Do you own a Ford F-150? This vehicle, ranked the best pickup of 2022, is a truck owner’s dream! But if you’re wanting a way to change up the look of your Ford F-150 truck, consider wrapping it. Wrapping your truck is a great way to show off your personality and style, and it can also provide some benefits, such as protection from the elements and decreased fuel consumption.
Read on for everything you need to know about how to wrap a Ford F-150 truck, from the cost to the maintenance required. We’ll also give you some tips on how to get started!
Benefits of Wrapping Your Truck
There are several benefits to wrapping your truck, including:
– Protection from the elements: Wrapping your truck can protect it from scratches, dents, and other damage that can occur from everyday use.
– Decreased fuel consumption: A wrap can help to insulate your truck and keep the interior cooler, which can lead to decreased fuel consumption.
– Increased resale value: If you wrap your truck with a high-quality wrap, it can actually increase the resale value of your vehicle.
Cost to Wrap a Ford F-150
The cost of wrapping your Ford F-150 will vary depending on the size of your truck and the type of wrap you choose.
A full wrap for a Ford F-150 will start at around $750 for a partial wrap, and a full wrap will start at $2,000. This includes the cost of the wrap material, as well as the labor required to apply it.
A partial wrap only covers a portion of the truck, such as the hood, roof, or bed. Full wraps are great for that complete branding effect.
If you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, you can opt for decals instead of a full or partial wrap. Decals start at around $200 and can be applied to any area of your truck.
Maintaining Your Wrapped F-150 Truck
Once you have your Ford F-150 wrapped, it’s important to take care of it so that it lasts for years to come. A well-maintained vehicle wrap can last 5 to 7 years! And when it’s time to remove or replace the wrap, the better it was maintained, the easier it will be to remove.
To clean your wrap, simply wash it with soap and water. You can also use a mild detergent if you need to remove any stubborn dirt or grime.
It’s important to avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, as these can damage the wrap.
If you need to remove any graffiti or stickers from your wrap, you can use a razor blade or adhesive remove, though this may scratch the wrap surface.
If you’re ready to wrap your Ford F-150 truck, we recommend working with a professional wrap company. They will be able to help you choose the right wrap for your truck and ensure that it is applied correctly. A professional installer will apply the wrap without damaging the original paint and without any unsightly air bubbles or rough edges.
When choosing a wrap company, be sure to ask about their experience wrapping trucks and if they have any pictures of previous work. National Car Wraps prints our wraps on the highest quality of vinyl, and we use a network of experienced installers to expertly wrap trucks across the country.
We hope this blog post has given you everything you need to know about wrapping your Ford F-150 truck. If you have any further questions or are ready to start, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Happy wrapping!