Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ - PAINT PROTECTION FILM
Paint Protection Film
Yes, please give us a call to give you the best package suitable for your vehicle.
It will depend on where and how much we are applying to your vehicle. It is anywhere from 2hours to all day.
Yes, please call for a quote. Pricing depends on the type of wrap you would like.
Yes, we do. Please call for pricing. We offer precise cut kits to make it easy for DIY customers.
Depending on the kit you are applying, some kits are purposely designed short so that you have to stretch them into place. The purpose of this type of design is to compensate for a contour on the vehicles surface or to allow room to pull out excess material around the edges that would otherwise be very difficult to lay down. The analogy that is most commonly used in talking about applying this material to a contoured surface is: “Imagine gift wrapping a basketball, and all of the wrinkles that you would have in the wrapping paper. Not much you can do about it, right? Now imagine wrapping the same basketball in Saran Wrap instead. Stretching the Saran wrap allows it to take the shape of what you are stretching it over.”
A few things can cause this:
- Not removing the wax from the vehicle’s paint before starting installation.
- Not washing out all of the soap/water solution with the alcohol/water solution before squeegeeing down the material.
- Using too much soap or alcohol in your solutions.
You will need to talk to your body shop and see what they recommend. The time will vary depending on the type of paint the body shop used, and whether or not the paint was baked. In any case, the time that they say you should wait to wax the paint, is the same time you will need to wait to install our product.
Yes, we offer a 5 year – 10 year limited warranty. However, the warranty does not cover any wear and tear, and/or accidents such as lifting or cutting through the PPF from washing it too close with a pressure washer / car wash wand. Taking it to a full-service car wash may damage your PPF, please inform your detailer about said film. Also, washing it too soon after installation. Wait a week at least to wash your vehicle to allow the PPF cure. Stay a safe distance back when pressure washing (recommended 2 – 3 feet back) at all times.
If properly cared for, PPF can last up to 20 years.
If you get a rock chip in your PPF, you can rest easy that it did it’s job. It is best to come in and get it inspected and replaced if necessary to prevent any further damage / peeling of the film and paint.
Paint Protection Film