How to maintain your BMW car wrap
Washing and maintaining you car wrap takes more than just a little soap and water. Maintaining the finish on your wrap takes special care and special products. However I’ve put together of the best known products to keep you wrap looking as perfect as the day you got had it done.
If you are considering a car wrap for you business vehicle, you are making a smart choice. Not only are car wraps one of the most effective forms advertising on the market today, but also one of the least costly. There are a few things about car wraps that you should know however. None of them are really downsides, in fact most are positives, to having a car wrap, just questions that you may have going in.
The first, and possibly most important, decision you will have to make about your car wrap is the style. There are many different looks and colors that you can choose for your company car, and the possibilities are nearly endless. The best way to come up with a design for your car wrap is to take some rough ideas that you have had, along with some other ads you have used in newspapers and magazines, including your business logo, and bring them into the place you are planning on having your car wrap made. There are almost always graphic designers and artists that work at places such as this that will be able to sit down with you and all of your designs and come up with a look for your car that will attract the most people while still remaining classy. These people can do wonders on computers and know what styles work and don’t work. So trust them with your car wrap, but don’t let them push you too far away from what you are looking for either.
The next thing that you’ll have to face when you get a car wrap is the minor inconvenience of not having a car for a time. Normally this isn’t a huge deal, and most companies can have the wrap installed on the car in less than three days, but it is still something to consider. I would bring your car into get the wrap applies when you are leaving for a business trip the next day, because while it is possible the wrap will be finished, you may end up walking to your destination.
Maintenance of your car wrap is a huge factor. Most of the time, depending on the severity of the weather where you live, a car wrap can last up to seven years. This number comes with the assumption that you will take care of it however. The care for a car wrap isn’t anything outlandish or difficult. In fact you would take care of the car much the same as you would if it didn’t have the wrap on it. You will want to wash it with soap and water frequently. This become more important the most really dark and really light colors you have on your wrap. If you normally use a pressure washer, you’ll have to find a new way to wash.
The pressure from a pressure washer can and probably will damage the wrap. It can either put holes in it or make it fold or crease and once that happens it’s basically ruined. Another thing that you will want to avoid when caring for you wrap is window scrapers. Now while they are a nice way to get the ice off of your car quickly, you’ll have to start warming your car up and letting it melt off. Ice scrapers off the same destructive patterns as the pressure washer. Obviously if you don’t have the wrap on the front of your car, or over the windows this isn’t a problems, but for a full wrap it is something you’ll have to pay attention to.
So you see, there are mountains of benefits to having a car wrap put on your business vehicle and not many downsides. And with proper care of your car wrap the benefits only increase, because the better shape it stays in, the longer it will last, the more advertising you are getting for your money.
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