We understand that a variety of businesses and professional vinyl graphics installers visit our website, and after learning about our services, they may have numerous questions.

Feel free to explore the FAQs below, as they will assist you in deciding how to use our services and ultimately enhance the visibility of your brand.

Can I finance my graphics or wrap installation?2024-05-16T10:17:37-04:00

No, we are not able to finance your vehicle wrap installation at this time. On the other side, we can suggest to you what is overall price range for graphics installation on a car or any other suitable surfaces will be depending on your project size.

There are several options for financing a vehicle wrap in Toronto, Ontario:

  1. Specialized Financing Companies: Some companies specialize in financing vehicle modifications, including wraps. They may offer financing options specifically tailored for this purpose.
  2. Banks and Credit Unions: Many banks and credit unions offer personal loans or lines of credit that can be used for vehicle modifications, including wraps. You can inquire about their terms and interest rates.
  3. Vehicle Wrap Providers: Some vehicle wrap companies offer financing options or partnerships with financing companies to help customers afford their services. They may have arrangements in place to assist you with financing the wrap or other graphics installation project directly through them.
  4. Credit Cards: Using a credit card with a sufficient credit limit is another option for financing a vehicle wrap. However, be mindful of the interest rates and repayment terms associated with using a credit card for this purpose.


What payment methods do you accept?2024-05-13T16:33:38-04:00

We accept cash and checks.

Keep in mind that the cheque clearance process can take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks. Even our bank adopted faster cheque clearing systems such as image-based cheque clearing, it could take some time hence we may ask for initial deposit if graphics installation work has significant costs.

Why should I use V. Creative Graphics?2024-05-16T11:16:32-04:00

Vinyl installation: we are 3M and Avery Dennison certified installers with over 20 years of graphics installation experience. Hundreds of successful vinyl graphics and wraps projects installed by us in the Great Toronto Area with total customers satisfactions.

We strive to give our customers the same excellent service and attention that we would expect ourselves. In addition to great service and superior designs, we always promise reasonable and, in many cases, the lowest price for your vinyl graphics installation projects.

Our strength is  in the following:

  • Attention to Detail: close attention to every detail of the installation process, ensuring that graphics are applied accurately and without any flaws.
  • Technical Skills: a strong understanding of the materials and have the technical skills to handle various types of graphics and substrates.
  • Precision and Accuracy: a steady hand allows to work meticulously to ensure precise alignment and application of graphics, even on complex surfaces.
  • Creativity: creative thinking to solve installation challenges and suggest improvements when necessary.
  • Time Management: efficiently manages time to complete installations within deadlines while maintaining quality standards.
  • Communication Skills: effectively communicating with customers and graphics providers to ensure everyone is on the same page regarding project requirements and timelines.
  • Problem-Solving Abilities: quickly identify and address issues that arise during installation, finding solutions to overcome obstacles without compromising quality.
  • Professionalism: maintains a professional demeanor at all times, including punctuality, cleanliness, and respect for the client’s property.
  • Adaptability: ability to adapt to different environments and challenges, whether it’s working outdoors, on irregular surfaces, or with unconventional materials.
  • Customer Satisfaction Focus: prioritizes customer satisfaction by delivering high-quality work and providing excellent customer service throughout the installation process.


How can I assure I’ll be satisfied with the installation results?2024-05-16T11:20:38-04:00

Satisfaction is one of our top priorities. We are prioritizing customer satisfaction by delivering high-quality work and providing excellent customer service throughout the entire graphics or wrap installation process. You may see some of our recent vinyl graphics, films and wraps installations by visiting this link.

How effective graphics ads at a storefront graphics or a car wrap?2024-05-16T11:22:00-04:00

Graphics ads at a storefront can be highly effective in capturing the attention of potential customers and driving foot traffic into the store. Here’s why:

  1. Visibility: Storefront graphics are highly visible to pedestrians and passing vehicles, making them an effective way to grab attention and increase brand visibility in a busy commercial area.
  2. Brand Promotion: Graphics ads can prominently display the store’s branding, logo, and key messages, reinforcing brand identity and creating a lasting impression on viewers.
  3. Attractiveness: Well-designed graphics ads with vibrant colors, attractive images, and compelling messages can make the storefront visually appealing, drawing people in and sparking curiosity about the products or services offered.
  4. Informational: Graphics ads can convey important information such as promotions, sales, new product launches, or store hours, helping to inform potential customers and encourage them to visit the store.
  5. Differentiation: Unique and eye-catching storefront graphics can set the store apart from competitors and make it stand out in a crowded retail environment.
  6. 24/7 Marketing: Unlike other forms of advertising that have limited visibility or time constraints, storefront graphics provide round-the-clock exposure, maximizing the chances of reaching potential customers at any time of the day.
  7. Targeted Advertising: By strategically designing graphics ads to cater to the store’s target audience and location, businesses can effectively target specific demographics and increase the likelihood of attracting potential customers who are more likely to convert.
  8. Cost-Effective: Compared to other forms of advertising such as TV or radio commercials, storefront graphics can offer a relatively cost-effective way to reach a large audience and generate local awareness for the business.
  9. Customizability: Storefront graphics can be easily customized and updated to reflect seasonal promotions, special events, or changes in branding, allowing businesses to keep their storefronts fresh and engaging.
  10. Measurable Impact: By tracking foot traffic and sales data before and after implementing storefront graphics ads, businesses can measure the impact of their advertising efforts and make informed decisions about future marketing strategies.

Lots of similarities from graphics installations at storefront walls and windows are applicable to the car wraps. In addition, special studies have shown that a car wrap can get up to 8.3 million views per year in a city of 50,000 people. In a medium-sized city, a car wrap can make 1,000 to 2,500 impressions per hour on a busy boulevard. In large metropolis area, like Great Toronto Area, impressions per hour can be as high as 20,000.

Why a graphic installation, why not just advertise in newspapers or magazines?2024-05-16T11:22:36-04:00

To see the difference between stationary advertisement by graphics installation on walls, windows, special signs, storefronts or car wraps vs press or internet sites:

  • combine the total amount of money you or your company spends on advertising each fiscal year
  • compare that cost to that of graphics installation or a car wrap, also factoring in that vinyl installation or a car wrap lasts between 3 and 5 years and will be seen by millions over that period of time
  • combine press or online monthly fees or maintenance/renewal charges with nothing of those charges after graphics installation.
  • you buy it, you own it! The odds are that graphics installation at your premises a car wrap will be significantly lower than traditional advertising methods.

To much to hire professional installer? Contact us to negotiate pricing! Still a problem – just follow our recommendation to do it by yourself.

Will a graphics installation or wrap damage the underneath paint?2024-05-16T11:23:17-04:00

No, and to the contrary, a car wrap or vinyl graphics film, when applied and removed correctly by a professional installer, will actually protect your paint! The only way the paint on your vehicle could become damaged is if the paint was either already chipped/damaged upon installation of the wrap or if you applied a new coat of paint over the existing OEM.

Anyhow, to minimize the risk of damage, consider the following steps:

  • Test Vinyl Graphics in a Small Area: Before applying vinyl to a large area, test it in a small, inconspicuous spot to see how the paint reacts.
  • Use Low-Tack Adhesive: If possible, use vinyl graphics with a low-tack adhesive that is designed to be removable.
  • Proper Surface Preparation: Ensure the surface is clean and the paint is fully cured before applying vinyl graphics.
  • Heat Application: When removing vinyl, gently heat it with a hairdryer to soften the adhesive. This can help in peeling off the vinyl without taking the paint with it.
  • Slow Removal of Vinyl Graphics: Peel the vinyl off slowly and at a sharp angle to minimize the risk of lifting the paint.

Very important  to use proper installer tool to ensure in good result after vinyl graphics uninstallation.

Can I take it through the car-wash?2024-05-16T11:23:47-04:00

Yes, you can take a vehicle with a wrap through a car wash, but there are some precautions to consider to avoid damaging the wrap. Here are some guidelines:

  • Touchless Car Washes: It’s recommended to use a touchless car wash system, as brush car washes may cause damage to the vehicle graphic, such as dulling, scratching, and lifting the edges of the vinyl.
  • Pressure Washing: If using a pressure washer, ensure the water pressure is kept below 2000 psi, the water temperature is below 80 degrees Celsius, and the nozzle is at least one foot away from the vinyl at a 90-degree angle.
  • Hand Washing: Hand washing is the preferred method for cleaning a wrapped vehicle. Use a mild car wash detergent and a soft sponge or microfiber cloth to clean the wrap, starting from the top and working your way down.
  • Avoid Abrasive Tools: Do not use rough scrubbing or abrasive tools, as they can scratch the film. If you need to remove difficult contaminants like bird droppings or tree sap, soften them with very hot, soapy water before rinsing.
  • Immediate Cleanup: In case of gasoline spills on the wrap, wipe it off immediately to prevent the vinyl and adhesive from degrading.
What if I dent a side of my car, can my car wrap be fixed?2024-05-16T11:24:10-04:00

Yes, we can replace the damaged pieces or panels of your car wrap in many cases. Whenever, whether or not the car wrap can be fixed depends on the extent and nature of the damage:

  1. Minor Dents: If the dent is minor and the wrap is not torn or severely stretched, it might be possible to fix the dent without replacing the wrap. We often use painless dent repair (PDR) techniques to gently massage the dent out from behind the panel. If the wrap conforms to the panel once the dent is fixed, it may look almost as good as new.
  2. Moderate to Severe Dents: If the dent is more severe and has caused the wrap to stretch, tear, or develop wrinkles, repairing the wrap without replacing it is less likely. In such cases, we will need to remove and replace the damaged section of the wrap.
  3. Wrap Condition: The age and condition of the wrap also play a role. Older wraps might not reattach or conform as well after a dent repair, and it might be more practical to replace the entire wrap on the affected panel. Please contact us with more details.
  4. Partial Replacement: If only a section of the wrap is damaged, we can often replace just that portion, matching it to the rest of the wrap. This requires precision and may not be perfect if the wrap has faded over time.
  5. Type of Wrap: Some wraps are more forgiving and easier to repair than others. High-quality, durable wraps can sometimes withstand minor repairs better than cheaper options.
Will my car wrap peel or fade?2024-05-16T11:24:35-04:00

The majority of vehicle wraps last for 3 to 4 years, but some car wraps can peel or fade over time due to various factors. Here are some key points to consider:

  • Peeling: Peeling can occur when the adhesive bond between the vinyl and the car’s surface weakens or breaks. This could be due to improper installation, high pressure from car washes, or simply the age of the wrap.
  • Fading: Fading and discoloration can happen due to prolonged exposure to UV rays, which can cause the colors to look dull over time. High-quality wraps are engineered to resist fading, but some degree of color change is inevitable.

To minimize these issues, it’s important to:

  • Use high-quality vinyl materials.
  • Ensure professional installation.
  • Regularly maintain the wrap by cleaning with gentle products.
  • Park in the shade or use a car cover to reduce UV exposure.

By following these precautions, you can extend the life of your car wrap and keep it looking vibrant for longer.

How durable is the vinyl?2024-05-16T11:25:29-04:00

The durability of vinyl graphics depends on various factors such as the quality of the vinyl material used, the environmental conditions they are exposed to, and how well they are installed and maintained. Generally, high-quality vinyl graphics installed properly can be quite durable. Here are some factors that contribute to their durability:

  1. Vinyl Material Quality: High-quality vinyl materials, especially those specifically designed for outdoor use, tend to be more durable and resistant to fading, tearing, and peeling compared to lower-quality materials.
  2. Lamination: Adding a protective laminate layer over the vinyl graphics can enhance their durability by providing an extra barrier against UV rays, moisture, scratches, and other environmental factors.
  3. Adhesive Strength: The adhesive used to attach the vinyl graphics to the surface plays a crucial role in their durability. A strong and durable adhesive ensures that the graphics remain firmly in place even in harsh weather conditions.
  4. Environmental Factors: Vinyl graphics exposed to extreme weather conditions such as direct sunlight, heavy rain, snow, or high winds may experience faster wear and tear compared to graphics installed in more moderate environments.
  5. Proper Installation: Proper installation by skilled professionals is essential for ensuring the longevity of vinyl graphics. Improper installation, such as inadequate surface preparation or air bubbles trapped under the graphics, can lead to premature failure.
  6. Surface Preparation: Thoroughly cleaning and preparing the surface before installing vinyl graphics helps ensure proper adhesion and longevity. Surfaces that are dirty, uneven, or rough may cause the graphics to peel or lift over time.
  7. Maintenance: Regular maintenance, such as cleaning the graphics with mild detergent and water and avoiding harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, can help prolong their lifespan.
  8. Expected Lifespan: The manufacturer or supplier of the vinyl graphics typically provides information on the expected lifespan of the material under various conditions. Choosing a vinyl material with a longer lifespan can increase durability.

Overall, while vinyl graphics can be quite durable, their longevity depends on factors such as material quality, installation quality, environmental conditions, and maintenance practices. Proper selection, installation, and maintenance are key to maximizing the durability of vinyl graphics.

Will wraps fade due to being in the sun?2024-05-16T11:25:52-04:00

We, certified installers at V. Creative Graphics, use solvent-based inks that actually penetrate and soak into the vinyl so the inks will not fade like normal inks would.

Anyhow, if your car wrapped with less quality vinyl graphics than vehicle wraps can fade due to being in the sun. The ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can cause the vinyl to fade and crack over time. Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can lead to the wrap’s colors becoming dull and the material degrading. To protect your car wrap from sun damage, it’s important to take measures such as:

  • Parking in the shade to limit UV exposure.
  • Using vinyl-safe waxes and protective sprays that are designed to protect against UV rays.
  • Considering the orientation of the wrap during application; vertical applications are less susceptible to sun damage.

Taking these precautions can help maintain the vibrant colors and longevity of your vehicle wrap.

What is a vinyl graphic or wrap?2024-05-16T11:03:16-04:00

A vinyl graphic or wrap is a type of adhesive film made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) that can be applied to the surface of a vehicle or other objects such as wall, windows or murals for decorative, protective, or advertising purposes. Here’s a detailed overview:

Types of Vinyl Wraps

  • Full Wrap: Covers the entire surface of the vehicle, changing its color or adding a custom design.
  • Partial Wrap: Covers only specific parts of the vehicle, such as the hood, roof, or sides.
  • Decals and Graphics: Smaller pieces of vinyl cut into specific shapes or designs, often used for logos, branding, or decorative elements.

Key Features

  • Customization: Vinyl wraps offer extensive customization options, including a wide range of colors, finishes (matte, gloss, satin, metallic, chrome), and graphics.
  • Protection: They protect the underlying paint from UV rays, minor abrasions, and contaminants like dirt and chemicals.
  • Reversibility: Vinyl wraps can be removed without damaging the original paint, making them a temporary solution for those who want to change their vehicle’s appearance.

Application Process

  • Preparation: The vehicle’s surface must be thoroughly cleaned and any imperfections should be addressed.
  • Installation: The vinyl is applied to the surface, often starting from the middle and working outward to avoid bubbles and wrinkles. Heat and specialized tools are used to conform the vinyl to the vehicle’s contours.
  • Finishing: Edges are trimmed, and the vinyl is smoothed out to ensure a seamless look.


  • Cost-Effective: Compared to a new paint job, vinyl wraps are generally more affordable.
  • Versatility: They can easily be changed or updated to keep up with trends or branding changes.
  • Durability: High-quality vinyl wraps can last several years if properly maintained.


  • Cleaning: Vinyl wraps should be cleaned with mild soap and water, avoiding harsh chemicals and abrasive materials.
  • Protection: Avoid automatic car washes with brushes, which can damage the wrap. Hand washing is recommended.

Vinyl wraps are popular among car enthusiasts and businesses for their versatility, aesthetic appeal, and protective qualities. Whether for a personal vehicle or a commercial fleet, they provide a dynamic way to alter a vehicle’s appearance without permanent changes.

Is visibility OK through vinyl graphics on my windows?2024-05-16T11:15:51-04:00

Yes, visibility through vinyl graphics on building windows is always okay, on car windows is generally okay. The vinyl used for window graphics is typically perforated, meaning it has tiny holes that allow for one-way visibility. This design lets you see out from the inside of the vehicle while still displaying the graphic on the outside.

The perforation pattern is usually described in terms of the ratio of printable area to open area. Common ratios are 65/35 and 50/50, where the first number represents the percentage of the material that is printable, and the second number represents the open space. The 50/50 perforation pattern provides more visibility but less graphic coverage, while the 65/35 offers a larger graphic area but slightly reduced visibility.

It’s important to note that while these graphics provide visibility, they may slightly reduce the amount of light entering the building or vehicle and can appear as a tint from the inside. However, car vinyl graphics designed not to obstruct the driver’s view and are a popular choice for vehicle advertising because of their minimal impact on visibility.

Vinyl wrap: does the original car color matters to be wrapped by graphics?2024-05-16T12:45:03-04:00

Vinyl wrap: the original color of your car does not fundamentally prevent you from getting a vinyl wrap, but it can have some implications for the process and the final result. Here are the key considerations:

Coverage and Quality

  • Full Coverage: A high-quality wrap, when professionally installed, will completely cover the original color of your car, making it invisible. This includes wrapping around edges, door jambs, and other visible areas.
  • Quality of Installation: The effectiveness of hiding the original color depends on the quality of the wrap and the skill of the installer. Any gaps or misalignments might expose the original color, especially around edges and seams.

Color Contrast

  • High Contrast: If there is a significant contrast between the original color and the wrap, any small imperfections or areas where the wrap doesn’t fully cover will be more noticeable. For example, wrapping a dark car with a light-colored wrap will make any exposed edges more apparent.
  • Low Contrast: If the original color is similar to the color of the wrap, minor imperfections will be less noticeable, providing a more seamless look.

Wrap Selection

  • Thickness and Opacity: High-quality wraps are thicker and more opaque, which better hides the original color. Cheaper or thinner wraps might not provide full coverage, allowing the original color to show through, especially if the wrap is light and the car is dark.
  • Multiple Layers: Some complex designs or light-colored wraps might require multiple layers to ensure the original color is completely hidden.

Edge and Corner Management

  • Attention to Detail: Skilled installers will pay extra attention to edges, corners, and areas like door jambs to ensure the original color is not visible.
  • Door Jambs and Seams: Some car owners opt to leave door jambs and inner edges unwrapped if they are less concerned about complete coverage, which can sometimes show the original color when doors are open.

Removal and Resale

  • Protecting Original Paint: The wrap can protect the original paint, preserving the car’s resale value by maintaining the paint’s condition underneath.
  • Ease of Removal: When removing the wrap, the original color and paint should remain intact and undamaged, provided the wrap was properly installed and removed.

In summary, while the original color of your car can have some impact on the final appearance and the wrapping process, it does not prevent you from getting a vinyl wrap. We will try to match the car’s current color as close as possible.

Do you wrap the front windows? What about the windshield?2024-05-16T12:56:52-04:00

According to the Ontario Highway Traffic Act (HTA) and regulations, there are restrictions you need to be aware of:

Windshield and Front Side Windows


  • Tinting: No tinting is allowed on the windshield, except for a strip along the top. This strip cannot exceed 75 mm (approximately 3 inches) in width.
  • Wraps/Graphics: Applying vinyl wraps, graphics, or any other materials that obstruct the view through the windshield is prohibited. This ensures that the driver’s view is not impaired, maintaining safety.

Front Side Windows:

  • Tinting: The front side windows (the windows beside the driver and front passenger) must allow at least 70% light transmittance, meaning they cannot be heavily tinted.
  • Wraps/Graphics: Similar to tinting laws, any materials such as wraps or graphics that significantly reduce visibility through these windows are not allowed. The windows must allow enough light to pass through and provide a clear view for the driver.
  • Legal References

Ontario Highway Traffic Act, Section 73 (1): This section outlines that no person shall drive a vehicle upon a highway when the view of the driver is obstructed by a windshield, window, or any other part of the vehicle.

Ontario Regulation 611, Section 73.1 (2): Specifies the permissible tint levels and other regulations for the windows of a motor vehicle.

Safety and Compliance

  • Safety Inspections: During safety inspections, vehicles with non-compliant window tints or obstructions may fail, resulting in fines or orders to remove the offending materials.
  • Police Enforcement: Police officers can stop vehicles if they suspect the windows do not comply with the regulations. Non-compliant drivers may receive fines or be required to remove the tint or wrap.

Practical Considerations

  • Visibility: The primary concern with any tint, wrap, or obstruction on the windshield and front side windows is the driver’s visibility, both for seeing the road clearly and for making eye contact with other road users.
  • Heat and UV Protection: While you may want tints or wraps for reasons such as reducing glare, blocking UV rays, or for aesthetic purposes, it’s important to use legal and compliant methods, such as using approved sun strips on the windshield or lighter tints on the front side windows.

In summary, Ontario laws prohibit any significant obstruction, including wraps and tints, on the front side windows and windshield that reduce visibility. Ask us if you’re planning to install vinyl graphics or wraps to ensure that any modifications to your vehicle’s windows comply with the local regulations to maintain safety and avoid penalties.

Do you wrap the roof of the vehicle?2024-05-16T13:06:41-04:00

We will install vinyl graphics on any painted surface of the vehicle. Wrapping a car roof, as asked, has several benefits:

  • Enhanced Aesthetics: A car roof wrap can significantly change the look of your vehicle, allowing for a custom appearance. It comes in various colors and finishes, enabling you to personalize and stand out.
  • Paint Protection: The wrap acts as a protective layer, shielding the car’s original paint from scratches, fading, and minor damages. This is especially useful for the roof, which is highly exposed to environmental elements.
  • Easy Maintenance: Maintaining a wrapped roof is straightforward. It typically requires just washing with mild soap and water, without the need for waxing.
  • Cost-Effective Option: Compared to a full paint job, wrapping is a more affordable way to upgrade the look of your car. It can also be a cost-effective solution if only the roof needs a cosmetic update.
  • Reversible Modification: If you decide to change the look of your car or return it to its original state, the wrap can be removed without damaging the underlying paint.

These reasons contribute to the popularity of vehicle roof wraps as a way to customize and protect vehicles.

Can you wrap a fiberglass surface?2024-05-16T13:29:27-04:00

Yes, it is possible to wrap a fiberglass surface. Fiberglass can be wrapped using different techniques and materials, and it’s important to consider the type of fiberglass and the intended use of the wrapped material. Fiberglass is a durable, lightweight material commonly used in various industries, including construction, marine, and automotive. When wrapping fiberglass, you can use methods such as heat shrink sleeves, protective tapes, and coatings to protect it from damage, UV rays, and other external factors. These methods can extend the lifespan of fiberglass and improve its performance, as well as enhance its appearance.

Proper surface preparation is crucial for a secure hold when wrapping fiberglass. This includes cleaning the surface, removing any debris, sanding for adhesion, and ensuring all dust is removed before applying the wrap. If you’re considering wrapping a fiberglass surface, consult us – we have over 20 years of experience in this area hence advisable to ensure the best outcome.

Do you wrapping rims?2024-05-16T13:35:07-04:00

We do not recommend wrapping rims due to the complexity and the harsh conditions rims will endure. Wrapping rims can make sense if you are looking for a temporary, customizable, and cost-effective way to change the look of your vehicle’s rims. However, due to the challenging conditions rims face, consider the durability and maintenance requirements. For a more permanent and robust solution, powder coating or professional painting might be better alternatives:

  • Powder Coating: A more durable and long-lasting option than wrapping. Powder coating provides a tough finish that can withstand the rigors of daily driving and harsh conditions.
  • Painting: Offers customization but might not be as durable as powder coating. However, it can be a more permanent solution compared to wraps.
Can you wrap my boat? What about a plane?2024-05-16T13:15:50-04:00

Vinyl wraps are not limited to cars; they can also be used on boats and planes for both aesthetic and practical purposes. So – if rolls, floats, or fly’s we can wrap it! Here’s an overview of using wraps on boats and planes:

Boat Wraps


  • Aesthetics: Boat wraps allow for a wide range of custom designs, colors, and graphics, which can be more dynamic and varied compared to traditional paint jobs.
  • Protection: Wraps protect the original paint or gel coat from UV rays, saltwater, and minor abrasions.
  • Cost-Effective: Wrapping a boat is often cheaper than a full repaint, especially for complex designs.
  • Reversibility: Vinyl wraps can be removed without damaging the original surface, allowing boat owners to update the look periodically or revert to the original finish.


  • Durability: Marine environments are harsh, so it’s essential to use high-quality, marine-grade vinyl that can withstand exposure to saltwater, sun, and varying temperatures.
  • Installation: Professional installation is crucial for ensuring a smooth, bubble-free application, especially on the complex curves and contours of a boat.
  • Maintenance: Wrapped boats require careful maintenance. They should be cleaned with mild soap and water, avoiding abrasive materials and harsh chemicals.

Plane Wraps


  • Aesthetics: Aircraft wraps offer customization for commercial branding, unique designs, or color changes without the downtime and expense of painting.
  • Weight: Vinyl wraps are lightweight compared to paint, which can be beneficial for maintaining optimal flight performance.
  • Protection: Wraps protect the aircraft’s surface from UV rays, minor abrasions, and weathering.
  • Reversibility: Similar to boats, wraps can be removed or changed, allowing for updates to designs or reverting to the original finish without permanent alteration.


  • Aviation Regulations: Any modifications, including wraps, must comply with aviation regulations and standards set by aviation authorities like the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) in the U.S. or Transport Canada.
  • Durability: Aircraft experience extreme conditions, so high-quality aviation-grade vinyl must be used to withstand UV radiation, temperature changes, and high speeds.
  • Installation: Professional installation is vital to ensure the wrap adheres properly and does not interfere with the aircraft’s aerodynamics or safety features.
  • Maintenance: Wrapped planes require regular inspections to ensure the wrap remains intact and does not peel or bubble, which could affect aerodynamics or safety.

Both boat and plane wraps offer significant advantages in terms of customization, protection, and cost-effectiveness. However, due to the specific environmental challenges and regulatory requirements, it’s essential to use high-quality materials and professional installers like us to ensure the wrap performs well and complies with all relevant standards.

What if I want my advertising to be visible at night?2024-05-16T14:58:26-04:00

Reflective vinyl graphics is the answer to your question. It offers several advantages, making it a popular choice for various applications, especially where visibility and safety are important. Here are the key benefits:

Increased Nighttime Visibility: reflective vinyl graphics are highly visible in low-light conditions and at night. When light hits the reflective surface, it bounces back, making the graphics stand out even in the dark.


  • Reflective graphics improve safety for vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrians. For example, reflective decals on a vehicle can make it more visible to other drivers, reducing the risk of accidents.
  • Emergency vehicles, construction equipment, and safety gear often use reflective graphics to ensure they are easily seen, improving safety in various situations.

Wide Range of Applications:

  • Reflective vinyl can be used on vehicles, signs, clothing, helmets, and more. This versatility makes it suitable for advertising, safety, and decorative purposes.
  • Businesses can use reflective graphics for storefronts, promotional displays, and company vehicles to attract attention day and night.

Customizable: reflective vinyl graphics come in various colors, patterns, and designs, allowing for extensive customization. This makes them suitable for branding and creating unique, eye-catching designs.

Weather Resistance: reflective vinyl is designed to withstand various weather conditions, including rain, snow, and UV exposure. This makes it durable and long-lasting, maintaining its reflective properties over time.

Easy Maintenance: reflective vinyl graphics are easy to clean and maintain. Regular cleaning with mild soap and water is usually sufficient to keep them looking bright and reflective.

Affordable Visibility Solution: compared to other high-visibility solutions, such as lighting systems, reflective vinyl is a cost-effective option. It provides excellent visibility without the ongoing costs associated with electricity and maintenance of lighting systems.

Long Lifespan: the durability of reflective vinyl means it does not need to be replaced frequently, offering long-term cost savings.

Practical Applications

Commercial Use:

  • Businesses can use reflective graphics on company trucks to ensure their brand is visible at all times. This not only enhances branding but also improves the safety of the vehicle.
  • Reflective signs and decals in warehouses, factories, and other work environments improve safety by making important information and hazard warnings more visible.

Personal Use:

  • Reflective graphics on bicycles, motorcycles, and personal vehicles enhance safety for individuals by making them more visible to others on the road.
  • Reflective decals on clothing and accessories, such as backpacks and helmets, enhance the visibility of pedestrians and cyclists.


Custom car magnets: Can you make them for my vehicles?2024-05-16T18:17:59-04:00

Yes, we can create custom car magnets that are personalized, magnetic signs designed to be attached to a vehicle’s surface for advertising, decoration, or informational purposes. Here are some key aspects of custom car magnets:

  • Material:
  • Magnetic Sheeting: Made from a flexible magnetic material that can adhere securely to metal surfaces of a vehicle without damaging the paint.
  • Weather-Resistant: Often coated with UV-resistant and waterproof materials to withstand various weather conditions.


  • Size and Shape: Available in various sizes and shapes, ranging from small logos to full-door advertisements.
  • Design: Customizable with different colors, graphics, text, and images. Businesses can incorporate their branding elements such as logos, slogans, and contact details.

Printing Quality:

  • High-Resolution Printing: Ensures that the designs are sharp, vibrant, and professional-looking.
  • Durability: High-quality printing and materials ensure the magnets maintain their appearance over time without fading or peeling.

Some important benefits of them:

  • Non-Permanent: Easily removable without leaving any residue or damage, allowing for flexible use and repositioning.
  • Cost-Effective: An affordable form of advertising compared to permanent vehicle wraps or paint jobs.
  • Versatile: Can be used on various types of vehicles, including cars, trucks, vans, and buses.
  • Visibility: Increases brand visibility and reach as the vehicle moves through different areas.


Please contact us and we’ll be glad to do them for you.

Do you produce vinyl signs?2024-05-16T18:30:43-04:00

Absolutely! We are working closely with graphics designers, vinyl graphics printing companies and manufacturers hence producing vinyl signs is not a problem but they are heavily depending on several factors, including the complexity of the design, the size of the sign, the quantity ordered, and our current workload. Here are some general guidelines:

  • Simple Designs: For basic vinyl signs with standard shapes and minimal graphics, production can often be completed within a few days.
  • Complex Projects: More intricate designs or larger quantities may require a week or more to produce. This includes time for design proofs, adjustments, and the actual manufacturing process.
  • Rush Orders: Some companies offer expedited services for an additional fee if you need your signs quickly.

It’s always best to discuss your specific needs with us to get an accurate estimate of the production and installation timeframe.


Why should I wrap car as opposed to paint or put on it vinyl lettering?2024-05-16T19:05:10-04:00

Wrap car has several advantages over traditional painting or using vinyl lettering. Here are some reasons why you might choose to wrap your car:

  1. Versatility in Design: Car wraps offer a wide range of colors, finishes, textures, patterns, and custom graphics, providing more design options than paint.
  2. Paint Protection: Wraps act as a protective layer, preserving the original paint from scratches, chips, and UV damage.
  3. Cost-Effectiveness: Generally, wraps are more budget-friendly than a high-quality paint job, especially considering the labor costs and the potential for future changes.
  4. Quick Installation: Applying a wrap is faster than painting, meaning less downtime for your vehicle.
  5. Removability: Wraps can be easily removed, allowing you to revert to the original paint or update the design without permanent changes.
  6. Resale Value: Keeping the original paint intact under the wrap can help maintain the car’s resale value.
  7. Temporary Branding: For businesses, wraps are ideal for temporary branding or advertising campaigns, as they can be changed or removed as needed.
  8. Less Maintenance: Wraps are easier to maintain than paint, requiring just simple washing without the need for waxing.
  9. Durability: High-quality wraps are durable and can last up to seven years with proper care, protecting your car’s surface.
  10. No Need for Perfection: Unlike paint, which requires a flawless surface, wraps can be applied even if the original paint has minor imperfections.

In contrast, paint offers a longer lifespan and can be suitable for all surfaces but requires more maintenance and is more expensive. Vinyl lettering, while useful for simple designs and messages, lacks the full coverage and protective benefits of a wrap. Ultimately, the choice between wrapping, painting, or using vinyl lettering depends on your personal preferences, budget, and the specific needs of your vehicle.

What if my company logo or phone number changes in the future?2024-05-17T11:33:35-04:00

We can print company logo, phone number, domain name a.k.a. website, or any other information as text overlays on the wrap, which can be removed and replaced as much as possible.

See full or partial wrap replacement for further references.

I have decided to do vehicle wrap, but how do I get started?2024-05-17T11:27:59-04:00

You have a couple options: Call at 416-562-6209 or contact us.

Anyhow, vehicle wrap is an investment hence you need consider costs for it. The cost of wrapping a car can vary significantly based on several factors, including the size and type of the vehicle, the quality of the wrap material, the complexity of the design. Here’s a breakdown of the potential costs:

Size and Type of Vehicle:

  • Small Cars: $1,500 – $3,000
  • Mid-Sized Cars and SUVs: $2,000 – $4,000
  • Large SUVs and Trucks: $3,000 – $5,000

Quality of the Wrap Material:

  • Standard Vinyl: $1,500 – $2,500
  • High-Quality Vinyl (e.g., 3M, Avery Dennison): $2,500 – $5,000
  • Specialty Vinyl (chrome, matte, carbon fiber): $3,000 – $6,000

Design Complexity:

  • Solid Color: Lower end of the price range
  • Custom Designs/Graphics: Higher end of the price range or more, depending on the intricacy

At V. Creative Graphics we always open to negotiations to bring the maximum value to your dollar. Just keep in mind that extra costs can appear for removal of old wrap or detailing and prep work such as to ensure the wrap adheres properly.

In summary, wrapping a car typically costs between $1,500 and $5,000. For a more accurate estimate, get a quote from us specifying your vehicle type, desired wrap quality, and any design preferences.

Do I have to get a full vehicle wrap or do I have other options?2024-05-17T11:12:19-04:00

We work with your budget to get you the most for your dollar. You can do just windows, or partial wraps. We can even design wraps to start out with just window perforated material and then add onto it as your business grows to make the wrap complete. Here are the advantages of each option:

Full Vehicle Wrap:

  • Complete Coverage: Offers a uniform look and can completely transform the appearance of your vehicle with a wide range of colors, patterns, and designs.
  • Enhanced Protection: Acts as a protective layer for the entire exterior, guarding against scratches, dings, and weather damage.
  • Maximum Visibility: Turns your vehicle into a mobile billboard, providing high visibility and impact for advertising or branding purposes.
  • Resale Value: Preserves the original paint underneath, which can help maintain the car’s resale value.

Window-Only Graphics:

  • Cost-Effectiveness: Less material and labor mean window graphics are more affordable than a full wrap.
  • Targeted Messaging: Allows for strategic placement of branding or messaging on specific parts of the vehicle.
  • Versatility: Easier to update or change than a full wrap, offering flexibility for businesses with evolving marketing strategies.
  • Less Commitment: Ideal for those who want to enhance their vehicle’s look without the full commitment of a wrap.

Ultimately, a full wrap is best if you are seeking maximum impact and protection, while window-only graphics are suitable for targeted advertising and cost savings. Again, consider your budget, branding goals, and how long you plan to keep the wrap when making your decision.

Are your vehicle wrap installers certified?2024-05-17T09:51:06-04:00

Yes, our installation team is led by 3M® certified installers.

The 3M certification for graphics and wrap installers is important because it enhances professional credibility, ensures technical expertise, provides a competitive edge, grants access to valuable resources, boosts customer satisfaction, and offers opportunities for continuous learning and networking.

These benefits collectively contribute to the success and reputation of certified installers in the industry.

Do we laminate a vehicle wrap?2024-05-17T09:51:24-04:00

Yes, we do. Laminate a vehicle wrap is a crucial step that enhances the durability, appearance, and lifespan of the wrap. By providing protection against UV rays, physical damage, and weather conditions, and offering different finishes for aesthetic customization, lamination ensures that vehicle wraps remain vibrant and intact, offering both practical and visual benefits. Main reason for laminating are:


  • UV Protection: The laminate shields the wrap from UV rays, preventing colors from fading due to prolonged exposure to sunlight.
  • Physical Damage: It guards against minor scratches, abrasions, and other physical damages, extending the lifespan of the wrap.
  • Weather Resistance: The laminate makes the wrap more resistant to harsh weather conditions such as rain, snow, and temperature fluctuations.


  • Finish: Laminates come in different finishes, such as gloss, matte, or satin, allowing customization of the wrap’s appearance. Gloss laminates enhance color vibrancy and shine, while matte laminates provide a sleek, non-reflective look.
  • Consistency: Ensures a uniform look across the entire vehicle, maintaining the design’s integrity and professional appearance.

Ease of Maintenance:

  • Cleaning: Laminated wraps are easier to clean and maintain. Dirt and grime are less likely to adhere to the smooth surface of the laminate.
  • Longevity: By protecting the underlying vinyl, lamination helps maintain the wrap’s look and condition for a longer period, reducing the need for frequent replacements.


vinyl graphics installers in the Greater Toronto Area and nationwide

If you didn’t find the answers to your questions about graphics installations or wraps, or if you want to explore them from a different perspective, we encourage you to submit your questions using this link.

For those unfamiliar with the graphics installations industry, it can be helpful to gain a basic understanding of what this dynamic and continually evolving field entails. The graphics installations industry specializes in transforming design concepts into high-end visual displays and offers a wide range of services, including:

  • Vehicle Wraps: Custom wraps for branding or advertising purposes.
  • Retail Environments: Enhancing the visual appeal and branding of stores.
  • Sport Stadiums: Installing everything from signage to large-scale murals.
  • Architectural Graphics: Installing graphics on buildings and other structures.
  • Trade Show Graphics: Creating graphics installations for trade show participants, event planners, stores, and international or domestic sign companies and entrepreneurs.
  • Large-Scale Interior Wall Coverings: Installing graphics on a large scale, from custom vehicle wraps to extensive interior wall coverings.

The industry is known for its innovative methods and materials that create impressive installations. It employs skilled professionals, including 3M Preferred Installers certified in various areas such as DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes, Windows, Walls, and Floors, and Fleet Graphics.

Beyond installation services, many companies also offer value-added services such as site surveys, project management, consultations, and value engineering. They collaborate with clients from the ideation stage to execution, ensuring that the final product meets the highest standards of quality, craftsmanship, professionalism, and integrity.