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Caring For Your Wrap


We understand that your vehicle is a reflection of your unique style and personality, not just a means of transportation. To preserve its aesthetic appeal, it's important to provide proper care. Here are some vinyl care tips to ensure your vehicle remains fresh and vibrant for years to come.




Before washing, thoroughly rinse your vehicle with water to remove dirt and debris, reducing the risk of scratching or damaging the vinyl.



Prepare a "TWO Bucket" Wash System with Grit Guards in each bucket - these guards help trap dirt at the bottom, preventing contamination of your wash mitt.

Bucket one serves as your "Wash Bucket," containing your chosen soap.

Bucket two acts as your "Rinse Bucket," filled with clean water.

Utilize a premium microfiber mitt and non-abrasive soap to gently wash your vehicle, beginning from the top and progressing downwards. Rinse your mitt in the rinse bucket after each section to prevent cross-contamination.

Exercise caution to avoid unnecessary scrubbing and potential damage to the vinyl.



Thoroughly rinse the vehicle with clean water, ensuring all soap residue is removed.

When using a pressure washer, exercise caution and avoid spraying too close to the vehicle's body or panel edges.

While our installation process is meticulous, using a pressure washer at close range can potentially lift the wrap's edges.



To minimize water spotting, promptly use a high-quality microfiber drying towel to absorb excess water from the vehicle's surface.


Finishing Touch -
Detail Your Wrap

Complete the Finishing Touch: Detailing Your Wrap

Elevate your vinyl wrap's appearance and shield it from UV rays with a specialized vinyl wrap detailer. 

Using a pristine microfiber cloth, apply the detailer to the wrap, one panel at a time, for optimal results.

Remember, the key to preserving your wrap's finish lies in selecting the appropriate detailer tailored to its specific gloss, matte, or satin texture.

Automated Washes

While hand washing is the preferred method, if you opt for an automatic car wash, it's best to choose a touchless option.

Avoid automatic car washes that utilize brushes, as they can catch on the vinyl edges, leading to potential damage such as lifting or peeling. Additionally, brushes may damage the surface of the vinyl.

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