Car wraps are a great way to add some personality and flair to your vehicle without committing to a permanent paint job. They are also an excellent way to protect your car’s original paint from scratches, dings, and other wear and tear.
However, like any other automotive accessory, car wraps require some maintenance to keep them looking their best.
In this blog, we’ll explore some car wrap care tips to help you keep your vehicle looking great.
1. Periodically washing your vehicle is an important step to keep the wrap lasting longer. When washing a wrapped vehicle is really important to don’t use any product with aggressive chemicals or untested elements.
PROWASH is the perfect solution to wash your vehicle without damage the structure of the PVC. No petroleum solvents and 100% biodegradable.
2. After washing your car, make sure to dry it properly. Use a soft, clean microfiber cloth to remove any water from the surface of your car wrap. Avoid using a chamois or towel, as these can scratch the vinyl. Then make sure to use our Ceramic Sealer, it will protect your cars surface and produce a shine that you simply will not believe.
3. Harsh chemicals, such as bleach, solvents, or petroleum-based products, can damage your car wrap. Avoid using these products on your car wrap, and use only products that are specifically designed for cleaning vinyl surfaces.
4. High-pressure water, such as from a pressure washer, can damage your car wrap. Avoid using high-pressure water to clean your car wrap, and instead use a gentle stream of water from a garden hose. Also if you want to avoid wasting gallons of water, we recommended to use our Pristine, wash and seal your car in minutes with no water, anytime, anywhere.
By following these car wrap care tips, you can help extend the life of your car wrap and keep your vehicle looking great for years to come. Remember to always treat your car wrap gently and avoid harsh chemicals or high-pressure water. With proper care and maintenance, your car wrap will continue to enhance the look of your vehicle while protecting its original paint job.