After all, you’re exposing it to the elements when you’re showing it off! And remember that dirt, grime, and even road salts can be corrosive or abrasive to your wrap, and you’ve got to have a washing schedule to avoid doing damage to it.
Hand washing is the best way to keep the vehicle clean. Make sure you’re using a nice, soft, non-abrasive cloth. You want to avoid high pressure systems as they may damage the adhesive around the edges. It’s okay to run it through a car wash as long as it’s not high pressure.
You Can Wax Your Wrap
If you have a full wrap, there is no need for wax. If you have only a partial wrap, you can use wax on the exposed paint, but make sure to remove any build up along the edge of the graphics.
If you have a vehicle with window graphics or window perforated graphics, you want to avoid using an ice scraper. Instead, turn on the defroster and use a soft brush to do the job.
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With these tips in mind, do you feel like you’re ready to care for your vinyl wrap? Do you have any other questions? If you do, leave those in the comments below!