vinyl graphics were an investment, so we know you want to keep them
looking their best.
most important thing to remember about vinyl graphics is to wash them
the same way you wash your car. Do not use any harsh chemicals. Usually,
a good car soap and water will work just fine. If you have a wrap, there
are special polishing/waxing products you can purchase to keep your
vehicle clean. If you would like more information about these products,
please send us an email.
what do you do if you're a racer on a budget, and you trade some paint
and damage your decals? Don't worry, all hope is not lost!
And while we'll be happy to sell you a new set of vinyls, we know a
few secrets to bringing your vinyl back to life after a bump-n-run.
wash the damaged area with a warm, soapy water mixture. Dry the area
completely. Have a Mr. Clean brand Magic Eraser® on hand.
the Magic Eraser® thoroughly with clean, non-soapy water. Now, wring
out as much water as you can from the Magic Eraser®. Gently rub
the Magic Eraser® on the tire marks. You should see the rubber start
to ball up and fall off. With a little patience and effort, the Magic
Eraser® will will remove most of the tire rubber and paint from
your decals and leave them looking almost as good as new. Please be
aware, though, that the Magic Eraser® will slightly dull the surface
of the vinyl and leave it with a matte finish.
your vinyl isn't sticking anymore and you've got a corner peeling up?
A quick fix is to use Loc-Tite brand spray adhesive to fix it. Peel
back the edge of the vinyl that has lifted. Clean the area where the
vinyl needs to stick with rubbing alcohol. Tape off any surrounding
areas that you do not want the spray adhesive to make contact with.
Using one or two short, quick blasts of the spray adhesive should be
plenty to get your vinyl to stick again.