Boat Vinyl Wrap Process

Watch The Boat Vinyl Wrap Process Get Done!

The boat vinyl wrap process is a very special service, and requires extra precautions and expertise to ensure that your vinyl wrap lasts and lasts.

Boat vinyl wrap process

1- Preparation

Our team ensure prior to applying your boat vinyl wrap, the surface (hull or cabin) is thoroughly cleaned and prepared with Isopropyl Alcohol. Gouges in the gel-coat can be filled and sanded prior to installation at extra cost – if necessary.

In order to get high adhesion, the preparation of the gelcoat, aluminium or marine paint is a very important step in the process.

2- Primer

Due to the environment that boats experience, we like to take extra precaution and apply a quality 3M primer to surfaces that could benefit from extra adhesion, such as along the waterline, near edges or in concave areas where the film was placed under tension.

3- Installation

This is where the transformation of your yacht takes place before your eyes.   After knife-less tape is laid and the job has been planned to ensure that joins are minimized, the vinyl is laid out. Additionally, the backing paper removed and the vinyl is placed and  applied onto the surface of the vessel. This gives the effect of a boat respray, or even providing long-lasting boat graphics.

4- Finishing

At Innovative Marine Coatings, we use edge sealant on areas that may have water pressure. This acts as an additional precaution to stop water ingress under the vinyl. Provided you take care of your wrap, this provides peace of mind and a high-quality installation that lasts for years.

That’s what it takes to get boat vinyl wrap applied & last for years!

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