Jet Ski Wraps
Jet skiing has long been a favorite watersport for many. However, as with any passion, people often seek ways to customize and stand out. Jet ski wraps have recently gained popularity as a convenient, affordable, and customizable way to give your watercraft a brand-new look. Whether you're a professional racer or a weekend warrior, understanding the benefits, installation process, and care of wraps can help you make the most of this aesthetic upgrade.

Jet Ski Wraps

Why Choose Jet Ski Wraps?

Jet ski wraps offer multiple advantages to both the recreational and competitive rider. Here are some reasons why they are becoming the go-to choice for personalizing jet skis:


Have you ever got a scratch on your jet ski and felt a pang of pain? With vinyl wraps, your jet ski receives an added layer of protection, making it more resistant to scratches and dings.

Less Maintenance than Paint

Remember those days of tirelessly scrubbing away to keep your jet ski's paint job looking fresh? Vinyl wraps are not only easier to clean but also fade-resistant.

Fully Customizable

Whether you love neon shades or more into the minimalist vibe, there's a wrap for you! The design possibilities are truly endless.

Reduces Environmental Impact

Choosing vinyl over a repaint job is environmentally friendly since paints can often release harmful chemicals into the environment.


Getting a custom paint job can be expensive and time-consuming. Wraps, on the other hand, offer a budget-friendly alternative that's also quicker to apply.

Jet Ski Wraps

Types of Jet Ski Wraps

Full or Partial Vinyl Installation

  • Full Vinyl Installation: Just as it sounds, this covers your entire jet ski, giving it a brand-new aesthetic.
  • Partial Vinyl Installation: For those who want a touch of uniqueness but still maintain some of the original look, a partial installation focuses on specific sections of your jet ski.

Picking the Perfect Design

Regarding jet ski wraps, your imagination is your only limit. However, for those seeking inspiration or guidance, consider the following:
  • Themes and Graphics: Opt for waves, flames, tribal patterns, or marine wildlife designs. These are always popular and can look incredibly dynamic on the water.
  • Branding: Racers often prefer branding from sponsors, logos, or their brands.
  • Personal Photos or Artwork: Some companies offer custom printing, meaning you can even print your photos or artwork on your wrap.
  • Colors: Bold colors like red, blue, and yellow stand out on the water, but subdued colors can give a sleek, elegant look.

Best Vinyl Brands:

  • 3M: A trusted brand known for its durable and high-quality wraps.
  • Avery Dennison: Another top player offering a myriad of design choices.
  • Metro Wrap (Custom Vinyl Wrap): Want to stand out? Metro Wrap offers customizable designs to ensure your jet ski is the talk of the town!
  • Orafol: Renowned for its vibrant and long-lasting colors.

Tips for Design Selection

  • Contrast: Ensure that the colors contrast nicely for better visibility on the water.
  • Check for Legal Restrictions: Some regions may have specific regulations about what can and cannot be displayed on personal watercraft, so always check local guidelines.
  • Less is More: Overly busy designs can sometimes look cluttered on a smaller canvas like a jet ski. Consider a simpler design for a more polished look.

Installing Your Jet Ski Wrap

While installing a jet ski wrap can be a DIY project for those who are handy, many hire professionals to ensure a smooth and bubble-free finish. Here's a brief rundown of the process:

  1. Clean and Prep: The jet ski must be thoroughly cleaned and dried before applying the wrap. Any dirt, grease, or wax can prevent the wrap from adhering correctly.
  2. Cutting the Wrap: While some wraps come pre-cut for specific jet ski models, others might need to be manually cut to fit. Precision is key.
  3. Application: The wrap is applied slowly, ensuring no air bubbles are trapped underneath. This might require specialized tools like squeegees or heat guns.
  4. Post-Heat: After the wrap is applied, it's often post-heated to ensure proper adhesion and to remove any remaining tiny bubbles.

Pro Tip
: If uncomfortable with the installation process, hire a professional. A poorly installed wrap can peel, bubble, or look uneven.

Maintaining Your Jet Ski Wrap

With proper care, a jet ski wrap can last several years. To ensure longevity:
  • Avoid Harsh Chemicals: When cleaning, use mild detergents and avoid abrasive tools that can scratch or damage the wrap.
  • Store Properly: When not in use, store your jet ski in a shaded area or under a cover to protect the wrap from prolonged UV exposure.
  • Inspect Regularly: Check the wrap periodically for signs of damage or peeling. This can help you address minor issues before they become more significant problems.

Jet ski wraps offer a perfect blend of form and function. They are a modern solution for those wanting to give their jet ski a unique identity while providing protection. Make a splash with a jet ski wrap that reflects your style, whether racing or cruising.

Jet Ski Wrap Cost: What to Expect

When considering wrapping your jet ski, it's essential to budget appropriately. But how much does it typically cost? The answer can vary based on several factors. The vinyl brand, the design's complexity, and whether you choose a full or partial wrap all play a role in determining the final price.

On average, a basic jet ski vinyl wrap starts at around $250 and can go upwards of $1000 for a more intricate custom design using premium materials. Remember, this cost is often a fraction of what you spend on a high-quality paint job. Moreover, if you're confident in your DIY skills, you might save even more by purchasing the wrap and applying it yourself.

Use Metro Restyling to Wrap Your Jet Ski

Metro Restyling offers a wide range of wraps, including the customizable Metro Wrap; we are your go-to destination for turning your jet ski dreams into reality.

Ready to make a splash the next time you hit the waters? Makes waves in style with Jet Ski Wraps
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Mark Holliday

Mark Holliday

Need jet ski wrapped

Alan B

Alan B

Would love to wrap my jet ski!

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