Full Dip violet spray wrap colours are very simple to apply. It is recommended to use a grey primer with all colours except Black and grey.

Full Dip violet spray wrap comes in a ready to use Aerosol or 4 Litre premixed tins.

Sprap wraps will protect your existing body colour and will change colour with a matt finish. It can be easily removed by peeling off the wrap.

You spray wrap will be peeling for more than 10 years.


Liquid Vinyl application means once dried it becomes a tough elastic and durable film.

Easily removed.

Can be cleaned with most soaps, and resists water, mud or pressure water Cleaning.

No cracks or self peeling off with the time.


Introducing the Full Dip violet spray wrap! This innovative product offers a range of features and benefits that will benefit your next vehicle colour change. With its fuly removable nature, you have the flexibility to change up the look of your vehicle or any other surface. Not only is it convenient, but it is also cost-effective, saving you money compared to traditional painting methods. Choose from a wide selection of colours to find the perfect shade and finish that suits your style. Say goodbye to boring and hello to the transformative power of Full Dip spray wrap!

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Finer details

Tins Required
2 x Small vehicle
Tins Required
3 x Medium Vehicle
Tins Required
4 - 5 Large Vehicle
Add a gloss protective finish with a glossifier here
Small Vehicle
Citroen Berlingo, Renault Kangoo
Medium Vehicle
Vauxhall Corsa, Ford Fiesta
Large Vehicle
VW Caddy Van BMW 3 Series
Ex Large Vehicle
Land Rover, Tesla


How to Guide
Liquid wraps, also known as peelable coatings or liquid vinyl, are a versatile solution for temporarily changing the color or protecting the surface of various objects, including vehicles, electronics, furniture, and more. Liquid wraps are typically applied as a liquid spray, which dries to form a flexible and durable coating.

Q1) Does Full Dip Violet spray wrap damage my existing paintwork?

No, it will peel off and leave the original paintwork in its orginal condition

Q2) How long does it last?

Generally 3 - 5 years if maintained correctly