of them yes. Big stones still hit paint, but that's life in motoring.
 
Guys you have made me so happy there are at least two less white Mercs on the road!! Lol

Seriously stunning cars, prefer the gloss finish, looks bad ass whilst looking OEM. [emoji1303]
 

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