TBONE Graphics, Graphic Designer, Pasadena, MD
T-Bone Graphics LLC      Wraps Details
About Wraps
To ensure that your vehicle wrap lasts, we recommend bringing it back in 2 weeks for a complimentary check-up.  Any bubbles or lifting areas will usually be visible by this time, and fixing any such issues will extend the life of your wrap.

Prior to the wrap installation, the vehicle should be washed, but NOT WAXED, and with NO TREATMENTS. Wax and treatments will keep the vinyl from properly adhering to your vehicle.

The installation is usually completed within one to three days, depending on the size of the vehicle and detail of the wrap. We will notify you of the estimated date of completion prior to starting the installation.

Vehicle wraps are typically installed at our facility, giving us quick access to all of the equipment necessary to ensure a high quality install. In certain circumstances, we will travel to the customer for a wrap installation; travel fees may apply.

Wraps are designed to be long-term temporary. Removing the wrap will not cause damage to the paint, as long as the paint is in good condition when the wrap is installed. We do not recommend uninstalling the wrap yourself, as this could cause damage to the vehicle’s paint.  A properly installed and cared for wrap will actually help to protect and preserve the paint.

We can update your graphics, phone numbers, websites, logos, etc. if your company information were to change. We will update the design then reprint and reinstall the new wrap panels. Standard charges will apply.

Standard Wraps are not intended for close-up scrutiny, and are best viewed at a distance of at least 6 feet. Paint-replacement and high-end wraps stand up better to closer scrutiny, and are priced accordingly.​
Properly Caring for Wraps
We recommend hand washing your vehicle with a soft sponge or rag at least once per month. 

Use a non-abrasive cleaner with no solvents (including alcohol), and avoid excessive rubbing.

Use plenty of water and wash from the top of the vehicle down.

Avoid brushes (both automatic and hand brushes) as they can cause scratches, dull the finish of the protective laminate, or lift the edges of the vinyl.  

Do not pressure-wash the wrap, it could cause the vinyl to tear or edges to lift. 

Air dry, or dry with a microfiber cloth. 

 Avoid using ice scrapers on windows that have perforated vinyl.

Avoid Carnuba-based waxes.  Teflon-based polishes are fine.  Do not use any wax or polish on matte or textured finishes.

Remove any gunk or residue as soon as possible to avoid damage or staining.

Test any cleaners you use in an inconspicuous place first, avoid abrasive cleaners.

Gas spill: wash off residue with soapy water ASAP.

Oil, tar or asphalt build-up: wipe down with isopropyl alcohol and a citrus-based cleaner.

Follow any chemical cleanings with regular washing with water and a mild cleanser.

Park in the shade, in a garage or under cover as much as possible to avoid UV damage.