What is film to protect paint?
Car paint protection film is a thin, clear layer made of urethane, a polymer that can be used in many ways. It is also called “Clear Bra,” “clear film,” and “clear paint film.” It looks like plastic, but it can’t be torn or cracked. Paint protection film is put on the painted parts of both new and used cars to protect the paint from things like stone chips, bug guts, and small scratches.
Paint protection film’s main use is to prevent scratches, but it can be used for a lot more than you might think. Think of the film as a barrier between the weather and the paint on your car. It will take more force for small pieces of debris to make dents and dings on the outside of your car. Even better, the film will protect your car from damage caused by road grime and can lessen the effects of salty air if you drive near the ocean. Even though the movie won’t make it impossible for your car to get damaged, it will make it much less likely. This means that your paint will look great for a lot longer.
BENEFITS OF PAINT PROTECTION FILM
Paint Protection Film is a clear, very tough urethane film that keeps your car from getting damaged by things like stone chips and road debris. Paint Protection Film is very strong and clear, so it protects without being seen. The best way to protect your car is with paint protection film.
Some PPFs are self-healing, which means that if you use a heat gun or direct sunlight on small scratches, they will go away completely. This is because the top layer of the PPF is made of an elastomeric polymer that helps it keep its natural shape.