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Paint Protection Film (PPF)

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WHAT IS PAINT PROTECTION FILM?
Paint protection film (PPF), or "clear bra" as it is sometimes known, is one of the best ways to preserve the showroom shine on your vehicle. The tough, durable and virtually invisible urethane protects your vehicle’s finish, without changing the design features or color.

CAN I COVER MY WHOLE VEHICLE WITH PPF?
Yes, smooth surfaces of the vehicle can easily be covered with the help of paint protection film.

CAN THE CAR BE WASHED IN AUTOMATIC CAR WASH?
Yes, you can easily get your car washed at automatic car wash but make sure you wait for 48 hours before washing the car. However we do not recommend it as hand washing is always the best method on caring for a car.

WILL THE VEHICLE'S PAINT BE HARMED WHILE REMOVING THE FILM?
There are very low chances that the PPF will cause any damage to the OEM paint.Therefore if the film is removed by a professional, it will not cause any harm to the vehicles paint.

VINYL WRAPPING

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WHAT IS A VEHICLE VINYL WRAP?
Wraps come in all different shapes & sizes. Wraps start as large sheets of adhesive backed vinyl film designed specifically for vehicle application made available in a variety of styles & finishes. Some wraps are a full color change in matte, satin or gloss finishes, as well as chrome, “carbon fiber” look, and beyond.

HOW LONG DOES A WRAP LAST?
Wrap life span really depends on how well the film is cared for, how much day to day stress the wrap gets from road driving, and what quality of film was used to do the installation.

HOW LONG DOES A WRAP TAKE TO INSTALL?
If the wrap is our primary focus, turn around time can be as short as a week or less depending on complexity. Stripes, graphics & accent pieces can typically be completed in 24–72 hours, but exterior wraps or full color changes with door jambs will take considerably longer.

ARE VEHICLE WRAPS ROAD LEGAL?
In most cases, yes.While the jury is still out on the legality of vehicle wraps in most states due to their recent rise in popularity, we have heard of action being taken to limit certain films from road use by regulating their production size.