PPF Application

Paint Protection Film (PPF) is a transparent automotive coating applied to the exterior surfaces of vehicles to protect the paint from rock chips, bug splatter, road debris, and other
environmental elements. Composed of a durable, self-healing material, PPF provides a sacrificial layer that absorbs impacts, preventing damage to the underlying paint. It is commonly
used on vulnerable areas such as the front bumper, hood, fenders, and side mirrors to maintain the vehicle’s aesthetic appeal and resale value by minimizing wear and tear.

Important Notes

  • Warranty provided by the applied film’s company.
  • Minor dust specs may occur during application, but we ensure acceptable standards.
  • PPF application involves 2D film on a 3D surface, leading to unavoidable stretch marks.
  • Use branded TPU films with self-healing abilities for minor swirl marks.
  • Over time, slight yellowness may occur due to age and oxidation.
  • Strong PPF adhesion may pose issues on repainted panels; warranties not applicable.
  • PPF application is complex, and occasional joints on the film may be necessary.