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How to Care for Your Vehicle Wrap During Summer August 1, 2017

East New York, Brooklyn
How to Care for Your Vehicle Wrap During Summer, Brooklyn, New York

Investing in a vehicle wrap is a great way to market your business and increase your clientele, which is why the professionals from DTM Signs and Truck Wraps specialize in creating one-of-a-kind eye catching graphics for your car or truck. However, for you to get the most out of their services, your vehicle wrap needs the proper care, especially during the summer. Here, they’ve gathered some maintenance tips for you to follow.

How to Care for Your Vehicle Wrap in the Heat of Summer

Avoid Parking in the Same Direction Every Time

This might sound strange, but one of the best ways to ensure the life span of your vehicle wrap is to park in different directions if possible, especially if you need to leave your vehicle out in the sun for an extended period of time. Doing so will help make sure one area doesn’t receive more UV rays than another, causing faded splotches. Try moving your car so all surface space receives the same amount of sunlight on a daily basis.

Park in a Garage or Covered Area

vehicle wrapThe best way to protect your graphics is to eliminate leaving it in the sun altogether, which is why the professionals from DTM Signs and Truck Wraps recommend parking your vehicles in a garage or covered area. Doing so will minimize UV damage and wear and tear from the weather, as well as reduce the damage it can receive from extreme heat.

Consider Adding a Protective Coating

If parking your vehicle in a garage or covered area isn’t an option, or if it needs to be out on the road all day long, you may consider investing in a protective coating to add to your vehicle’s exterior. There are plenty of polishes and waxes on the market today designed to prevent UV and heat damage, as well as to keep it looking shiny and clean. 

Invest in an Auto Cover

For those extra hot days, having an auto cover handy in case you need to park your vehicle in the sun is a good idea. If you’re out on a job and need to leave your car or truck parked in front of the curb, keeping a cloth or composite car cover in the truck will keep your ride in good condition.

Vehicle graphics are a great way to attract customers, as long as they’re not peeled and bubbling from the heat. Luckily, following the suggestions above should help protect it. For more tips, contact the professionals from DTM Signs and Truck Wraps at (347) 312-5488. You can also visit their website to learn more about the company and their services. Financing is now available online as well, and you can also find the company on Facebook.

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