How to Clean

  • Hand washing is ideal.

  • If you cannot hand wash your vehicle, use a brushless car wash.

  • Rinse off the top layer of dirt and grime.

  • Use soapy water or other wet, non-abrasive solutions with a soft sponge to wash your vehicle.


What to Avoid

  • Scratching, scrubbing or any use of abrasive tools that can cut the film.

  • Harsh chemicals and brushes.

  • Parking near trees, shrubs or other objects that can scrape your vehicle.

  • Waxing and polishing matte, satin, carbon fiber, straight fiber or brushed metal finishes

Note: If moderate scratching occurs for any reason, use a heat gun at no more than 180F to repair the vinyl.

Pressure Washing

  • Pressure washing is not the best option, but if need be, follow the strict guidelines.

  • Make sure pressure is below 2,000 psi and the temperature of the water is below 180 F.

  • Use a 40-degree wide spray nozzle.

  • Stand one foot away at 90-degree angle.


Difficult Contaminants

  • Bird droppings, tree sap, bugs, pollen, etc.

  • Spot clean and soak with hot, soapy water.

  • Rinse and dry.

  • As a last resort, use isopropyl alcohol.   


Fuel Spills

  • Immediately wipe off fuel with a rag.

  • Wash, rinse and dry, same as general cleaning.

Monday - Friday

10:00 A.M - 7:00 P.M


Saturday - Sunday

By Appointment 

Tel: (619)721-8679

Tel: (858)286-8070


4807 Mercury Street Suite C

San Diego CA 92111



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