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What is paint protection film?

Paint protection film is made up of a blend of sophisticated elastomeric polymers that shield your vehicle's paint against UV rays, pollution, minuscule scratches, acidity, chips, oxidation, bird sputter, and road grime. One of the greatest methods to safeguard the paintwork on your car without affecting the design or color is to use paint protection film. Conserving your car's surface with paint protection film leaves it looking fresher for longer and can increase the commercial value of your vehicle in the future. 

Why paint protection film (PPF)?


The key reason that the larger part of vehicle owners decide to get PPF is for protection. We can safely say, PPF is the line of defense for your vehicle's paint, absorbing impact and protecting against chemical and water stains due to bird droppings, mineral accumulation, etc.


PPF provides absolute protection without compromising the looks of the vehicle. The film is invisible to the naked eye and latest new-tech film aids the look of the car and prevents the film from turning yellow over the years. 


PPF is considered as an extremely durable coating that can resist a great deal of wear and tear and is likely one of the toughest available. It can protect your automobile paint from a wide range of damage, including physical effects like stone chips, scratches as well as chemical impacts like acid rain.

How we do it?

Step 1 - Prep the vehicle's paintwork

In order to ensure the vehicle's paintwork is thoroughly dirt-free, our specialists use a quality degreasing solution. Following that, the surface will be compounded and polished to eliminate any blemishes prior to applying the PPF.

Step 2 - Sectioning the PPF material

After prepping the vehicle, PPF material used for installation will be cut by the specialist. It is identical in looks to window tint. The film will be installed in pieces, such as a bonnet, rocker panels, quarter panel, side mirrors, door, or any other section smaller than 5 feet square.

We'll line up the film and prepare for installation after it is cut.

Step 3 - Utilize activator solution

Mounting paint protection film requires the application of an activator – also known as a fitting solution. This enables the PPF to activate a 'glue-like component,' which is what helps it to adhere to the surface of the paintwork.

Step 4 - Fitting the PPF

This is the difficult part, and having our skilled expert to conduct the work proves vital. When PPF is applied, it does not always fit precisely. In fact, it is far more difficult to install than vinyl. Spraying, squeegeeing, and repositioning the PPF are all part of the installation procedure. When the film is in the proper place, the installer will use the scraper to eliminate any bubbles or wrinkles.

Step 5 - Drying the installed PPF

Upon applying the Paint Protection Film and removing all bubbles and wrinkles, the last stage is to dry or heat-activate the film. They use a heat gun to engage the adhesive and allow the PPF to adhere to the body. It also compresses the material, resulting in a close fit to the bodywork surface.

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