FAQ


How do I avoid smudges on my Cybertruck?

Your Cybertruck begins smudging the moment it leaves the dealership. It's nearly impossible to avoid it.


We have 2 solutions:
Paint Protection Film:
Not only does this prevent smudges, but also protects your Cybertruck from harmful road debris.

Vinyl Wrap:
With a wide array of colors available, you can safeguard your Cybertruck's surface with style.

How long will it take to wrap my Cybertruck?

3-4 days is all it takes for a perfect Cybertruck wrap installation. Additional time might be needed for thorough stainless steel prep.

Does a full wrap come with a warranty?

Yes. For paint protection film, there is a 2 month installer warranty and a 10 year manufacturer warranty that defends against cracking, fading, or yellowing of the film.

How long does a vinyl wrap last on a Cybertruck?

Quality vinyl wraps can last between 5 to 7 years on a Cybertruck, depending on factors like exposure to the elements, maintenance, and the quality of the installation. We use premium materials and expert techniques to ensure durability and longevity for your wrap.

How is PPF different from a vinyl wrap?

While both PPF and vinyl wraps protect the vehicle's surface, PPF is specifically designed for paint protection and is clear, allowing the original paint color to shine through. Vinyl wraps, on the other hand, are primarily used for aesthetic changes and come in a variety of colors and finishes. PPF also offers superior durability against physical damages like stone chips and scratches.

Can my wrap be removed?

Yes. Paint protection film (PPF) and vinyl wrap provide the benefit of easy removal. Make sure to return to Dazzle's or a professional shop for safe removal to avoid any damage.

What maintenance is required to keep my wrap in top condition?

To ensure your wrap remains in pristine condition, regular cleaning is essential. Use a gentle automotive soap and a soft microfiber cloth or sponge to clean the surface. Avoid high-pressure washes directly on the edges of the wrap to prevent lifting or peeling. For best results, hand washing is recommended. Additionally, consider applying a silicone or Teflon-based spray wax every few months to protect the wrap and enhance its shine. Avoid parking your vehicle for extended periods in direct sunlight to prevent fading and degradation of the wrap material.

Can I choose a custom design or color for my vinyl wrap, and how does the design process work?

Absolutely! We specialize in creating custom designs and colors for vinyl wraps. The design process begins with a consultation to understand your vision and preferences. Our team of designers will then draft a few concepts for you to review. Once you've selected a design, we can adjust the colors, patterns, and details until it matches your vision perfectly. Before the wrap is applied, you'll have the opportunity to approve a final mock-up, ensuring the end product is exactly what you envisioned.

Are there any types of damage that PPF can protect against that a vinyl wrap cannot?

Paint Protection Film (PPF) is specifically designed to protect your vehicle's paint from various types of damage that a vinyl wrap might not safeguard against as effectively. This includes stone chips, bug splatter, road tar, bird droppings, and minor abrasions. PPF is made from a thicker, more durable material with self-healing properties, which means it can absorb impacts and return to its original shape, keeping your paint job intact underneath. While vinyl wraps provide some level of protection and are excellent for customizing the appearance of your vehicle, PPF offers superior protection against physical damage to the paint.

How does the climate or weather affect the longevity and performance of my wrap or PPF?

Extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, heavy rain, and snow can all impact the longevity and appearance of your wrap or PPF. High temperatures and UV exposure can cause the material to fade, become brittle, or lose adhesion over time. Conversely, cold temperatures can make the wrap or PPF more susceptible to damage during impacts. Moisture can also seep into edges that are not properly sealed, leading to lifting or peeling. However, with proper installation and care, both wraps and PPF can withstand most weather conditions and protect your vehicle for years.

What is the process for repairing or replacing sections of the wrap or PPF if they get damaged?

If a section of your wrap or PPF becomes damaged, it can often be repaired or replaced without the need to redo the entire vehicle. The process involves carefully removing the damaged section and cleaning the underlying surface. A new piece of wrap or PPF is then cut to fit the area and applied with precision to ensure it blends seamlessly with the surrounding material. The ability to repair or replace just the damaged section makes wraps and PPF a cost-effective option for maintaining your vehicle's appearance and protection.