Liquid Spray Wrap Maintenance & Care
Liquid Spray Wrap Aftercare
Liquid wrap or spray on wrap is very low maintenance investment and there is no need to use expensive products except the application of dip coat protectant to help to improve durability. However is important to pay a little attention to keep your new peelable paintwork in top conditions. After your car has been wrapped with liquid wrap, allow at least 2 weeks before you use a high pressure sprayer. Within 2 weeks you can still drive and wash it like you normally do with a soft sponge and dip wash soap and use high pressure but try to stay at least 30 cm away. If you get too close you will cut it and more close you might chip your paint too. Bird drops and fuel spills should be rinsed as soon as possible to avoid stains. The car will need to be kept clean and dust free. A weekly wash or whenever it gets dirty, it's fine. Avoid whenever possible to park your dipped car the whole day on a hot scorching 40 degrees day under the sun whenever possible.
To sum up:
To sum up:
- Keep it clean, wash weekly or whenever gets dirty and whenever possible apply the dip coat as add on protection, otherwise is ok.
- Don't touch every inch or try to check if it peels off for real. It won't stick back.
- Pay attention to door handles when opening the car or when you lift the bonnet as friction is being created.
- Whenever possible park the car in the shade. Under the sun is still fine but try to avoid if possible especially on hot 35-40 degrees days for the whole day.
- For stubborn stains, is possible to use the special liquid spray wrap spot cleaner stain remover.