Please read this before you get started!
Before installing it’s important to know that installing indoors is highly recommended. This way you won’t get debris underneath the vinyl, and if it’s too hot or in direct sunlight, the wrap may stretch too much as you’re installing.
The recommended install temperature is 65°F – 75°F. If it’s too cold, it may feel stiffer. If it’s too hot, it’ll stretch more.
If you haven’t worked with vinyl or need a brief reminder, we highly recommend watching the Vinyl 101 videos.
1. Corner Trim
2. Top Trim
3. Bottom Trims
4. Side Mirrors
5. Repeaters, Handles & Logos
Do I have to disassemble parts of the car to apply the wrap?
No, not at all. The wrap kit allows you to apply a professionally looking wrap without disassembly.
Can I go through an automatic car wash?
It’s recommended to only hand wash your Tesla. Due to automatic carwashes being brushless, they tend to use heavy chemicals to break things down which can be harmful to the vinyl.
I overstretched the vinyl. What can I do?
Unless you REALLY overstretched it, you can get it back to normal stretch. Vinyl is memory-based so if you just heat it, it will revert back to its original state. Use a heat gun or hairdryer and keep your heat moving in the area. You’ll see it shrink back. If you don’t see that it is shrinking back, you may have added too much heat and will have to use your extra piece.
How do I use a heat gun when applying vinyl?
You can use a heat gun or a hairdryer but you want to use a heat gun whenever you need to stretch or conform around awkward areas. When using heat, don’t stay in one area. Keep your gun moving and roughly 6 inches away.
Does it come with everything I need to install?
The kit comes with everything you need, except a heating source. We recommend using a heat gun or even a hairdryer if needed.
I got into an accident. Can I buy individual pieces?
Yes, you certainly can. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for replacements and we’d be more than happy to hook you up!
Will it damage my paint?
Vinyl will not damage your paint. It actually adds a level of protection between the outside elements and your Teslas surface.
Can I install vinyl on a leased car?
Yes, vinyl is a great and safe way to customize your Tesla while leased. Once you have to return it, vinyl is safe to remove and won’t damage any surfaces!
Do you do custom colors?
Yes, we do! Please contact email@example.com to inquire about a custom order!
Do I need any experience?
Our DIY kits are designed with beginners in mind. You do not need prior knowledge to install these kits, however, we do recommend studying our videos and familiarizing yourself with vinyl to get the most out of your kit!