Front End PPF Package *Starting from $1650

  • Hood
  • Bumper
  • Fenders
  • Headlights / Fog Lights
  • Mirrors

Track Package PPF *Starting from $2100

  • Hood
  • Bumper
  • Fenders
  • Headlights / Fog Lights
  • Mirrors
  • Partial A-Pillars
  • Partial Roof
  • Rockers
  • Luggage Strip (on rear bumper)

Full Body PPF *Starting from $4500

All painted surfaces:

  • Hood
  • Bumper
  • Fenders
  • Headlights / Fog Lights
  • Mirrors
  • Doors
  • Rockers
  • Pillars
  • Rear Fenders
  • Rear Bumper
  • Trunk

 

  • Touch screen
  • Door sills
  • Door edges
  • Door cups
  • Trunk luggage area
  • Spoiler
  • A-Pillar to top of windshield
  • B/C-Pillar
  • Touch Screen
  • Interior Trim
  • And more

Paint Protection Film (PPF), also known as Clear Bra, is a clear, self-healing film that is applied to the painted surfaces of a vehicle to protect it from the elements and everyday wear and tear.

It acts as a sacrificial layer, taking the brunt of the damage so that your vehicle’s paint remains in excellent condition. It is a popular option for those who want to protect their investment, and when professionally installed, it is virtually invisible.

Commonly protected areas included in the Full Front PPF: Front Bumper, Hood, Front Fenders, Headlights and Fog Lights, Mirrors (and Rockers for Model 3 & S) for example on Tesla Model 3, Model Y, Model S, Model X.

This Tesla Model 3 that was previously wrapped with Xpel Ultimate Fusion PPF by us, proved its worth when the vehicle scraped the sides of its bumper against a concrete pillar while attempting to park in a tight parking spot. Thanks to the protective film, the car’s paint remained unscathed, and removing the damaged PPF revealed the original paint in perfect condition. The PPF served as a sacrificial layer, absorbing the impact and preventing damage to the car’s underlying paint.

After assessing the damage, the damaged bumper PPF was removed and replaced on the same day, saving both time and money. The high-quality PPF material ensured that the bumper was once again protected from future scrapes, scratches, and chips giving the owner peace of mind while driving and parking in tight spaces.

Overall, the use of Xpel Ultimate Fusion PPF proved to be a smart investment, protecting the Tesla Model 3’s paint and ensuring that it remained in pristine condition even after an unfortunate incident. With the quick and easy replacement of the damaged PPF, the vehicle was back on the road looking as good as new. It also ensured that their vehicle will continue to look its best and retain its value.

This Model 3 serves as a great example of the importance of high-quality paint protection and the benefits it can provide for those who want to keep their vehicles looking like new for years to come.

PPF is designed to be a sacrificial layer that takes the damage so that your vehicle’s paint doesn’t have to. If it does become damaged, it can be easily removed and replaced, rather than having to repaint the entire panel. This can save you time and money, as well as preserving the original paint on your vehicle.

Additionally, PPF can help to maximize your vehicle’s resale value by keeping it in excellent condition. And also it is covered by your ICBC automotive insurance policy in case of any damage or accident.

Having Paint Protection Film (PPF) installed professionally by a skilled technician who is meticulous by nature and pays attention to detail is important to ensure that the highest quality finish possible is achieved. The technician will take the time to wrap all edges and corners where possible to provide complete protection for your vehicle. This attention to detail is essential to ensure that your investment is well-protected and that you are completely satisfied with the results. PPF Guys aim to deliver the ultimate protection for your investment and complete customer satisfaction.

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