Matte black wrapped Audi A7. Black Diamond Designs did is a beautiful job and this is a showcase of how well a matte wrap can look.
This car was wrapped using our favorite Avery matte wrap materiel. This is a long lasting 7 year vinyl that when taken care of will last and look great for many years.
Matte black vinyl wraps in Birmingham offers a beautiful solution to add a great look and upgrade to your car but also help protect the original paint. Matte black wraps have been popular for a long time and are still popular due to their amazing quality, durability and appearance. In Birmingham, Black Diamond is your source for car and truck wraps
What You Need to Know about Matte Car Wraps
There are many great ways to get your vehicle noticed using a vinyl car wrap, and one of the best ways to do that is to use an Avery or 3M matte black wrap. Matte car wraps give a vehicle an awesome modern, dull look that accents the lines of the vehicle and makes it seem to absorb light more than other wraps.
Matte Black Wrap Care 101
Your new wrap isn’t meant to be installed and forgotten. Like the rest of your vehicle, your vehicle wrap requires regular cleaning and maintenance. For long-lasting, vibrant color, wash your wrap on a regular basis and keep your vehicle away from possible pollutants and direct long exposure to sunlight
1- Never use automotive cleaning products that contain wax and other compounds used to protect paint. Waxing a matte or satin finish will ruin the look of your wrap.
2- If you’ve got grease, fingerprints or hard-to-remove contaminants, we suggest using a strong “wrap safe” cleaner Gently wipe away any hard-to-remove substances, aggressive rubbing can cause a polishing effect with irreversible damage, wipe gently!
3- AUTOMATIC CAR WASHES : Never put your vehicle through an automatic car wash as they use waxing agents in their soaps. Pressure from water jets and hot air can cause vinyl to lift.
4- HAND CAR WASHES(PAID) : Although certain establishments will know how to clean and maintain matte or satin finishes, most don’t. You won’t have control over the types of cleaners used. We suggest calling and inquiring about services they may offer for matte finishes.
5- PRESSURE WASHERS : There is nothing wrong with pressure washing your vehicle. We do suggest however that you do not expose seams, edges and corners to direct water pressure. Prolonged exposure to pressure may cause the wrap to unravel.
6- FUEL SPILLS : When fuelling up, never let fuel drip on your vinyl wrap. It’s been known to damage finishes and discolor surfaces. In the event where fuel comes into contact with your wrap, quickly wipe it off. You can use the free windshield squeegee if you don’t have anything with you to wipe off fuel.