Vinyl Care

YOUR VEHICLE HAS A NEW LOOK!

LET'S KEEP IT LOOKING FRESH, AND LASTING LONG WITH SOME VINYL CARE TIPS BELOW.

wash regularly

1

pre-rinse

Pre-rinse your vehicle with water to get as much dirt and debris removed. This will limit scratching or damage to the vinyl when washing.

2

wash

Set up a "TWO Bucket" wash with a grit guard in each bucket - The grit guards will help trap the dirt at the bottom of your bucket and avoids contaminating your wash mitt.

Bucket one is your "Wash Bucket"

Bucket two is your "Rinse Bucket"

 

Using a premium microfiber mitt and a non-abrasive soap, gently wash your vehicle starting at the top, working towards the bottom. Rinse your wash mitt in the rinse bucket as your mitt collects dirt.

 

Avoid damaging the vinyl with unnecessary scrubbing.

3

rinse

Rinse thoroughly with clean water.

If using a pressure washer, avoid spraying close to the body of the vehicle or edge of a panel.

Although our installation procedure is thorough, a pressure washer can lift the edge of the wrap if it's sprayed too close. 

4

dry

To reduce water spotting, immediately use a premium microfiber drying towel do soak up the water on the vehicle's surface.

5

detail

The final step to cleaning your wrap is to detail. A detailer specified for vinyl wraps can enrich the vinyl, while adding protection from UV rays.

Using a plush and clean microfiber, spray the detailer on the wrap and cloth and wipe a panel at a time.

As there are different vinyl detailers, be sure to use the correct one for the finish of your wrap (gloss, matte, satin).

although hand washing is recommended, If you choose to take your vehicle through an automatic car wash, Touchless car washes are preferred.

Automatic car washes that use brushes are not recommended. Brushes can catch an edge of the vinyl and cause damage such as lifting/peeling. Brushes can also dull the finish of the vinyl.

Automatic

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