What To Do If Your Vinyl Wrap Is Damaged

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If you have a damaged vinyl wrap you need to have it fix immediately.

Car accidents are a scary and unfortunate event for any driver, but for drivers whose vehicle is covered in a vinyl wrap accidents can mean another added expense. What do you do when your vinyl wrap is damaged, either in an accident or just from normal wear and tear. Unfortunately, vinyl wraps can tear. If it happens to your wrap, there are a few things you need to do immediately to ensure a small problem doesn’t become a big one.

Don’t Ignore the Small Stuff

While a really small tear or hole might not seem like a big deal, it’s only a matter of time before it becomes one. Check the wrap closely every time you clean it and don’t ignore anything that looks problematic. If you don’t handle a small tear or hole dirt can get stuck under the wrap and damage the clear coat on your vehicle. Even a little damage to the clear coat can lead to rust if ignored for long enough.

Have the Panel Replaced

Luckily, vinyl wraps are installed in panels so one wrecked area can be replaced without having to replace the entire wrap. Fender bender? Once the fender is replaced a matching wrap panel can be applied to return your vehicle to it’s former glory.

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