26 Sailfish vivid blue paint wrap with graphics

30 Jan Boat Wrap Maintenance

Boat wraps are the cream of the crop when it comes to improving the appearance of your boat. There are many reasons why this is true, but one of the main reasons is the ease of care. Keeping up boat wrap maintenance is simple but very important. You need to know the do’s and don’ts for taking care of your boat wrap. Let us set you up for success and years of dazzling appeal.

Boat Wrap Maintenance

Boat wraps take very little work to keep clean and looking great. Dish soap and a cloth or soft brush; that’s all you need to clean your wrap. When you’re ready to clean your wrap, rinse off the surface with water. Use dish soap to lather up the wrap and then lightly scrub the surface with a cloth or soft brush. When cleaning is completed, use a microfiber cloth or silicone squeegee to dry the surface of the wrap. This will keep water spots from building up and obstructing the graphics.

For more difficult substances, use a paper towel and isopropyl alcohol to pull up the grime. This can include bug remains or tree sap that cannot be removed with just soap and water.

One thing you don’t want to use on your wrap is a pressure washer. The hard stream of the pressure washer can force water underneath the wrap and cause it to pull away from the exterior of the boat. If any corrosive materials come into contact with your wrap, make sure to clean them off right away. There is no need to wax your wrap as it is sealed and designed to stay looking great.

Your boat wrap looks great and you want to keep it that way. Boat wrap maintenance is simple and if you keep up with it will keep your wrap looking great for years to come.