Short lifespan: Vinyl covers are prone to cracking, fading and peeling over time which reduces the overall lifespan of the cover.
2. Challenging to apply and prone to bubbles: Applying vinyl covers to a refrigerator can be difficult, and if not done properly, it can result in air bubbles forming underneath the cover, which can be unsightly and difficult to remove.
- Poor durability: Vinyl is a soft material that is easily damaged by sharp objects or household chemicals, making it a poor choice for kitchen use.
- Difficulty in cleaning: Stains on vinyl covers are difficult to remove and can often result in discoloration or damage to the cover.
- The vinyl is one-time use it will be ruined once removed from the fridge
This is a professional installing a vinyl wrap