Paint protection film is a means of safeguarding your paint from the elements, stone chips and key marks with an invisible layer of plastic. The idea is that you save on regular visits to or from your scratch repair man by investing in a product that forms a barrier over your car's paintwork - protecting its looks and its residual value in the process.
What is it?
Paint-protection film is generally made from a tough, clear, flexible acrylic, urethane or polyurethane film. It is applied to a car’s surfaces.
What does it do?
It is designed to protect your car’s paint from stone chips, environmental contaminants, bird lime, insects, scratches and minor abrasions.
Can it be fitted to panels with non-original paint?
Yes, it can, but if a panel has been repainted it needs to be a high-quality repair otherwise it’s possible the paint could come away when the film is removed. New paint should also be allowed time to cure fully before the film is applied.
Does it cover the whole car?
You can decide whether to cover just the most vulnerable areas, such as the bumpers, bonnet and wheelarches, or whether to cover the entire car.
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