It's no secret that vehicle wraps are an investment. While it is the job of your sign or wrap shop to assure that you are provided with quality design, material, and installation, the extent to which your wrap will last you, is ultimately based on the aftercare you give it. Many customers are either misinformed or not informed at all about how to properly care for their wrap once it leaves the shop. This in turn, results in unhappy customers, peeling or lifting of the wrap, fading, or other preventable issues that would not occur, had the customer been given the proper information for care. If you follow these simple measures, it can mean a difference of several years in the longevity of your wrap. Professional operation with Tint Tools, Car Wrap Tools and ppf squeegee will provides a guarantee to the expectancy of wrap.
Wash Your Car Wrap Regularly
While you strive to portray a professional image, improper washing can reduce the life expectancy of your ride's radiant wrap, hence making cleanliness a concerning issue that shouldn't be overlooked. Therefore, it is important to keep a spotless vehicle, allowing the car wrap to be transparent. While a vinyl car wrap doesn't require any specific cleaning techniques, washing it often is recommended to prevent the accumulation of certain environmental factors, such as dust and dirt, that can potentially damage the vinyl surface. Alternatively, if you opt for taking your vehicle to a car wash facility, it is preferable to choose a touchless car wash to avoid the risks of damages on the vinyl wrap caused by brushes. Ideally, hand washing your own car wrap using a non-abrasive cleaner is the best way to maintain its high quality and shine.
Avoid Extensive Sun Exposure
Sun exposure is another factor that can hinder the life expectancy of your car wrap. While premium vinyl wraps are effectively resistant, it is important to consider protecting your vehicle from sun exposure for extended periods of time; eventually, the vehicle wrap will begin to degrade, hence reducing its expected lifespan. We recommend storing your ride in an indoor or covered parking space to benefit from the attractive wrap's extended lifetime.