The Pros And Cons Of Vinyl

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This is the 21st century and people are constantly changing and making new technological advances every day. But the one thing that all of human’s have most in common is vehicles. Cars are the greatest asset to get individuals to point A to Point B so as a human society relies on these a lot, and because people are accustomed to vehicles so much they tend to do what they want with it. People tend to customize them and this causes a great debate whether to paint the car or to vinyl wrap it to make it’s unique as they are, but Although painting a car covers up the scratches and chips in the paint, Vinyl wrapping looks better and is all around more effective. The toss up is between painting and wrapping, most people in this economy want the cheapest …show more content…
Vinyl’s cost is much less and is all around a way better than painting in more ways than just cost. Paint is apt to chip and flake off, the vinyl doesn't do that at all. Vinyl is much more reliable and is very wise to invest money in. It is obvious that vinyl is cheaper, but some would say that when a person buys the cheaper product it often reflects because then the product is super cheap and not reliable and will end up not being worth the time to invest into it. However, that is definitely not the case for vinyl. Not only is the cost and durability involved in the process of deciding whether to get vinyl is also the looks that go into the decision factor of choosing between paint and …show more content…
Another reason that people like vinyl wrapping over painting is that vinyl comes off and is not permanent at all. Vinyl has endless designs just like Adam from Skinz Wrap says,“A paint job is a pretty permanent option on a vehicle, and it’s not really possible to remove a paint job and choose a different color with ease. A vinyl wrap, on the other hand, can be as temporary or as permanent as you wish with a lifespan of up to eight years. If you make a mistake with the vinyl wrap you choose for your vehicle, it is possible to change it without any trouble. It’s much more difficult to “take back” a paint job if you decide you made a mistake on the color.” Vinyl is clearly the best option here because humans are in a world of change and they have new interests and likes and some people want to change the color or design on their car, but they can't, because they have it painted on instead of wrapping it with vinyl. Vinyl also is totally removable and is super easy to take off. Also with the added plus of it has an endless amount of designs. If a person can dream it, it can be wrapped. Technological advances have made it possible for people to create anything and everything on vinyl. It's unbelievable what can go on vinyl in this day and age. Then a few years down the road if the consumer doesn't like it, then he can take it off and get the one he wants on their car or just take off the

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