PPF is hydrophobic, which means that it repels water. This hydrophobicity causes water to bead up on the surface of the PPF, rather than spreading out and forming water spots. This beading effect helps to prevent dirt and grime from sticking to the PPF, making it easier to maintain and keep clean.
Self-healing PPF is a type of film that has the ability to repair minor scratches and abrasions on its own. This is due to the film's thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) top coat, which is able to soften and flow when heated. When a scratch occurs, the heat from the sun or a heat gun can cause the TPU to soften and fill in the scratch. This can make the scratch less visible or even disappear completely.
UV radiation from the sun can cause the clear coat on a vehicle's paint to break down, which can lead to fading and discoloration. PPF helps to prevent this by blocking the UV radiation from reaching the paint. The film is made of a material that is specifically designed to absorb UV radiation, preventing it from penetrating the paint and causing damage.
Full Front End:
Coverage includes everything highlighted in blue: front bumper, headlights, full hood, full fender and from mirrors.
Pricing Ranges Starting: $1800-$2500
Coverage includes everything highlighted in blue: bumper, headlights, full hood and full fenders, front of mirrors, doors, quarter panels, rear bumper, trunk, roof, pillars, rocker panels, door handles, etc.
Pricing Ranges Starting: $6000-$10000