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How to Maintain Your Interior Graphics

Once you’ve invested in interior graphics for your business you want to make sure that they last for a long time. With the proper care graphics like wall and floor wraps as well as window graphics will look nice for years. Her are a few things that you can do.

Wall Graphics

There will be very little to do to keep your wall graphics looking nice. If you want, you can dust them off occasionally by wiping them with a dry microfiber cloth. But otherwise, wall graphics are designed to fit seamlessly to your wall. As long as you are careful not to bang or scuff the wall, which is the same precautions you would take anyway for a regular paint job, then the wall graphics should be able to last for a really long time.

Window Graphics

Because of their exposure to sunlight, window graphics are the most likely to fade over time. If you can, protect your storefront with an awning to shade the window without obscuring it from sight. Cleaning is simple

Floor Graphics

These are the most durable and require very little maintenance. The main thing to consider is that if your floor needs to be cleaned by buffing then you should apply some floor wax over the graphic to prevent it wearing off.

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