Paint Protection Film Wrapping

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The Advantages of Applying PPF on a New Car

This type of material is completely safe to apply to your new car. In fact, most paint protection film customers opt to use this type of protective coating on the clear coat of vehicle’s paint vs a ceramic coating, traditional carnauba wax, or paint sealants due to its safe application. For those who are not aware, PPF is a thin, and uses a unique adhesive substance that bonds solidly to the substrate.

During the installation process, the clear paint protection film undergoes a multiple-stage installation, where it is fitted, cut, placed, and then activated by a liquid spray. The installer will use a squeegee to help apply the film to the painted surface. This is when the adhesive goes to work to attach to the substrate.

There are some vinyl materials or inferior quality protective films with cheap adhesives that will become quite sticky if water penetrates the top coat. In fact, this is more common than you’d think with vinyl wraps. But when it comes to a quality PPF your 100% safe!

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Produces an Enhanced Finish

While some PPFs might improve the shine of your vehicle, a gloss or matte finish. In fact, if you have a high gloss paint job, you can apply Matte – to instantly create a brilliant and customized exterior look and appeal.

Protection Against Chemicals & Corrosion

Instant healing protective films are infused with four layers of material, each of them providing roadblocks for harmful contaminants or chemicals to penetrate. It also provides superior stain resistance and reduces paint damage due to stone chips.

Reduced Orange Peel and Lack of Glue Marks

It’s common for some paint protection films to leave glue marks after the installation. Our proprietary adhesive does not leave these marks or creates an orange peel finish.

Instant Healing of Minor Scratches

Most of the top brands of car paint protection have self-healing properties. This means that minor scratches can be fixed by a detailer simply by applying direct heat – or with a blowing heat gun. Our products use nano-technology to fill minor scratches within a few seconds.

High Temperature Resistance

This same nano-tech helps to provide a heat shield, which blocks UV and IR radiation from penetrating the vehicle's surface materials. This unique feature keeps headlights from fogging or fading, which maintains your on-road visibility.

PPF Wrapping FAQs

Paint Protection Film (PPF) is a transparent, self-healing film that shields your vehicle’s paint from various forms of damage, including chips, scratches, and the effects of road debris and bug splatters. Made from a flexible thermoplastic urethane, it can be expertly fitted to the curved surfaces of a car, maintaining optical clarity. PPF comes in thicknesses typically between 6-10 mils, with the thicker options offering more robust impact protection.

The application of PPF is a task for skilled technicians. It’s mainly applied to parts of the vehicle that are most exposed to damage, like the hood, fenders, bumpers, side mirrors, and rocker panels. The process involves precision in measuring and cutting the film, then applying it with the help of tools like heat guns and torches, ensuring a smooth, bubble-free finish.

Yes, pressure washing is fine for Paint Protection Film (PPF) but give it a 48-hour grace period post-installation before doing so. Just be cautious not to hit the film’s edges with high-pressure water directly.

Indeed, waxing your PPF is okay, but choose waxes carefully. Those with more than 5% kerosene, naphtha, or any dyes could harm the film.

Stick to using regular car wash soaps, detail sprays, or rinse-free wash options. Steer clear of anything with high contents of kerosene or naphtha.

PPF typically has a thickness of about 8.5 mils, which translates to 0.0085 inches.

Not at all, provided it’s removed correctly by someone skilled. Proper removal ensures your car’s paint remains unharmed.

Combining PPF for physical protection and ceramic coating for a sleek look and easier upkeep is indeed a popular choice.

PPF is designed for protection with a clear, thicker make-up, whereas vinyl wraps are primarily for aesthetics, being thinner and available in various colors and finishes.

For cracks longer than a dollar bill or those reaching to the edge of the windshield, a full replacement becomes the safer bet.

The glass type also plays a role; tempered glass usually means a replacement is in order. As for repairs, they typically involve applying a specialized adhesive that needs to set in specific conditions—dry glass and room temperature to be exact. Common household items like detergents should be avoided during this process.

While these general tips are useful, professional consultation remains indispensable. Auto Glass Experts can gauge the extent of the damage and advise the most effective solution. Delay in addressing the issue can lead to more severe problems, like the crack spreading further, often culminating in a more costly fix or even penalties, as many provinces deem it illegal to drive with a damaged windshield. So, whether it’s a small chip or a large crack, prompt action ensures you stay both safe and on the right side of the law.

Absolutely, applying PPF over vinyl wraps is a great way to protect the wrap from wear like scratches and chips.

Putting PPF on first acts as a safeguard for the original paint, reducing the risk of damage during the wrapping process.

Applying PPF to a new car protects the paint without risk, offering a safe solution compared to other types of coatings. Its installation involves precise steps ensuring a solid bond to the car’s surface without harming it.

We provide a 1-year warranty covering all our workmanship and products, ensuring peace of mind for our services.

While PPF can enhance the appearance of your vehicle, offering options like gloss or matte finishes, it mainly serves as a protective layer. If you’re aiming for a unique look, matte finish over a gloss paint job can dramatically change your car’s aesthetic.

Yes, high-quality PPF comes with layers designed to block contaminants and chemicals, offering superior stain resistance and minimizing paint damage from stone chips.

Top-tier PPF brands feature self-healing properties, allowing minor scratches to disappear with the application of heat, either from the sun or a heat gun, making your car look pristine again quickly.

PPF incorporates nano-technology to provide a barrier against UV and IR rays, protecting your car from the damaging effects of the sun and maintaining the integrity of its surfaces and visibility features like headlights.