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What is the difference between a wrap and a decal?

The primary difference between a wrap and a decal lies in their size and coverage. A vehicle wrap involves applying a large printed vinyl layer directly onto the vehicle's surface, covering a significant portion, if not all, of its exterior. This process transforms the vehicle's appearance entirely, serving as a bold statement or advertisement.

Decals, however, are smaller graphics typically made of vinyl as well. They are applied onto specific areas of the vehicle rather than covering it entirely. Decals can be used for adding logos, slogans, or decorative elements to vehicles without completely altering their look. They offer a more targeted approach to customization compared to wraps, allowing for more precise branding or personalization.

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