Vehicle Wrap Care

Hand Washing is ideal for a wrapped vehicle. 

Rinse & Wash
This helps remove the loose dirt particles and helps avoid scratching the graphics. Gently wash the vehicle with a mild soapy water solution using a soft cloth or a sponge. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Let the wrap dry naturally or wipe dry using a microfibre or soft, nonabrasive towel to avoid spotting.
Waterless Wash
If the vehicle is not overly dirty, this is the preferred method.  Waterless wash products can help maintain the gloss level and performance of the film. Before using any new product on your wrap, be sure to test them in an inconspicuous area of the vehicle.
Pressure Wash
You can pressure wash your car, but make sure to take precautions. Do not bring the spray nozzle too close to the surface of the car. Avoid using high pressure on edges, where panels meet, and on seams.  Do not use an automatic car wash that uses brushes. Brushes may scratch the wrap or catch the wrap’s edge and create a failure point.
Use a mild nonabrasive car cleaning detergent. The detergent should have a pH balance between 5 and 9.
If your wrap is gloss, you can wax your car, as long as the vehicle isn’t excessively dirty, and if you use products that are a combination of a waterless wash and wax. Test the wax on an inconspicuous part of the vehicle first. Do not use paste wax as it contains petroleum distillates. Do not wax your wrap if it has a matte finish. 
It is best to park your car in a covered parking spot. Just like paint, vinyl is also affected by UV rays and its color will slowly fade if the car is often exposed to prolonged and direct sunlight.
We hope you find these Vinyl Wrap Care Instructions helpful, and that your wrap stays looking brand new for years to come!