Paint protection film (PPF), also referred to as clear bra or a "wrap", is virtually invisible polyurethane layer that is designed to keep your vehicle's surfaces safe from things like rocks, oils, bug acids, bird droppings, and to prevent stone chips before they happen.


💎Self-Healing Clear coat

It will self-heal light scratches and swirls with a light heat application to the film's surface.


It will not yellow from the UV exposure, ensuring protected areas are nearly invisible.

💎Discoloration & Stain Resistant

You don't need to worry about specs and spots from contaminants. It is stain resistant & will maintain clarity under the toughest conditions.

💎Prevents Wear & Tear

Block stone chips and scratches in the paint and keep your vehicle looking as good as new.

💎Edge Seal Technology

Edge Seal Technology ensures film doesn't lift and delaminate, therefore keeps surfaces protected from contaminants.


The Full Front Package is the most common coverage option chosen by customers wanting to protect the panels without any lines across hood and fenders. It provides the cleanest look possible as we can extend the easily accessed edges in order to wrap them and eliminate the line of Partial Front Package across the hood and fenders. This package offers excellent protection for the full front of your vehicle, where most of the stone chips can happen.

Partial Front Package


  • Full Front Bumper
  • Headlights
  • Front Side Mirrors
  • 1/3 of the Hood and Fenders
  • Door caps
Full Front Package


  • Full Front Bumper
  • Full Hood
  • Full Fenders
  • Headlights
  • Front Side Mirrors
  • Door caps
Entire Vehicle Package


  • Entire car - all painted surfaces of the vehicle and headlights.


Feeling crafty? Want to protect your vehicle from everyday damages? Paint Protection Film kits are intended for everyone who is patient and handy. With the precision-fit plots and clear instructions, DIY installation is a great way to save your assets and money!


Paint protection film (PPF) is a clear, durable film that is applied to the painted surfaces of a vehicle to protect them from damage caused by road debris, scratches, and other environmental factors.

Yes. Just wet the surface with a soapy water and then gently rub the surface with the clay bar.

Let the film dry for at least 48 hours and avoid using high pressure at the edges of the film.

The clear coat is the self-healing layer and is approximately 13 microns thick. If that layer is penetrated, the film will not heal.

The best way is to apply ceramic coating on the top of paint protection film. In case you have it already on the vehicle, we would recommend a professional removal of the ceramic coating as it may result in poor adhesion and peeling over the time.

Yes, paint protection film can be installed over the vinyl wrap. But in case with racing stripes, there is a chance of air being trapped along the edge.

Yes, it can be applied over the paint touch up. For the best result, color-sand smooth and buff the touched up area after the application of the paint.

Yes, but let the film to dry completely for at least 48 hours.

PPF requires little maintenance beyond regular washing and drying, although you should avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that could damage the film.

No, PPF is designed to protect your vehicle's paint, not to damage it. However, improper installation or removal can cause damage to the paint.

Yes, you can wax the film, but make sure the product you are using doesn't contain Kerosene and Naphta in concentrations over 5% and any dyes.

Yes, there are PPF products specifically designed for matte and satin finishes, which provide protection without altering the appearance of the finish.

PPF can be removed and reinstalled, although this process can be more challenging than the initial installation and may require additional cleaning and preparation.