Want to protect your paintwork from scuffs, scratches and colour fading? Paint Protection Film (PPF) could be your car’s new best friend.
PPF is a thin later of film that’s installed on top of paintwork to provide protection from road debris, chips and scratches.
The technology behind PPF was first developed by the US military to protect the leading rotor edges and vulnerable impact areas of Helicopters. Since then, the technology has developed into the much-loved product we see in use today.
PPF is an incredible product, which explains why car owners and racing teams all over the world love it so much.
PPF doesn’t just help to protect vehicles against debris on the road. Here are some more benefits:
♦ PPF helps cars hold on to their resale value by helping to ensuring the durability and longevity of paintwork.
♦ PPF doesn’t require any extra maintenance or special care. Once applied, you can continue to take care of your car as you usually would. Certain harsh waxes and polishes should be avoided to protect the PPF, but your installation team will be able to recommend the best products to use.
♦ At 3SixtyWraps, we use PremiumShield, the industry standard in PPF. PremiumShield PPF is warranted against UV damage, peeling and cracking. As a UV-stable film, it also helps to protect cars from colour fading.
♦ PPF is virtually invisible once fitted.
♦ PPF doesn’t have to be installed across the entire paint surface. You can choose to focus on the most vulnerable areas, like the bumper and wheel arches. The level of protection is up to you.
♦ PremiumShield PPF comes with a five year warranty as standard.
♦ PPF is a cost-effective way of protecting your vehicle. The cost of protecting your car with a protection film is a fraction of the price you would pay for paint repairs.
No, PPF will not damage your car. It is designed to protect the surface of your car and will not ruin your paintwork.
When you’re ready for your PPF to be removed, a professional installation team should take care of this for you. Do not attempt to remove the film yourself, even if it is damaged.
If an area of your PPF is irreparably damaged the panel can be replaced individually in just a few hours.
The job of applying PPF should be left to the experts. At 3SixtyWraps, our specialist technicians have the skills and experience necessary to achieve a precise, flawless finish.