PVC Vinyl has been used for bespoke lettering, logos, and decals since the 1950s, but full automobile wraps have yet to gain traction. Then, in 1993, someone had a simple but innovative idea: why not vinyl cover an automobile completely? Germany required that all taxis be painted beige, yet no paint was required. With a beige vinyl from Kay Premium Marking Films, virtually any vehicle may be made regulation-compliant in just a few hours.
Vinyl car wraps are made out of a polyvinylchloride (PVC) polymer and numerous additives that make it flexible, UV resistant, and colorful. These components are mixed together, then cast onto movable sheets and baked and cured.