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Keep your Tesla looking brand new with our full line of exterior and interior Protection Film

What is PPF?


It’s a very strong and durable film made out of polyurethane, sandwiched in between a clear coat on top and an adhesive on the bottom. PPF is 3-11 mil thick – I know that’s a crazy range, but at the very least that’s 3x the thickness of colored vinyl. This is because its primary purpose is to protect.

What are the benefits?


It protects your car from rock chips, scuffs, scratches, and the elements (bug acid, bird droppings, UV rays, etc.). It features self-healing abilities, making scratches disappear overtime with heat, a super glossy shine, and some even have hydrophobic properties, making it easier to clean. It also protects a painted surface against acid rain, mineral deposits, and water spots.

How long does it last?


It lasts around 5-10 years, depending on how well it’s taken care of and how often it’s sitting in the elements vs a garage. Most higher quality brands have a 10 year warranty, and that includes from yellowing and cracking. Back in the day, PPF would crack and yellow easily, but that shouldn’t happen today. If it does, find another film.

How is PPF installed?


PPF is a wet install. First you prep your vehicle by doing a deep decontamination and then paint correcting, making sure to get all the swirls out. Then, you spray a soap solution underneath the film, on top of the film, and on the car’s surface to allow the adhesive to slide and the squeegee to glide. It takes about 2-3 days to install a front package and up to 10 for a full car PPF. For removal, you’ll want to get it taken off professionally as not to take off the clear coating with it, but basically, you use steam and gently pull close to the surface.

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