Hello, and welcome back to our blog! Last time we talked about vinyl wraps and how you can maintain them in the winter. This time we’re going to talk about several more ways you can maintain your vinyl wrap in order to protect your vehicle and its finish. If you’re interested in learning more about what vinyl wrap options are available to you in Denver and the surrounding area, visit First Class Tint & Vinyl Wrap today and learn how wraps can not only make your car look great but protect it from damage.
Go easy on the scraper
Like we talked about in our last blog, ice buildup is sometimes impossible to prevent on your car. However, if a storm rolls through and you find yourself scraping ice off your car, here are some ways to get ice off your car without damaging your vinyl wrapping:
- Use luke-warm water: pouring luke-warm water on your car and then lightly scraping it can help you get ice off without damaging your wrapping. However, if the water is too cold, it may just freeze. If it’s too hot, you risk cracking your windshield.
- Use de-icer: If you don’t mind spending a little extra money, de-icer may be a great tool for you.
- Use your defroster: make sure you immediately start your car and turn on your defroster when you go out to scrape off your car. This will make the ice softer and easier to get off.
If you follow these tips, you should be well on your way to getting ice off your car without damaging your vinyl wrap.
Avoid road salt
There isn’t much that’s more damaging to your car’s vinyl wrap than road salt. As you drive over road salt, it can get kicked up onto your car’s body and will begin to erode the vinyl wrap. If you tend to use road salt for your driveway, try finding another method of melting ice and keeping your driveway safe.
Get a high-quality wrap
If you really want to prevent damage to your vinyl wrap in the winter, you need to get a high-quality wrap from an expert. At First Class Tint & Vinyl Wrap, we’re dedicated to getting you the most high-quality vinyl wraps in exactly the color and texture you’re looking for! Contact us today to learn more about the services we offer in Denver and the surrounding areas.