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How to Care for Your Vinyl Wrap

care for your vinyl wrap

You can wash a vinyl wrap the same way you’d wash a car normally.

Congratulations! You decided to go ahead and have that awesome vinyl wrap installed and your vehicle looks great. You weren’t worried about any of the myths out there, and you knew a wrap would be better than a paint job. But now that you’ve have that vinyl wrap put on your car, how do you take care of it?

Keep It Clean

Nothing is more harmful to a wrap than road dirt and pollutants in the air. Dirt that sits on a wrap and combines with water can form a harmful mixture that can damage a wrap if left untouched. Regularly washing your car will help clear away that built up dirt and grime. You don’t have to worry about doing anything special or different to wash a vinyl wrap, you can do the same thing you would do for paint. Just be sure to rinse the car with clean water and dry it so you don’t under up with water spots.

Cover If You Can

Just like with paint, the sun and elements are your biggest enemy to making a wrap last. The best way to protect your wrap, and your car, is to keep it covered. Whether it’s garage parking or a car cover, limiting exposure is the surefire way to extend the life of your wrap.

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