Paint protection film is a thermoplastic urethane often self healing film applied to painted surfaces of a new or used car in order to protect the paint from stone chips, bug splatters, and minor abrasions. This film is also used on airplanes, RVs, cell phones, electronics, screens, motorcycles and many other areas.
If you intend to have your vehicle professionally PFF, the cost may range from $500 (for a clear bra) up to $2,000 for the whole car
Longevity of PPF is realistically around 5 to 7 years depending on driving conditions, wear and tear, and the method of care. The Self-Healing properties will diminish over time. It’s just natural, due to wear and tear
The reason for applying PPF is to protect paint from nicks, chips, scratches and abrasion. … In fact, PPF causes no lasting damage to car paint and can be easily peeled off after use.
The cost of this option often varies depending on the dealer and the type of car you are buying. Yes, it is worth considering because of the money it can potentially save you down the road. If your car is protected, you won’t have to worry about getting it painted before you resell it.
Can the paint protection film be waxed? After applying paint protection film on your car, you can wax it. However, make sure that the wax you will be using does not contain Kerosene or Naphtha in over 5% concentration. Also avoid waxes that come with dyes.
Both PPFs and Ceramic Coatings offer different protective properties and are able keep your car looking swanky and shiny for longer. … The PPF offers optimum protection from rock chip damage and scratches while Ceramic Coating over the top will provide glossiness, hydrophobicity and cleaning ease.
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