Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Clean My Wrap?
• Regular hand washing is recommended, avoid abrasive chemicals with strong solvents.
• Avoid using brushes, as they can dull the finish and cause scratching.
• Wash whenever the car appears dirty. Contaminants allowed to remain on the graphics may be more difficult to remove during cleaning.
• Rinse off as much dirt and grit as possible with clean water.
• Rinse thoroughly with clean water. To reduce water spotting use a silicone squeegee or microfiber cloth.
• It is not recommended to use wax or other similar coatings on vehicle graphics.
Automated Car Washes
Vinyl wraps may be run through car washes. Touch less car washes are the best for graphic care. Use of brush car washes (depending upon the frequency and quality of brush) may cause dulling/scratching/lifting edge of the graphics.
• Avoid excessive pressure that can cause damage to the graphics.
• Avoid spraying directly at wrap seams
• Ensure the water pressure is kept below 2000 psi.
• Keep the water temperature below 180 degrees.
• Keep the spray nozzle at least 12 to 18 inches away.
• Wash at a 45 degree angle, sweeping motion.
Wipe off immediately to avoid degrading the vinyl and adhesive. Use soapy water or isopropyl alcohol. You can use a citrus-based cleaner to help remove oil, tar or asphalt.
What Is The Life Expectancy Of A Wrap?
You should expect your wrap to last roughly five to seven years, depending on the finish and proper maintenance.
Is A Wrap Removable? Will It Damage Car When Removed?
All wraps are 100% removable with guaranteed no damage to the OEM paint of the car. In fact, a wrap will protect the paint of your vehicle.
Can I Wrap A Car Myself?
No! Wrapping may look easy, but it is actually harder than it looks. Our installers have special training and years of hands-on experience. This is definitely not a DIY project.