How to Stop Your Car Wrap from Fading

by | Aug 25, 2021 | car wraps, digital printing

Syndicated by One Source Media, Queens, New York

In this article, we will share some top tips on how you can stop your car wrap from fading:

Make Sure the Car Wrap You Choose is UV Stable

When choosing the right vinyl for your car wrap, always go for the best, don’t just pick the cheapest vinyl. Make sure your vinyl is UV stable, this will help it to resist fading and keep your car wrap looking good for longer.

Protect Your vinyl From the Weather

It may sound obvious, but the sun is the number one thing that will fade your wrap, so when you are not using your car, try to keep it covered. Excess rainwater can also have a damaging effect on your wrap, so if possible, keep your vehicle garaged or under a carport.

Keep Your Car Clean

Keeping your car clean will also help your wrap to stand the test of time. We recommend using good-quality car shampoo to help add an extra layer of protection to your wrap.

Don’t Use a Waterslide Decal

If you’re thinking about using a waterslide decal to wrap your car, we highly recommend against it. Waterslide decals are great for other things, but for car wraps, they are not the right material. Waterslide decals don’t last long as they can quickly fade or tear.

Choose a Professional Installer

A vehicle wrap professional installer will be able to make sure that your wrap is installed perfectly and look great for as long as possible. It may look like an easy job, but left to an amateur, it could spell disaster and lead to unnecessary fading over time.

Here at One Source Media, we are experts at installing custom car wraps that will not only look fantastic but also stand the test of time. Book in today for a free consultation and our team will show you some of the great options we have for your vehicle.

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