Paint Protection Film or PPF has been wildly popular in the last five years, and more and more Indian car owners are choosing PPF (Paint Protection Film) to help protect their prized possession. If you are worried about chips and scratches, and the bad appearance of your OEM paint bothers you, nothing beats the PPF.
This virtually invisible film will keep your vehicle looking newer longer- without changing the design features or colour- by protecting vulnerable areas such as front bumpers, hoods, side mirrors, and door handle cavities. Preserving the finish of your vehicle with PPF keeps your car looking newer longer and can enhance the resale value of your vehicle in the future. Watch the video below to learn more about PPF (Paint Protection Film) and what other things you should keep in mind.
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Many car-protection pros are associated with having a protective film applied to your car’s paintwork.
- It provides a barrier between the paint and external sources of damage, like tree branches, rock chips, road debris, brushes with other cars or objects in a tight parking spot.
- It also helps to provide a shield against bug splatter, bird droppings, and other natural contaminants.
- Swirl marks by dry dusting or cleaning
- It prevents the paint from fading and oxidizing
PPF is not compulsory, but it makes cleaning your car very easy as fewer contaminants bond to it; plus, it maintains the factory finish and adds gloss to the factory finish. It is protected from harmful and corrosive elements that attack your car every day.
Maybe vehicles will come with Paint Protection Film from the factory in the near future, but for now, we need to choose it ourselves if we want to prevent our cars from looking shabby after a few years on the road.