Wrap Care Guide

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How to Keep Your Wrap Looking NEW!

Wash Regularly

Wash whenever car appears dirty. Contaminants allowed to remain on the vehicle wrap may be more difficult to remove during cleaning.

Automated Car Washes

Brush-type car washes are not recommended as they can abrade the film and cause edges to lift of chip, as well as dull the film’s appearance. Brushless car washes are acceptable.

Pressure Washing

Although hand washing is the preferred cleaning method, Pressure washing may be used under these conditions:

  • Ensure the water pressure is below 2000 psi.
  • Keep water temperature below 180 degrees.
  • Take extra care around seams and edges of the vinyl.
  • Keep the nozzle at least 1 foot away from the graphic

Difficult Contaminants

Soften difficult contaminants such as bug splatter, bird droppings, tree sap and similar contaminants by soaking them for several minutes with very hot, soapy water.

Fuel Spills

Wipe off any spilled fuel or oil immediately to avoid degrading The vinyl and adhesive, then wash, rinse and dry.

Store Indoors or Under Cover

Wrap films (just like paint) will degrade with prolonged
exposure to the sun and atmospheric pollutants. Whenever
possible store in a garage, or at least in a shaded area.

Film Restoration

How to keep your vehicle looking its best:

  • Do not use abrasive polishes or cutting compounds.
  • Do not use any polishing wax products on matte or
    textured films.
  • If there is wax or wax residue on the surface,
    remove with all-purpose cleaner.