Paint Protection Film Information
Get the details of Precision Detailing's PPF & Clear Bra Offerings
What is Paint Protection Film?
As the name suggests, the paint protection film is a clear film that is applied to the painted surfaces of a car to protect it from chips, scratches, and other types of damage.
The film is available in different thicknesses and widths and can be custom cut to fit any car. It is also UV resistant, so it will not yellow or fade over time.
5 Benefits of Paint Protection Film For Your Car
A paint protection film is a thin, durable film that is applied to the exterior of a vehicle to protect it from chips, scratches, and other types of damage.
Here are five benefits of using a paint protection film on your car:
- PPF can help to preserve the resale value of your vehicle.
- Clear bra installation can save you money in the long run by preventing expensive paint repairs.
- Clear coats leave your car a sleek, polished look.
- Paint Protectant means can protect your car’s paint job from UV damage.
- Paint Protection Film smooths the vehicle’s surface and can make washing and waxing your car easier and more effective.
Paint Protection Film Services By Precision Detailing
Paint Protection Film (PPF), also known as a clear bra, is the best way to protect your vehicle’s paint from road debris and prevent rock chips. Full front coverage is our most popular option, but it’s very common to add film in high-wear areas like rocker panels, headlights, pillars, and rear bumper.
Many of our clients also decide on full car coverage for complete protection.
At Precision Detailing, we provide tailored installation services for all kinds of vehicles, utilizing quality paint protection film from Suntek and Xpel for the best in looks and protection.
Using the same care and attention to detail as with our premium car detailing services, we can provide clients with the highest quality in fit and finish.
So, whether you’re looking for the typical front-end coverage, entire car wrapping, or custom installs, like headlights, rockers, or rear bumpers, we have you covered. We are fully committed to being on top of the best practices and technology to exceed our customer’s needs. Our team has used and tested the performance of the same excellent products for years.
Our reputation for service has been time-tested. And our service commitment to you doesn’t stop when your vehicle leaves the caring hands of our professional technicians. We stand by our work and the protection it offers your investment.
So, bring your vehicle to St. Peter’s leading auto detailing service provider, and let us protect and change your car for the better!
Paint Protection Film Options
Here at Precision Detailing we’re about quality, not quantity and passion is what drives us to succeed! We take the time to do the job and we get it done right the first time! With years of experience, high-quality products and state-of-the-art equipment, you can be sure that your vehicle is in good hands and that your satisfaction is guaranteed every time.
We are always happy to answer any questions regarding detailing and we offer free consultations for our work our paint protection film options are listed below:
As anyone who’s had a car for more than a few years knows, the paint job is one of the first things to go. The high-wear areas of your car are especially susceptible to chipping, fading, and scratches. But there’s a way to protect your car’s paint job and keep it looking new for years: paint protection film.
While paint protection film is not invisible, it is virtually undetectable once installed. And it won’t yellow or fade over time like some other protective coatings.
Also – flash flooding in St. Charles county is a real concern- so we recommend coating your paint just in case of freak flooding incidents in the future.
• Partial Front PPF Protection
Applying PPF to your car’s front end can provide significant protection against road debris and other potential damage-causing factors. In addition to protecting your paint job, PPF can also help preserve the value of your vehicle by keeping it looking newer for longer.
• Full Front PPF Protection
If you’re looking for the best way to protect your car’s paint job, you can’t go wrong with full front PPF protection. This clear film is applied to the front of your car, and it acts as a barrier between your paint and the elements. Whether you’re worried about rock chips or bird droppings, PPF will keep your paint looking pristine.
• Full Vehicle PPF Protection
Most car PPF protection packages only cover the front of the vehicle, leaving the sides and back unprotected. But what if you want full coverage? A full-front PPF protection package covers the entire front of your car, from bumper to bumper. This includes the hood, fenders, grille, headlights, and windshield.
It’s a great way to keep your car looking new and protect it from rock chips, scratches, and other everyday wear and tear.
Why Hire Precision Detailing For PPF?
The paint protection film experts at Precision Detailing pay close attention to the small details that can make or break your vehicle’s aesthetic.
We elevate your vehicle using the best film available. We care about retaining the curves, angles, and artistry of your car’s design.
And whether you want your entire vehicle protected, or just high-impact areas, we got you covered! The paint protection film is designed to protect against impact damage from everyday road hazards such as gravel, debris, stones, road salt, insects, and even minor collisions.
Our precut patterns are designed to fit any current vehicle’s hoods, fenders, mirrors, and bumpers. The installation commonly takes between 3-6 hours, and a clear bra can take up to a month to fully cure.
You can drive after installation though we recommend that you not wash it for at least a week.
Paint Protection Film Maintenance
Here are a few tips on how to maintain your PPF:
1. Wash regularly. Just like your car, you should wash your PPF regularly. This will help remove any dirt or debris that could potentially damage the film.
2. Use a mild cleaner. When washing your PPF, be sure to use a mild cleaner and avoid any harsh chemicals or abrasives.
3. Dry thoroughly. After washing, make sure you dry your PPF completely to prevent any water spots from forming.