How often should I wash my vehicle wrap?

Wash your wrap once a week or more often if your vehicle is exposed to a lot of dirt or pollutants. You should hand wash. You can use any gentle automotive detergent if necessary – any good brand will work. Always use a nice automotive sponge or clean, soft cloth to wash your wrap. Rinse vehicle with clear water after washing. Minimize water spotting by using a silicone squeegee or chamois to remove water. Dry with a clean microfiber cloth.

How long does a vehicle wrap take to install?

If the wrap is our primary focus, turnaround time can be as short as a week or less depending on complexity. Stripes, graphics & accent pieces can typically be completed in 24 – 72 hours, but exterior wraps or full-color changes with door jambs will take considerably longer. Installation times will vary depending on the project and when it’s scheduled. If you’re on a deadline or want to expedite your install, just let us know what the time frame is and we’ll factor it in when we set up your appointment.

Can I take my wrapped vehicle into a drive-through car wash?

You can bring your wrapped vehicle to an automated brushless car wash, though handwashing is safer and more thorough. Brush car washes may be too rough on the film, degrading it and causing peeling and lifted edges. If a car wash uses water spray and no brushes, it should be safe for most wraps.

How long does a vehicle wrap take to be designed?

A minimum of 1 business day is spent on the design of a vehicle wrap. Although we do not have an accurate time we can spend on your wrap, it may take 1 – 3 business days. We create a design with ideas and samples provided by our customers. We recommend taking some time to gather all the information before sending it to us. Changes are allowed up to five times after this, each change will be $50 charge applied.

How do I clean bird droppings, insects, tree sap or other difficult stains?

Clean bird droppings and difficult stains immediately. Letting them sit for too long will make them harder to remove and may permanently damage the wrap. Soak the affected area for a few minutes with warm, soapy water to loosen the contaminants. Rinse completely and dry with a microfiber cloth. Do not use solvents or oil-based cleaning products!

How long does a vehicle wrap last?

The life span of a vehicle wrap is typically between 5 – 8 years, depending on daily use and from the climate/exposure it experiences. However, a wrap that is well taken care of can last much longer.

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