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10 tips for maintaining your fleet wraps

Hand wash to avoid damaging wrap
hand wash

#1 Regular Cleaning

Regularly wash your car wrap with a mild detergent and water. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or brushes that could damage the vinyl.

#2 Hand Washing

Hand washing is preferable to using high-pressure car washes and pressure washing, as these can sometimes be too harsh on the wrap material.

Jiffy Lube pickup wrap in Bismarck, North Dakota
Jiffy Lube

#3 Avoid Scratches

Be cautious when using tools or objects around your wrapped vehicle. Sharp objects or rough surfaces can scratch or damage the vinyl.

#4 No Harsh Chemicals

Avoid using harsh chemicals, solvents, or abrasive compounds on the wrap. Stick to mild soap

and water for cleaning.

Caves trailer wrap. Located in Bismarck, North Dakota

#5 Quick Removal of Contaminants

Promptly remove bird droppings, tree sap, or any other contaminants, as leaving them on the wrap for an extended period can cause damage.

#6 Protection from UV Rays

Whenever possible, park your car in the shade to protect the vinyl from prolonged exposure to UV rays. UV rays can cause the colors to fade over time.

#7 Avoid Automatic Car Washes

Automated car washes with brushes can be abrasive and may damage the wrap. If you choose to use an automatic car wash, make sure it's brushless.

Triple S Solution gives your wrap an extra shiny coatinging
Triple S Solution

#8 Gentle Drying

When drying the wrap, use a soft, clean microfiber cloth or chamois. Avoid using rough or abrasive materials that could scratch the surface.

#9 Shining it up!

Enhance the wrap while leaving a protective finish that lasts! We highly recommend Triple S Solution. You can find it here:

#10 Inspect Regularly

Periodically inspect the wrap for any signs of damage, peeling, or lifting at the edges. If you notice any issues, address them promptly to prevent further damage.

Maintaining the fleet wrap by following the tips above will make the most of your investment. Check out some of our wraps at


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