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Old 1st October 2017, 01:26 PM   #1
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Default Caring for wrapped cars?

Never did wraps im my previous jobs so now Ive got a wrapped car I have zero idea how to clean and care for it.

Can anyone give me any advice and suggest some suitable and safe products?
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You want to use a shampoo that contains no gloss enhancers otherwise you will get a greasy mess finish. We also have a "matte detailer" specifically for this job in hand.

I would recommends these 4 products below to stay on to of it.

Adams wash pad

https://www.prestigecarcareshop.com/...l-car-wash-pad

Adam's blue ph balanced car shampoo

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Adam's Matte detailer

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Big yellow drying towel

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You also get 10% off all your orders with the forum discount code "cuttersuk" i hope that helps and if you have any questions please feel free to fire away.
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Cheers.
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Does the detailer contain any solvents?
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Don’t use a jet wash!

I viewed a 6000 mile frozen japan red performance edition and the edges were peeling badly. I assume it was from careless washing.
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Does the detailer contain any solvents?
No solvents in the matte detailer :-)
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Thanks for your business dude. Give me a shout if you ever need anything or any help.

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We have a new matte sealant coming out soon which it really help you guys with wraps and frozen paint.
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We have a new matte sealant coming out soon which it really help you guys with wraps and frozen paint.
Interested.
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im thinking of getting my car wrapped in a frozen/satin grey,could i use a caramic coating on it /, has your new coating been released yet? any advice would be great
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We have the new Matt Protectant in finally

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im thinking of getting my car wrapped in a frozen/satin grey,could i use a caramic coating on it /, has your new coating been released yet? any advice would be great
Wrapped cars are pretty easy to maintain if you keep on top of them Kev.

Wash as normal but without products containing gloss enhances or sio2 etc

We have 2 new products for keeping on top of the finish which is the Matt detailer and the Matt Protectant.
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ok great, thanks for that
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