Keep it clean. Any time dirt starts collecting it’s best to get it washed off. Keep a microfiber (or multiple) in your trunk.
Hand wash once per week with mild detergent and clean water using a soft microfiber sponge or cloth.
After rinsing, minimize water spotting by using a silicone squeegee or microfiber to remove water. Dry with a clean microfiber cloth.
Test any cleaner on a small area before using on larger areas.
Help protect your investment by using a wash/polish.
If you have your vehicle professionally detailed make sure they use a wax that is safe for vinyl.
Let your wrap air dry or dry it with a microfiber cloth, rather than using high-powered air blowers.
It’s best to park your car in a covered area like a garage or under a shelter. Over time, continual exposure to sunlight, rain, smog and pollutants can degrade the wrap on the roof, trunk lid and hood
Do not allow corrosive substances to remain in contact with your vinyl, make sure to clean any spills as soon as possible.
Water almost always contains some trace amounts of minerals like calcium or iron, salt or air pollution. The longer they sit, the more they bond and wear away at your wrap or clear coat.
Do not use automatic car washes that use bristles or high-pressure water sprayers.
Do not use a buffer when applying wax/polish to your wrap.
Do not use standard wax/polish on any matte or textured finish. The chemicals in most standard wax products can eat away at vinyl.
Do not use rear windshield wipers or rear defrosters on perforated window graphics unless absolutely necessary.
Do not roll down any window that has perforated window graphics, as this can damage your graphics.
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