XPEL Paint Protection Film
Keep your vehicle's paint safe from chips, scratches, and road debris!
Often referred to as “PPF,” Paint Protection Film is a clear urethane adhesive film that is used to protect the paint finish on a vehicle's impact area, such as the hood and the bumper. This invisible film is strong and durable, providing protection from nicks, stone chips, abrasions and bumper scuffs.
XPEL Self-Healing Paint Protection Film is perfect for protecting high impact areas, or even doing full coverage car wraps .
Enjoy a 10 Year Warranty on Our Ultimate PPF.
The Only Brand & Technology Which Boasts Of Being Completely Scratch Proof!
Superior clarity : Zero orange peel virtually leaves the film invisible no stains & discoloration on removal.
Maximum durability : Best impact resistance from any other protective technology with 195 micron thickness.
Self healing properties : Expose your car to the sun or regular ambient temperature and your car is brand new and scratch free with no swirl marks.
No extra care : Simply wash your car and its ready to go. Zero damage if you want the film removed.
Full Front Coverage: This option typically covers the entire front end of the vehicle, including the full hood, fenders, bumper, and side mirrors. It provides comprehensive protection for the most vulnerable areas exposed to road debris, rocks, and insects.
Partial Front Coverage: If you're primarily concerned about the front of your vehicle, you can opt for partial front coverage. This typically includes the front bumper, partial hood, and fenders. It provides protection where it's needed most while being more cost-effective than full front coverage.
Full Vehicle Coverage: For those who want comprehensive protection, there's the option to apply PPF to the entire vehicle. This provides a shield against damage for all parts of the car, not just the front end. However, it can be more expensive due to the larger surface area to cover.
Custom Coverage: We can custom-cut film to protect specific areas of your vehicle that are prone to damage. This allows you to address individual concerns, such as protecting door edges, rocker panels, or other vulnerable spots.