Lamborghini Aventador. Black Mate Wrap
Audi TT. Full Body Wrap
Nissan GTR. Full Wrap
Ferrari 488. Custom Car Detailing
Bentley. White Pearl Car Wrap
Porsche Cayenne. Full Wrap
Audi TT. Black Matt Wrap
BMW 1. Custom Car Wrap
Lamborghini Gallardo. Matte Blue Finish
BMW M3. Visual Tuning

Why paint when you can wrap?

04 Dec 2018

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While number of car manufacturers offer limited matte paint options, matte / satin effect vehicle wraps can change the colour of your car quickly and cost-effectively!

Range Rover wrapped in ever-popular Gunmetal Grey, windows tinted to match its stealth appearance, wheels refurbished and resprayed to gloss black, calipers painted red for extra flare.
Pop in to our workshop in White City to check out our colour swatches and see which matte / satin look suits your style.

Express yourself through your car!

30 Oct 2018

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Transform and give new meaning to vehicles fast and without the huge price tag. Express yourself through your vehicle without any permanency or strings attached! EuroTint will accommodate to your every desire. You are now only limited by your imagination! Customize the vinyl, the style and through our top team of professionals, you can design your own art or choose whatever you wish for perfect application.

This Mercedes received a custom vinyl wrap. Customers vision for her car was brought to life, turning this A-Class into custom, exclusive and one off A-Class.

UnWrapping Your Car?

24 Apr 2018

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One of the great qualities of having your car wrapped is the ability to remove vinyl quickly and inexpensively to restore original colour.

What happens when you are ready to remove your car wrap?
Unwrapping requires no special materials; its simply a big sticker and can be pulled off in the the same way as a sticker. Its important to heat the vinyl first, to help loosen up the adhesive, by leaving you car in the sunlight for a couple of hours or using a heat gun / hairdryer to warm up individual panels. Vinyl should be held at a 20-degree angle and pulled off with consistent tension to avoid leaving an adhesive residue behind. If theres any left, try to soak it in alcohol and rub it off with the paper towel.

If you used a quality vinyl /3M, Avery/ you should have no problem with leftovers, however, with budget vinyl brands, whole process might be a bit tricky.