Welcome to our premier PPF services—your vehicle’s ultimate shield against chips and scratches, ensuring a lasting pristine finish.
Paint protection film, often referred to as clear bra or PPF, is a transparent, thermoplastic urethane film applied to a vehicle’s exterior surfaces to protect the paint from damage caused by road debris, rock chips, scratches, and other environmental elements.
Paint protection film creates a durable, self-healing barrier between the vehicle’s paint and potential hazards. The film is designed to absorb impacts and disperse the force, preventing damage to the paint underneath. It can also resist chemical stains, fading, and minor scratches, while maintaining the original appearance of the vehicle.
High-quality paint protection films are designed to be virtually invisible when applied correctly by a skilled professional. The film is optically clear and blends seamlessly with the vehicle’s paint, preserving its original finish and appearance.
Yes, paint protection film can be removed without causing damage to the underlying paint. A professional installer can safely remove the film using specialised techniques and tools, leaving the paint surface in its original condition.
PPF is low-maintenance, but it’s essential to follow some guidelines to prolong its effectiveness. Avoid using abrasive cleaning materials, harsh chemicals, or automatic car washes with stiff brushes. Hand washing the vehicle with a mild soap and a soft microfiber cloth is usually sufficient to keep the film clean and in good condition.
While paint protection film is commonly applied to the front bumper, hood, fenders, and mirrors – areas most prone to damage – it can be applied to virtually any painted surface on the vehicle, including the entire body, door edges, and rear bumpers for comprehensive protection.
While DIY paint protection film kits are available, professional installation is highly recommended for the best results. Skilled installers have the expertise to ensure the film is applied without bubbles, creases, or misalignments, maximizing its protective capabilities and maintaining a flawless appearance.