Car Trimming

Car trimming involves components that are added to the vehicle’s interior or exterior for aesthetic reasons or to prevent damages. Different items can be added, for example pinstriping, bumpers, protective add-ons, special paints, and others.

There are different types of exterior trims such as protective add-ons, pearl paints, pinstriping, and plastic bumpers. Interior trims come in several varieties, including leather upholstery, faux leather upholstery, and vinyl upholstery. Wood trims are used as well. Leather upholstery is a great option because it doesn’t crack in hot and humid weather and is flexible and durable. While black is the most common color, there are other colors to choose from. This is a high-end option because leather is expensive. Faux leather upholstery is less expensive and comes in different colors, which makes it a good choice for customers on a budget.

Vinyl upholstery is yet another option because vinyl is inexpensive, moisture resistant, durable, and strong. Vinyl upholstery comes in various colors, including white, black, blue, and red. Cloth is one of the least expensive options, but it tears and stains easily. Cloth upholstery is available in blue, black, gray, and other colors. Floor mats come in different styles, including tray, rubber, and carpet styles. Tray and rubber styles are weather proof and durable. Mats are available in gray and black and may include brand names such as Chevrolet, BMW, and others. Floor mats are inexpensive while mid-range options include running boards, headlamp detailing, and others. Chrome trim and wood grain trim are the most expensive options and are usually used for luxury vehicles. Chrome trim is used for the vehicle’s exterior and interior. There are different types of chrome trim, including center caps, trim molding tape, step bars, bumpers, and headlamps. Chrome is easy to maintain and is corrosion resistant.