Auto Action Group warrants the original purchaser of the product under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship a 3 Year Warranty from the date it was originally installed, such defect(s) will be repaired without charge for parts or labor. If it doesn’t work or look the way we promised, we’ll make it right. Just submit a warranty claim and we contact you within 24 hours with the next steps.
The Auto Action Guarantee
Auto Action Group (The Company) warrants to the original purchaser of the product (Painted Black Wheels/Painted Emblems) under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship a 3 year warranty from the date it was originally installed, such defect(s) will be repaired without charge for parts or labor.
LLumar Paint Protection Film comes with a 5 year limited manufacturer’s warranty which warrants professionally sold and applied LLumar® Paint Protection (PPF-Gloss, PPF-Matte as applicable) against cracking, bubbling or yellowing casused solely by defects in manufacture or materials
LLumar Dyed Window Tint is a widely available, premium dyed film line engineered to exacting standards with lifetime limited warranty coverage for both film and installation.
The FormulaOne Classic Series is a line of ultra-premium dyed films backed by lifetime limited transferable warranty and offered exclusively by LLumar SelectPro™ dealers.
Auto Action Group (The Company) warrants to the original purchaser of the product (Black Vinyl Roof / Rover Package) under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship a 3 year warranty from the date
Allow a minimum of 30 days following the installation of paint to cure before washing. Do not power wash painted wheels or emblems.
Recommended Care: Allow a minimum of 3 days following the installation for film to cure before washing and waxing. Do Not Power Wash Film Area. Film takes a total of 30 days to fully cure, during that time there may be some visible haze or condensation.
Recommended Care: Your new window film will take two to three weeks to fully dry, sometimes a lot longer depending on film brand, type, and weather conditions. Until this time your tinted windows may appear hazy or lumpy, and it may seem to have water bubbles. This is normal. On your vehicle do not roll your tinted windows down for at least three days.
When cleaning a car’s tinted windows, make sure to use an ammonia-free cleaner, as ammonia will eat away the tint over time.
Do not clean windows with abrasive pads or cleaners; use a soft cloth, a clean synthetic sponge or soft paper towels.
Caution should be used when releasing seat belts as small chips can be made in the window film due to the seat belt hitting the glass as it is released.
Protection of a newly applied decal/ graphic or wrapped object
- After the installation is complete, wipe down the graphics or wrap to remove any fingerprints, streaks, dust or other light surface contaminants. It is important to start with a clean surface before applying the Sealant.
- To clean the film, spray the Avery Dennison Supreme Wrap Care cleaner onto a microfiber towel and directly onto the surface. A small amount of cleaner will go a long way, so only use 2-3 sprays. Wipe the surface clean, then turn the towel and dry. After cleaning the entire area, apply the Avery Dennison Supreme Care Sealant. NOTE: DO NOT apply the sealant on a hot surface.
Spray the Sealant directly onto the film surface. Using a new microfiber towel, wipe the sealant onto the surface using a circular motion, working in small sections. Do not wait for the sealant to dry before buffing it out. The Sealant should be applied and buffed all in the same motion. Repeat these steps moving to the next sections of the substrate.
The Sealant will provide a protective layer and make it difficult for dirt, bird droppings, tree sap and other contaminants from damaging the film surface.
Maintaining decals/ graphics or wraps over its applied lifetime
Applied pressure sensitive films in constant contact with dirt, grime and contaminants will eventually degrade, especially if left unclean and exposed to UV light or heat.
In order to maintain the quality of its appearance, a (re)-application schedule of the Avery Dennison Supreme Wrap Care Sealant is a requirement. Ideally, a vehicle wrap should be cleaned every two weeks. This ensures that optimal visual appearance is maintained for the life of the wrap.
The application schedule will vary depending on its end-use and location. It is recommended under heavy-duty circumstances that the Sealant be applied in a higher frequency.
The Avery Dennison Supreme Wrap Care Cleaner should be used as a general purpose cleaner in between Sealant applications
Spot cleaning and difficult stains on decals/ graphics or wraps
Avery Dennison Supreme Wrap Care Power Cleaner is intended to be used as a spot treatment on difficult surface contaminants such as bugs, bird droppings, tree sap and road tar. The cleaner should be applied to the contaminant as soon as possible to prevent damage.
• Apply 2-3 sprays directly onto the contaminant, then allow up to 30 seconds before wiping with a clean microfiber towel.
• Apply the Wrap Care Cleaner to remove any leftover residue from the Power Cleaner.
• After cleaning always use Sealant to optimally protect and restore the appearance of the film.
Additional Cleaning Notes
- This product can also be maintained with commercially available cleaning detergents, which are common to the professional maintenance of vehicles, outdoor advertising and other decorative applications. All cleaning activities shall be executed in line with the detergents manufacturer’s written instructions.
Waterless Wash / Spray Wax
- A waterless wash or spray wax can also be used as long as the vehicle isn’t too dirty. These products can help maintain the gloss level and performance of the film. If the vehicle is not overly dirty, this is the preferred method. Avery Dennison’s Wrap Care Cleaner, Power Cleaner and Sealant are recommended for maintaining vinyl wraps. Additional products that have been found to work well for wrap care can be found in the chart in section 5.
- NOTE: Before using any new product on any wrap, be sure to test them in an inconspicuous area of the wrapped vehicle before using on the entire wrap.
- Using a spray wax to care for the wrap film is great for protecting the vinyl wrap from being damaged by environmental pollutants or seasonal airborne pollutants.
- NOTE: Make sure the wax used does not contain petroleum distillates or abrasive components. Always test the wax in an inconspicuous area prior to waxing the whole wrap. Any wax residue can be removed with all-purpose cleaner.
- When hand washing, the first step is to pre-rinse the vehicle with clean water, thus avoiding scratching the surface.
- Gently wash with a mild soapy water solution and a sponge, start at the top of the vehicle and work down. Avoid abrading the film surface with unnecessary scrubbing.
- Rinse the wrap thoroughly with clean water when finished.
- Allow the wrap to dry naturally or to aviod water spotting immediately use a silicone squeegee to remove water and then finish drying with a Chamois, micro-fiber towel or soft non-abrasive towel.
- Be careful to not lift the film edges.
- Detergent should be free from abrasive components, strong solvents and alcohols.
- Detergents should have a pH balance between 5 and 9. Always test the detergent in an inconspicuous spot on the vehicle wrap before using.
Automatic Car Wash
- A brushless automatic car wash with just spray is acceptable.
- The automated brush wash is not recommended as the brushes may scratch the vinyl surface, catch and lift the edges of the vinyl wrap, reduce the gloss finish and/or create a failure point.
- The use of a pressure or power washer should only be used when all other cleaning methods have been used or tested and did not properly work. NOTE: Pressure washing could have negative effects on the vehicle wrap including but not limited to edge-lifting and face degradation.
- Keep water pressure below 1200 psi (8- bars or 84 kg/cm2 )
- Keep water temperature below 180˚F (80˚C)
- Keep the nozzle at least 12 inches away from the edges
- Keep the nozzle perpendicular to the graphic. This will avoid lifting edges of the wrap.
- Use a nozzle with a 40˚ angle wide spray pattern