Before committing to buying and installing PPF, research the product and what it offers in terms of protection. Ask your installer for information on the brand and the quality of the materials.
Road debris, dirt, dust, and rain can lead to tiny chips, scratches, and nicks on your car’s paint. A Paint Protection Film will prevent that, and it’s also self-healing and helps prevent fading.
While PPF is durable and long-lasting, it also needs maintenance and replacement. Therefore, let’s dive deeper and understand when and why PPF should be removed from the vehicle’s paint.