If you love looking at your car as much as you love driving it, you’d want it looking shiny new as long as possible. But no matter how often you wash or wax it, things like gravel, dings, bug splatter, and chipped paint will still cause long-lasting damage to your car’s paint. If only there were some “protection” around your vehicle’s paint. Enter XPEL Paint Protection Films, sometimes known as Clear Bra.
Paint Protection Film will help protect against rock chips, scratches, and other debris, and it’ll keep your car looking new. PPFs will also preserve your car’s value as well as increase its resale value.
However, which Paint Protection Film should you install? If you still cannot decide between XPEL Paint Protection Film and 3M for your vehicle? Read below to know more about them and for some key differences.
XPEL Paint Protection Films
If you’re in the market for paint protection film, you’ll undoubtedly come across the XPEL brand. XPEL Paint Protection Films have been leading the way in many innovations to the paint protection film market. XPEL introduced a film a decade ago that didn’t turn yellow as they aged and was light years ahead of other films of the time. XPEL is also known to introduce and perfect the “World’s first self-healing film.”
XPEL is a master at finding innovative ways to shield your vehicle’s paint using only the highest quality film. The entire XPEL line of films is hand-drawn, measured, and tested manually, which is why XPEL is the industry leader.
XPEL has also developed software with access to hundreds of vehicle templates to go with the XPEL Ultimate Plus films. Using templates for vehicles allows Bravo Protection experts to apply the film without any cutting on the paint surface.
Key features of XPEL Paint Protection Films
- THEY’RE SCRATCH-RESISTANT
Your car will have small scratches over time, but if you have XPEL Paint Protection Film installed by Bravo Protection, it will help your paint resist the damage tomorrow.
- THEY HAVE LONG LIFE
The 10-year guarantee in XPEL PPFs ensures that your car’s paint is protected for years. Your paint should still look shiny if your car is still running smooth.
- THEY PROVIDE ULTIMATE INVISIBLE PROTECTION
You might not be able to see most of the XPEL Paint Protection Films, but you’ll notice the difference when your car won’t get any blemishes or scratches.
- THEY’RE FAMOUS FOR THEIR SELF HEALING PROPERTIES
Minor scratches, scuffs, and abrasions will happen, but most XPEL Paint Protection Films will naturally smooth out the damage when professionally installed by Bravo Protection experts.
And if you visit Bravo Protection, you can take comfort knowing that any XPEL products you choose, they’ll be installed only by highly qualified experts.
There are 4 XPEL Paint Protection Film lines available at Bravo Protection Products for your consideration:
- XPEL ULTIMATE Paint Protection Film
The special clear coat, as well as the super-slick surface on this virtually invisible urethane film, prevent discoloration due to UV radiation & contamination. The super-slick surface is also responsible for wiping away bug residue and other unsightly blemishes with ease. More importantly for you, the XPEL ULTIMATE Paint Protection Film also has a self-healing feature that makes scratches, light swirl marks, and stains disappear.
- XPEL STEALTH Satin Paint Protection Film
The self-healing and protective features of the XPEL STEALTH Satin Paint Protection Film are the same as the ULTIMATE. But the XPEL Stealth’s design allows it to match the sheen of most factory matte paints. Keeping matte finishes in showroom condition is not easy, but XPEL STEALTH can transform your car’s glossy paint into a sleek satin finish. Your car should always preserve its satin paint job, so if you’re looking for a reversible, low-cost way to transform your car’s appearance, this is it.
- XPEL ARMOR Paint Protection Film
Opt for XPEL ARMOR Paint Protection Film when the going gets tough for your vehicle. ARMOR is XPEL’s thickest and strongest film, and it looks and performs like a spray-on Bedliner. Its design allows it to resist punctures & abrasions from even the most rugged use. This XPEL PPF is perfect for off-road vehicles as well as heavy-duty commercial & industrial vehicles.
- XPEL XTREME Paint Protection Film
XTREME Paint Protection Film by XPEL is the clearest, thinnest PPF the company offers. Designed for minimal visual impact, it delivers state-of-the-art optical clarity, perfect for showing off your car’s curves and custom paint job. This XPEL Paint Protection Film also comes with one of the best warranties in the business. If the film gets discolored, gets cracks, or starts to peel within 7 years of professional installation, XPEL will replace it with a new one.
3M Paint Protection Films
Being one of the oldest players in the PPF game, 3M is also very famous in the PPF world, especially in America. 3M were practically the first in this game, so they’ve earned a reputation as one of the best in the industry.
3M PPFs are the choice of new car manufacturers worldwide, as well as NASCAR. 3M doesn’t have as many PPF choices as XPEL does, but they’re pretty good at what they do.
Here’s a closer look at 3M’s PPF line:
- 3M VentureShield Paint Protection Film: 3M’s most selling film. It features tough properties that protect your vehicle’s paint from the occasional wear and tear.
- 3M Scotchgard Pro Paint Protection Film: This PPF or Clear Bra offers great quality & performance. What’s more, 3M’s Scotchgard Proline also offers amazing clarity and good scratch and stain resistance.
Here are some key differences between XPEL and 3M:
As far as the Paint Protection Film realm is concerned, XPEL and 3M are the leading brands known for top-of-the-shelf, clear bra products. There are many similarities between them. However, being two different brands, there are a lot of differences as well. We do recommend XPEL Products, because frankly, they’re better, but read on to choose your favorite PPF more wisely.
- AMAZING SELF-HEALING PROPERTIES
Even though 3M was the first in the entire auto Paint Protection Film industry, XPEL is still more famous for developing its products because they took their time and researched vigorously. Being a small company, with PPFs being its focus, XPEL still outperforms others in the industry. For instance, it’s renowned for manufacturing the world’s first self-healing film, meaning if it gets scratched, you only need to park your car under room temperature. The scratched surface will look as good as new in just 30 mins. 3M films are good, but they’re still not as good as XPEL Films.
The warranty offered is also amongst the main differences between XPEL and 3M films. XPEL Paint Protection Films has a ten-year extended warranty, while 3M Scotchgard only offers seven years. While both warranties are quite promising, buyers prefer XPEL over 3M due to this very important factor.
- THE PRICE
Another significant difference between the XPEL Paint Protection Films and the 3M Scotchgard is the price you will pay. While both products are quite high-end, you might have to spend a tiny bit more if you opt for certain XPEL PPFs, but they’re best-in-class, and therefore be worth your while.
More differentiating factors between the two films:
- XPEL is an exceptionally clear, invisible, or transparent film, while 3M will fade and yellow over time.
- Old 3M films, when discolored, will be very noticeable on your cars
- On the other hand, XPEL is nearly invisible
- XPEL is self-healing, while old 3M will scratch easily
- The topcoat on XPEL will self-heal minor swirls and imperfections in the sun
- Old 3M does not have a topcoat
- XPEL is thick and provides a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty
- 3M films are not that good; they can yellow and fade within a year
Interested in getting the XPEL Paint Protection Film installed on your vehicle? Contact Bravo Protection now
Are you ready to protect your vehicle with Paint Protection Film? At Bravo Protection Products, we use XPEL Ultimate Plus paint protection film and are certified installers. We provide professional, comprehensive services that cater to each customer.
You can select from a series of service packages that allow us to provide the level of protection that you need. This is an affordable way to give your car the XPEL ULTIMATE advantage.
If you’ve recently purchased your car or had multi-stage paint correction done, you’ll need a good quality paint protection film (PPF) before the dirt, road grime, bugs, and birds get to it. That’s easy to do with Paint Protection Film.
If you drive your car daily, you can’t escape scuffs, scratches, stone chips, or gradual wear and tear. Frequent road trips and long highway drives will have the front end hammered by flying rocks and debris from the road. Additionally, sometimes even the most professionally-applied coatings are not able to protect your paint from mechanical damage – which is why you need paint protection film!
Read on for more:
The automotive paint protection film is a high-quality thermoplastic urethane film applied to the top layer of the car’s paint. It is either transparent or colored and has self-healing properties. It’s true! Your car’s PPF can repair itself if it gets scratched up. How? It’s made with an elastomeric polymeric substance that helps maintain its shape once stretched, and that’s how PPF can self-heal minor scratches!
Let’s discuss some more pros of Paint Protection Films:
Many of today’s high-quality Paint protection films can last more than 5 years of continuous use. Remember, you get what you pay for; if you choose a low-quality film just because it’s cheap, be prepared as it’ll not last very long at all. Our recommendation – always consider world-class PPF brands, such as XPEL.
Easy to Remove
The best part about auto PPFs wraps is that they can be removed by professional installers leaving almost no trace of them ever being there. Want to sell your car with a perfect paint finish, remove the film, and your customer will be amazed at the bodywork condition.
Customizable For Your Needs
It’s easy to target specific vehicle areas with die-cut anti-chipping films or wrap whole body panels, as appropriate to your project.
They have Hydrophobic Properties
Most automotive paint protection films are hydrophobic, meaning liquids and contaminants will bead up and runoff (like a waxed hood). It makes it easier to preserve the brilliant luster of your paint job when it repels dirt, mud, oils, smudges, and streaks.
Reduced orange peel & lack of glue marks
It’s common for some substandard protection films to leave glue marks after the installation. XPEL PPF doesn’t leave these marks or create an orange peel finish.
Many modern PPFs have this nano-tech that helps provide a heat shield, blocking UV and IR radiation from penetrating the vehicle’s surface materials. High-temperature resistance in XPEL films keeps headlights from fogging or fading, which maintains your on-road visibility.
Using your vehicle as a mobile advertisement means that you can reach 50-60k viewers every day. Compare that to television or radio ads, and it factors well in your favor. But the exposed paint in your vehicle must be protected when it’s being used for marketing, or else your rolling advert will look shabby and reflect badly on your company.
- Superior protection against rock chips and scratches
- It prevents the formation of paint swirls
- Unbelievable superhero kind self-healing properties
- It can last up to 5-10 years if maintained properly
Paint protection also defends against anything the road throws your way
The first scratch is the worst, so make your car’s paint look newer longer with XPEL Paint Protection Films, one of the industry’s highest quality, most durable PPFs. With a virtually invisible shield and high-gloss, XPEL PPF shields your vehicles from the damages of everyday driving.
XPEL PPF is the defense you need against road rash:
- Road debris
- Winter salt & sand
- Rocks and pebbles
Further, the self-healing XPEL paint protection film also provides a strong defense and protects the areas of your vehicle most vulnerable to damage, like:
- Side-view mirrors
- Rocker panels
- Door edges, handles, and steps
Paint Protection Film FAQ’s
You must have realized by now that paint protection films are a brilliant product, especially when they protect the exterior of your car from things like airborne debris damage. That said, we at Bravo Protection Products still get a lot of questions from car owners about the Paint Protection Film installation process, with the following being the most asked ones.
1. What is the most crucial factor in choosing a PPF installer?
When it comes to installing PPF, experience matters a lot; unlike a vinyl wrap, paint protection products can be tricky to install correctly. That’s why it’s always best to work with Bravo Protection, a certified PPF installer with solid reviews in the St. Paul-Minneapolis area.
2. What type of warranties is available with PPF products?
It depends upon the product you use and who installed it. We’ve seen various PPF products being offered with many different warranties. The most common warranties range from 5-10 years, but that only covers manufacturer defects. You’ll be out of luck if there’s an issue with the prep chemicals used or the shop doing the install. Rest assured, we’re counted as one of the best and most trusted PPF installers in the St. Paul-Minneapolis area. So, it is our responsibility to make sure your product is covered in the warranty.
3. Are certain PPF products better than others?
Reviews of PPF products depend upon quality, longevity, ease of installation, and cost. Also, XPEL still seems to hold the crown for the highest PPF, and when you visit Bravo Protection, we can tell you a lot more about it.
4. How long are you planning on keeping the vehicle?
If you’re among those who trade their vehicle every few years and want to have the best trade-in value, a Paint Protection Film installation on the front end is an excellent, cost-effective option to consider. If you are going to keep your vehicle for a long time, consider a full vehicle installation or a combination of PPF and Fusion Plus Ceramic Coating by XPEL.
PPFs are exceptional products for keeping your car, SUV, truck, RV, boats, or commercial equipment looking factory fresh. And believe us when we tell you that Paint Protection Films are more affordable than you’d assume, especially when your new vehicle requires less paint correction or prep work.
5. Can You Apply Paint Protection Film to Headlights?
Absolutely. Installing XPEL PPF on high-exposed areas like the front end, front bumper, hood, grille, fender, door edges, side-view mirrors, and of course, the headlights, as well as fog lights, are a brilliant idea. It’ll help protect those areas from rock chips, tree branches, and other hard road debris. It’ll also provide a shield against bird droppings, tree sap, bug splatter, and other natural contaminants.
Visit Bravo Protection to protect your car’s paint from damage & maximize its resale value
Keep your vehicle looking newer longer with Paint Protection Installation from Bravo Protection. We use XPEL, the most durable and best-in-class paint protection film that helps protect the most vulnerable areas of your vehicle from roadside hazards.
And if you’re convinced PPF is the best option for you, visit Bravo Protection now!
Still Don’t know what Paint Protection Film (PPF) does for your car? Read on:
Paint Protection Film (PPF), also referred to as Clear Bra. It is a thin, flexible layer that’s placed over your car’s body panels. It is meant to protect it from chips, scratches, rocks, or other debris while driving.
This polyurethane film is not much thicker than 8 mm thick. It’s a premium product usually for vehicles that need protection from chips and scratches and the damage that can be done by the sun’s UV rays. When installed by professionals like we have here at Bravo Protection, the paint protection film is hardly noticeable on the vehicle.
PPF is an excellent way to protect your car, but some people still doubt its potential. Read on to know why it’s one of the best investments you can make for your vehicle.
Why is Paint Protection Film (PPF) an Investment in Your Car’s Future?
PPF is a popular product for several different reasons.
Here are a few of the great benefits that PPF brings to your prized vehicle:
Protects Your cars from Damage by Scratches & Chemicals
Scratches build up moisture, causing rust. Yet another common cause of car body damage is excessive exposure to chemicals from environmental elements and surprisingly harsh cleaners. PPF protects your vehicle from these damages by creating a chemical barrier between the body of your vehicle & its features.
Offers Superior Protection
Many new cars have a clear coat sprayed on top of the colored base coat. The base coat helps to protect against minor scratches. However, truth being told, they don’t offer nearly the same level of protection as Paint Protection Film.
Paint Protection Film is much thicker and stronger than paint layers. This enables it to protect against flying rocks or even small hailstones before they even begin to damage your vehicle’s exterior. In addition, many modern PPFs, such as XPEL PPFs, are fortified with UV protection to help defend your vehicle’s paint from sun damage over time.
Helps Save Money on Expensive Repairs
Dents, chips, and scratches can go unnoticed for a long time. But if not fixed in a timely fashion, a dent can cause severe long-term damage to your car’s paint. And if ignored, the dent can eventually lead to rust. Even minor dents can lead to serious concerns such as underlying structural damage. The greatest way to avoid damage caused by scratches or dents is by preventing them altogether, and PPF does precisely that.
Easy to Fix
If an inevitable piece of debris does put a scratch or minor dent into your PPF, we at Bravo Protection can heal it quickly. At Bravo Protection, we can apply heat to help the layer “melt” into the cracks and holes to make it look new again.
High-quality XPEL Paint Protection Films lasts up to five years of continuous use. But it depends on how much you spend; of course, you’ll get what you pay for. Keep in mind that if you spend more or less, the durability will likely match.
Can Be Easily Removed
Yet another excellent aspect of XPEL PPF is that we can easily remove it if needed, leaving almost no trace of its existence. Now, this is useful if you’re hoping to resell your car with a perfect paint finish, as you can simply remove the film to reveal a showroom quality vehicle underneath.
Preserves the Original Shine & Luster of the Car
Regular exposure to harsh chemicals or environmental elements can cause your car to lose its natural shine & luster. Paint Protection Films address this problem by providing a permanent protective coating that prevents the paint from fading. Additionally, it gives the vehicle a glossy appearance.
Makes Cleaning Easier
A PPF is designed to repel dust from settling on your car, simplifying cleaning jobs. Often, all you would have to do is dust your vehicle with a clean piece of cloth instead of washing it.
Can Help Retain Your Car’s Resale Value
One of the significant factors that determine the resale value of your car is its appearance. Even if your vehicle runs smoothly, unsightly marks on its body can drive away potential buyers. While you can get dents and marks on a used car fixed, a repair can set you back several hundreds of dollars. You should also know that some old marks get stubborn with time and are very difficult to remove. Finally, XPEL’s Paint Protection Film will help retain your car’s resale value by protecting the exterior from environmental & superficial damage.
Why is Getting PPF for your car is good for you?
Based on the pros, you may have a good idea of whether or not PPF is a worthwhile investment or not. Generally, people think PPF is only recommended for high-value luxury vehicles because their resale value can fall if minor chips or scratches are on the vehicle. The truth is that whether you have a luxury vehicle or not, PPF can protect your car from damage so that it lasts longer.
Apart from that, many people who own luxury vehicles sometimes leave their cars in the garage because they fear tarnishing their finish. Putting on PPF will give you some insurance to make you feel comfortable taking it for a ride anytime you want.
Paint Protection Film is like PPE for Your Car
PPF, a polyurethane film that covers your car’s exterior to add an extra layer of protection from rocks, insects, or even hail, is an excellent investment for you. It has several benefits, such as it’s long-lasting, it protects your vehicle’s color, and it’s easy to remove. On top of that, it’s easy to fix if it does get damaged or scratched slightly. For these reasons and more, it’s usually recommended for people who’re planning to resell in the future or just keep your car’s finish looking brand new.
The good news is that you do not need to go through the professional PPF process all by yourself. Go through our website, call us on 952-476-7025 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll be happy to assist you.
Figure out: How long do you plan to keep your Car?
If you’re among those who trade their vehicle every few years and want to have the greatest trade-in value, a PPF installation on the front end is an effective, cost-effective option to consider. If you’re going to keep the vehicle for a long time, consider a full vehicle installation or a combination of PPF and FUSION PLUS Ceramic Coating.
Paint Protection Films are high-quality products for keeping your car, truck, SUV, boat, or RV looking brand new. And believe it or not, PPF is more affordable than many assume. Its price won’t affect you when you have a new vehicle that requires less paint correction or prep work.
You’ve got the flexibility to select Bravo Protection, a PPF installation center that’s perfect for you. Whether you’d like a partial hood or clear bra installation, or full vehicle PPF coverage with a 10-year warranty or more, XPEL PPF available at Bravo Protection offers an easily affordable solution.
Call Bravo Protection to protect your Car’s future with Paint Protection Film (PPF)
Bravo Protection Products offers self-healing Paint Protection Film (PPF) with the highest optical clarity tested in real-life conditions for years before providing it to customers. We have our own sourced Paint Protection Film from XPEL, a world-leading brand. Our complete solution offers reliable ceramic coating protection on top of your Paint Protection Film to give you the best of both worlds.
And if you’re convinced PPF is the best option for you, visit Bravo Protection now at www.bravoprotectionmn.com.
Installing a Paint Protection Film (PPF) or Clear Bra to protect your car’s exterior is amongst the best ways to ensure that its paint doesn’t lose its sparkle and remains shiny new.
So, it’s great if you’ve already gone ahead and installed a paint protection film as it’ll protect your car’s paint from contaminants, pollution, and other damages. But now that you’ve chosen it, you need to maintain Paint protection film and take care of it.
How do you wash a car with a Paint Protection Film? What are the proper washing techniques? How can you avoid damaging your Paint Protection Film or shortening its life? What is the best way to maximize the appearance & longevity of your paint protection?
There are several things to note when discussing how to maintain paint protection film, but we will start with a simple guideline that may surprise you. Generally, you care for your Paint Protection Film the same way you care for your vehicle’s factory paint.
Let’s get started by taking a look at a few tips to keep your vehicle in mint condition:
DO THE FOLLOWING IMMEDIATELY AFTER INSTALLATION
The following points are the most crucial part to increase the life and maintain Paint Protection Film as it’s still curing. Any blunder might hinder this process or damage the film. So:
- Don’t press any bubbles formed under the film. After getting PPF installed from Bravo Protection, we use a setting solution that may create watery bubbles underneath the film. Remember, you should not press the bubbles as this is part of the curing process, and they’ll dissipate within 2-3 weeks after installation.
- Don’t wax or wash your car for the first seven days after the PPF installation. Why? Because the moisture between the paint surface and the paint protection film is not yet settled and is still evaporating. Plus, the film has not yet adhered to the surface well, and keep in mind that any disturbance might interfere with the curing process.
- Don’t drive your car the 1st week after installation (if possible). It reduces any chance of messing up the healing process. After the first week after installation, you can carry out more film maintenance practices discussed later.
XPEL PAINT PROTECTION FILM MAINTENANCE
With XPEL’s best-in-class PPF, you’ll notice that even though you still need to wash your vehicle regularly, it doesn’t get as dirty as before.
- BECOME A SMART CLEANER
In an ideal situation, you should forget about commercial car washes after installing the film. Yes, it won’t be easy, but you need to if you want the coating to last longer. If you have difficulty avoiding commercial car washes, you can at least try visiting them less frequently. You can also try the following:
- Remove dead bugs and dirt droppings immediately to avoid getting permanent stains on the film.
- Use 99% isopropyl alcohol or lacquer thinner for extra tough spots
- Always apply car wash soap with a clean microfiber mitt.
- Try soaking hard-to-clean spots with soap for a few minutes.
- Dry the coating with a microfiber towel.
- Never use brushes, paper products, or terry cloth to clean your coated vehicle. These products can dull the surface or even damage it in some cases.
- Dirt tends to build up in the film’s edges, so pay special attention to it.
- Do not use any abrasive materials at all.
- DON’T TOUCH THE FILM AFTER INSTALLATION
It may take at least 48 hours (or more) to settle and cure the protection film. Avoid touching the film for at least a week after installation. But keep in mind that low temperatures along with high humidity can delay the curing process.
- DON’T WASH YOUR CAR WITHIN 7 DAYS OF APPLICATION.
Don’t wash your car when the film is still settling & curing. It would be best to give Paint Protection Film time to cure your vehicle thoroughly. If you wash or agitate the surface right after installation, it can inhibit the curing process.
Experts suggest that you shouldn’t even drive in it within 7 days of application. However, if driving is necessary for you in this period, be careful about putting pressure on the coating to help prevent problems with the curing process.
- REMOVE BIRD DROPPINGS, BUG SPLATTER, AND OTHER NATURAL CONTAMINANTS IMMEDIATELY
One of the fast things you can do to keep your paint protection film protecting your vehicle and looking great is immediately removing contaminants, including bird droppings, oil splatter, and mud. Leaving contaminants on your car can result in the film getting stained or degrading.
If contaminants are not coming off quickly with a regular wipe down, use XPEL’s paint protection film cleaner. If this doesn’t work, you can use Isopropyl alcohol. Use isopropyl alcohol wisely for a hard-to-remove stain, be sure not to touch any paint not covered with paint protection film.
- HOW TO HANDLE LIGHT SCRATCHES?
One of the most important reasons why your car needs paint protection is preventing scratches. XPEL’s Stealth and Ultimate Plus paint protection films and some others have a self-healing property. So not only will your paint be protected, the paint protection film will heal itself after the need arises.
If you want to remove a scratch on your paint protection film, remember it has self-healing abilities. All you have to do is leave your vehicle in the sun for between 25-30 minutes. The sun’s heat will cause your PPF to return to its original shape and fill in any scratches.
Pour some hot water over the scratch to speed this process. The water should be 120° F only, so it’s a good option if it’s chilly outside and your car will not get warm enough in the sun to activate the self-healing properties of your paint protection film.
- THINK ABOUT DETAILING CLAY
Many people use detailing clay to make the paint feel smooth & sleek by removing overspray, contaminates, and brake and rail dust. Another excellent idea is to routinely remove anything that doesn’t belong on your paint protection film. But it’s tough to get them all with the usual measures. If the PPF feels like there’s grit when you rub your fingertips on it, you can bring it to an experienced paint protection film detailer for claying.
- WARNING – DON’T TRY PRESSURE WASHING
In order to maintain paint protection film and to prevent it from starting lifting away from your vehicle’s paint, it is in your best interest not to use any high-pressure water source on your car, including a pressure washer. If you can’t avoid pressure washing, keep it a safe distance away from your paint protection film. And don’t let the spray touch any of the edges. The water can push up under the film’s edges and peel it away from the paint surface.
Also, try investing in high-quality cleaning products and avoiding low-quality car wash soap as it might contain harsh chemicals that can make the coating dull or damage the film. Go with shampoos with lubrication additives, and always buy microfiber mitts designed explicitly for auto care.
If you decide to wax the film, ensure that it doesn’t contain over 5% Kerosene or Naphtha, and avoid waxes with dyes. You can go with XPEL’s maintenance products for its films. However, some other car maintenance shampoos, soaps & wax can do an excellent job as well.
APART FROM THE MAINTENANCE TIPS DISCUSSED ABOVE, HERE ARE A FEW MORE PPF CARE TIPS:
- Apply wax every 3 to 6 months
- Avoid pressure washers with extremely high PSI
- Never pick the film’s edges
- Remember not to use powered buffers or polishing equipment on the PPF
- After washing your car too much, use a clean microfiber towel to dry it, which prevents water spots
- Don’t wipe or clean it in direct sunlight or when the film is hot
- Don’t use dyed sealants as they’ll make it dull, and try to avoid powder detergents
- Try not to use petroleum or resin-based products as they will damage the PPF’s surface
- Always use PH neutral products on the Paint Protection Film
- Always prefer hand detailing to avoid damage to the film
IF YOU STILL HAVEN’T INSTALLED PAINT PROTECTION FILM OR CLEAR BRA FILM FOR YOUR VEHICLE – CONTACT BRAVO PROTECTION PRODUCTS NOW
All cars are precious for their owners and deserve the best treatment and care for durability and retain their elegant and sleek look. The most effective way to protect your vehicle is by installing a PPF or Paint Protective Film on your entire vehicle. A PPF or Clear Bra film will help prevent damage to your paint caused by UV rays, rock debris, bird-dropping, and acid rain, among other substances.
To learn more about Paint Protection Film or other products or to get one installed, contact us. Bravo Protection Products is a well-known brand in the greater Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area, so we never compromise on quality. And if you still have questions, call us on 952-476-7025 or email us at email@example.com; we’ll be glad to offer our expertise.