Due to surface conditions, temperature or trim obstacles there may be some lifting, air bubbles or imperfections that occur during installation.
Hand Washing is Recommended
Avoid hard bristles or abrasive cleaners with any solvents.
Soft sponges or rags work best. Take extra care on matte finishes by using liquid dish soap.
Hand dry with a micro fiber cloth. Rinse with plenty of water from the top of the vehicle down. Be sure to pay extra close attention to any layered or textured applications.
If you notice any lifting or loose edges, be sure to schedule a follow up appointment.
Pressure Washing is Not Recommended
High pressure water can break any seals or seams applied to your wrap.
If water makes it's way beneath the graphics it will cause adhesive failure and shorten the life of your graphics.
Caution When Waxing or Polishing
DO NOT use any wax or polish on matte or textured finishes.
Excessive buffing can damage the natural finish of the graphic laminate.
Heat sensitive waxes can stain your graphics.
Your wrap finish can be requested as Matte or Gloss. In which case there is no need to wax.
For most situations a simple hand wash will restore your wrap's finish.
*Remove any tree sap, oil or residue as soon as possible to prevent stains or damage.
Use isopropyl alcohol to remove oil, tar or any asphalt build up.
*Gas Spill - Wash off with soapy water immediately.
Park in the shade or garage to prevent any UV damage.
*If your vehicle does not have a shaded storage area, it is best to rotate the direction of exposure by switching parking spaces or direction.