Published on December 24th, 2017 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


How Long Will Your Car Wrap Last?

The answer to a car wrap’s longevity depends on many factors. These include things like sun exposure, frequency of washing, and more. If your vehicle is out in the sun at work all day or in the driveway over the weekends, the wrap will last a shorter amount of time.

A daily driven car exposed to constant sun and heat will last approximately 2 years at most. If you happen to park in the shade usually, this could potentially increase durability to 3 – 4 years.

If your vehicle is garaged during the week and driven only on weekends, the good news is your vinyl wrap should last around 5 years or more. In general, proper care and maintenance is the correct way to increase the length of your wrap. But still wanting more, you can add a protective coating that will increase the vinyl’s durability.

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