How long does protective paint film last?
High-grade PPF is highly durable. This means that it can last for over a decade depending on its level of exposure to consistent damage, similar to coatings. If you find that your paint protection film is compromised, we offer a 10-year warranty to remove and replace your PPF.
Does paint protection film add value?
As a preservative layer, the paint protection film absorbs harmful impacts, maintaining your vehicle’s prime condition and saving you money in the long run. Instead of your car depreciating with every mile driven, PPF encases it in an ultra-thin shield and keeps the exterior looking new.
Is paint protection film on a new car worth it?
The moment your new car is driven off the lot, its value depreciates. That is an unfortunate fact. However, you can greatly limit the effect that damaging materials like road debris can have on your vehicle with paint protection film while preserving the appearance of your car for years.
Can you wax a car with PPF?
You can definitely wax your car after applying PPF. However, it’s important to use wax that doesn’t contain Naphtha or Kerosene in concentrations over 5%. You should also avoid waxes that contain dyes as they could potentially stain the paint protection film.