These tips will help maintain the premium look and longevity of your wrap. Infrequent or improper maintenance can lead to premature degradation and lower expected life of the film.

Hand Wash (Preferred Method)
  • Step 1: Pre-rinse – Powerwash the whole vehicle to remove the bulk of dirt.

  • Step 2: Wash – Gently wash the vehicle with a mild soapy water solution using a soft mitt. Always start from the top down while avoiding unnecessary scrubbing.

  • Step 3: Rinse – Rinse thoroughly with clean water.

  • Step 4: Dry – A leaf blower is the best option. If you don’t have one, use a microfibre towel.

Note! Excessive spraying of the edges may create failure points and result in lifting. Keep the nozzle at least 1 foot away and water pressure below 2000 psi.

Touchless Car Wash

Great if the vehicle is not too dirty.

Touch Car Wash

Avoid it at all costs; this will scratch the film.

Which Soap should I use on my vehicle wrap?

Use a mild car soap with a neutral PH.

When should I clean my vehicle when it has a car wrap?

Do not clean in the first 2 days after the wrap. After that at least every 2 weeks.

Can an Adhesive Primer Be Used on Deep Channels or Contoured Areas?

Yes, in rare occasions such as complex curves or deep channels.

Can I wax my Vehicle if it has a car wrap?

Yes, ensure the wax is specific for the wrap finish.

Can I spray quick-detailer on my vehicle?

Yes, this should be used as a drying helper after the car wash, it will protect from UV rays and extend the life time of the film, for matte finishes use a specific detailers and always test first.

What about difficult spots to clean on my car wrap?

Spot clean contaminants asap to avoid damage, start by soaking with hot soapy water then wipe. If not enough use 50/50 water/rubbing alcohol.

How do I remove pollution stains from my vehicle wrap?

Use a degreaser such as goo gone, spray the surface, wipe away and wash, do not let it soak and always test a small section first.

Do I need to inform anyone about the color change?

New colour of the wrap must be communicated to Service Ontario. Consider asking your insurance company to insure the wrap.


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