After Care Guide

Congratulations on choosing the ultimate protection for your vehicle with a ceramic coating! To ensure your investment maintains its brilliance and shield against the elements, it’s essential to follow an aftercare routine. Below, we’ve outlined detailed steps to guide you through the process.

Critical Curing Period (First 24 Hours): During the initial 24 hours post-coating, your vehicle undergoes a crucial curing process. To facilitate this, avoid the following:

  • Abrasives and Washing: Refrain from using wash mitts, soaps, or bug removers.
  • Hard Mineral Water: Keep hose water away from the paint surface.
  • Automatic Car Washes: Steer clear of automated washes.
  • Parking Precautions: Avoid areas prone to bird droppings, tree sap, or debris.

Active Curing Period (Next 14 Days): Over the next 14 days, your ceramic coating continues to cure. Exercise caution by maintaining the above restrictions during this period.

Fully Cured Ceramic Coating – Care & Maintenance: Once the coating is fully cured, regular maintenance is key to preserving its effectiveness. Here’s what to do:

  • Maintenance Washes (Every 2-4 Weeks): Hand wash your vehicle every 2 to 4 weeks.
  • Decontamination Wash (Once Per Year): Perform an annual decontamination wash to remove embedded contaminants. Click here to book a Decon wash with us. 

By adhering to these aftercare guidelines, you ensure your ceramic coating continues to safeguard your vehicle’s pristine appearance and longevity. For further assistance or inquiries, feel free to reach out to us

Congratulations on enhancing your driving experience with new window tint! To ensure your tinted windows maintain their clarity and durability, it’s essential to follow proper aftercare guidelines. Below, we’ve outlined detailed steps to guide you through the process.

Critical Curing Period (First Few Days): During the initial curing period, it’s crucial to allow the tint to properly adhere to the glass. Follow these precautions:

  • Avoid rolling windows down for 2-3 days in hot weather or 3-5 days in cold weather to prevent peeling.
  • Avoid Touching Inside of Windows: Refrain from cleaning or touching the inside of the windows for the first week after tint application.
  • Handle Air Bubbles Carefully: Refrain from pushing, poking, or pressing on air bubbles, as they will evaporate naturally within a week or two.

Hazy Film or Water Pockets: Don’t panic if you notice haziness or water pockets on your newly tinted windows. This is a normal occurrence and will resolve on its own. Here’s what to know:

  • Temporary Haziness: Newly tinted windows might appear hazy due to excess water between the glass and film.
  • Natural Evaporation: The water will evaporate over time, typically within two days to up to a month, depending on weather conditions.

By following these aftercare guidelines, you’ll ensure your window tint maintains its integrity and enhances your vehicle’s appearance for years to come. If you have any further questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us for assistance.

Installing Paint Protection Film (PPF) is a smart investment to safeguard your vehicle’s exterior. To ensure your PPF maintains its effectiveness and appearance, it’s crucial to follow proper aftercare guidelines. Below, we’ve provided comprehensive instructions to assist you in caring for your PPF.

Critical Curing Period: During the initial 48 hours after installation, your PPF undergoes a crucial curing process. To facilitate proper curing, adhere to the following precautions:

  • Avoid Unnecessary Water Exposure: Refrain from exposing your vehicle to excessive water, extreme heat, or car washing for at least 14 days.

Standard Ongoing Maintenance (15 Days & Beyond): Once the critical curing period has passed, maintain your PPF with these ongoing maintenance tips:

  • Proper Pressure Washing: If using a pressure washer, keep the nozzle at least 18” away from the surface.
  • Gentle Cleaning of Edges: Avoid using a pressure washer on PPF edges; instead, gently clean them with a soft wash mitt if dirty.
  • Consistent Vehicle Wash Schedule: Establish a regular vehicle wash schedule, such as once every two weeks for daily drivers.

Post-Installation Guidelines: After the curing process is complete, continue to care for your PPF with the following guidelines:

  • Handle Moisture Pockets with Care: If any moisture pockets or bubbles are visible after curing, avoid pressing on them or attempting to pop them.
  • Addressing Debris and Stains: Promptly remove bug splats and stains, especially during warm weather, to prevent damage to the film.

By adhering to these aftercare guidelines, you’ll ensure your Paint Protection Film maintains its integrity and provides long-lasting protection for your vehicle’s paint. If you encounter any concerns or require further assistance, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for support.

Vinyl car wraps offer a contemporary way to personalize your vehicle. While the technology behind wraps has evolved rapidly, proper care and maintenance remain essential for preserving their appearance and longevity. Below, we delve into crucial details on how to wash and maintain a car wrap effectively.

Understanding Car Wraps: It’s vital to grasp that vinyl car wraps are intended as temporary enhancements, even with meticulous care. Despite their potential longevity, vinyl wraps are inherently temporary compared to traditional paint.

Importance of Extra Care: Providing extra care for your vinyl wrap can significantly extend its lifespan. Due to its softer surface compared to paint, vinyl is more susceptible to scratching and damage.

Critical Post-Installation Period: After vinyl wrap installation, it’s crucial to avoid washing or exposing your car to rain for the first 5 days. This allows moisture between the paint surface and the vinyl film to evaporate completely, ensuring correct adhesive setting and preventing edge lift. Additionally, refrain from using shampoos or exposing the wrap to excessive water during this period. During the curing process, you may notice some bubbles or a slight haze in the film, which is entirely normal. These imperfections typically dissipate within 1 to 3 weeks with regular vehicle use and exposure to sunlight.

Conclusion: By following these aftercare guidelines, you’ll maintain the brilliance and longevity of your vinyl wrap, ensuring your vehicle retains its stunning appearance for years to come. For further assistance or inquiries, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

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