PAINT PROTECTION FILM
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Paint protection film (PPF) is a CLEAR, DEFENSIVE SKIN applied overtop of a vehicle’s paint. This provides durable protection from rock chips, scratches, and light damage, while keeping your factory paint fresh underneath.
BENEFITS OF PPF
WHY PPF MY CAR AT DRX?
- Your PPF is installed only by our certified technician with over 20 years of exotic vehicle installation experience.
- We only use the highest grade films available.
- High level techniques used to minimize edge exposure
PPF VS. CERAMIC COATING
Paint protection film is a defensive skin applied over top of paint. Its primary purpose is to provide thick protection against rock chips, scratches, and light damage. It is a layer that can be removed down the road.
Ceramic coating is a permanent wax alternative that cures into a vehicle’s paint. It increases the hardness of your paint, enhances gloss, provides UV protection to extend your paint’s life, provides hydrophobic (water beading properties) and eases cleaning. It protects your paint by making it tougher, but does not provide the same impact protection as paint protection films.
- Paint protection film is a defensive skin applied over top of paint. Its primary purpose is to provide thick protection against damage.
- Ceramic coating is a premium wax alternative that cures into a vehicle’s paint. It does protect paint (however, not to the extent of PPF), but its primary purpose is to enhance gloss & ease cleaning.
Around 5+ Years.
PPF is a thermoplastic urethane film applied to painted surfaces of a vehicle to protect the paint job from chips, scratches, and contaminants.
When applied correctly by our professionals, PPF is nearly invisible and will not alter the look of your car.
No, you can wash and wax your car as usual, but you need to be cautious about the type of cleaning materials used to avoid damaging the film.
Yes, they can be used together for maximum protection. Typically, PPF is applied first, followed by ceramic coating over the top to provide extra protection and shine.
Yes, PPF can be safely removed by a professional without damaging the paint underneath.
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