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DIY Front Protection Kit - PPF for Model 3

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Style: With Sensor Cutouts (2017-2022)

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Installation Level: Intermediate

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Protect your Tesla's most vulnerable areas from rocks, scratches, and insects. 

Our DIY Front Protection Kit comes with everything you need to keep your Tesla safe from the elements, including a video course and expert support so you can get all the help you need. 

We've taken all the pain points from a professional install and either eliminated them or made them easier for anyone to do. We've also included all the tools that we've decided over our install experience are the best. Get yours today and let's get started talking all things PPF! 

  • DIY peel & apply application 
  • Tools & online courses provided 
  • Lasts 10 years
  • Designed and made in the USA


  • Front Bumper PPF
  • Hood PPF
  • Fenders PPF 
  • Headlights/Fog lights PPF 
  • Mirrors PPF 
  • Premium Slip Bottle
  • Premium Tack Bottle
  • 5-Piece Squeegee Set 
  • 70% Isopropyl Alcohol 
  • 5 x Microfiber Towels
  • 1 x Wash Mitt
  • TESBROS Car Wash Shampoo
  • TESBROS Prep Wash
  • Clay Bar
  • 1 pair of Nitrile Gloves 
  • Slip Solution with Syringe for measuring
  • Electronic Step-by-Step Install Course


  • Avery Supreme Defense PPF
  • Fits 2017+ Tesla Model 3

NOTICE: Tesla recently announced that all Model 3 and Model Y's will no longer be equipped with Ultrasonic Sensors in favor of its "Tesla Vision" system. 

To figure out whether your Tesla is equipped with ultrasonic sensors or not, please review the image below.


If you purchased our kit prior to your delivery and your Tesla does NOT have the sensors, please email us at for a replacement piece free of charge. 

If your car has 6 round sensors in the front or rear bumper, please choose "WITH SENSOR CUTOUTS". 

If your car has no round sensors anywhere on the front or rear bumper, please choose "NO SENSOR CUTOUTS" as your option. 

Most customers install this kit themselves. Some experience with PPF installation is helpful, but not necessary.

Installation time: 8-12 hours

Recommended Temperature: 65°F – 75°F

Tools needed: 

  • Bucket (Recommended)
  • Grit guards (Optional)
  • Distilled water (Recommended)

  • Online Course:

    The first step is to access your online course which includes all the information you need to successfully install your DIY PPF Kit. 

    Is this PPF a gloss or stealth (matte) finish?

    We currently only offer the Gloss finish, however we will release the stealth (matte) finish in the near future. Please sign up below for updates and notifications for this release!

    Can I install PPF over ceramic coating?

    Unfortunately, PPF will not adhere to ceramic coating. We do not recommend installing if you already have a ceramic coat.

    Do I have to disassemble parts of the car to apply the wrap?

    Not at all! Our kit was carefully designed to fit without removing anything or having to use a knife on the car.

    What’s the return policy on this kit?

    We understand that people change their minds. In our kit, we provide a Test Kit that allows you to try it out using smaller pieces. If it’s not for you, as long as you didn’t open anything else, you can return the full kit for a full refund.

    How long does PPF last?

    We use Avery Supreme Defense PPF that is rated for 10-years of durability. The film will not yellow or crack over time.

    Do I need prior experience with PPF?

    Nope! We designed this kit for the average Joe. We include everything you need to learn as you go.

    How long does it take to install?

    This can depend on the person, but we estimate it will take 8-12 hours if installed alone. 

    What’s the difference between your kit and other PPF kits?

    We include in-depth courses that walk you through the installation process. Other kits require prior PPF knowledge, while ours is completely beginner-friendly.

    Can I put ceramic coating over PPF?

    Absolutely. There are many ceramic coatings that are specifically for PPF which will make the car even easier to keep clean!

    We understand that people change their minds. In our kit, we provide a Practice Kit that allows you to try it out using smaller pieces. If it’s not for you, as long as you didn’t open anything else, you can return the full kit for a full refund.

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    Alan S.
    United States United States

    I Did It! with great tutorials, etc. from Tesbros

    Whew, I'm so glad that I've accomplished this DIY Front PPF kit installation. Couldn't have done it without all of the great tutorial videos at; the TESBROS DIY PPF Course Facebook group, the practice kit, and of course the great kit from Tesbros. Packaging and all of the included materials are great. It's perfect that all of the tutorials use exactly those same materials: solutions, bottles, squeegees, microfiber cloths, etc. On the day before, I removed my Tesbros front mudflats and cleaned those areas especially well. All together it took me about nine hours yesterday to do everything including the preparation steps and then working through it piece by piece. I started early yesterday morning while it was cool outside. I worked slowly with the tutorials on a laptop nearby for a refresher and carefully using lots of slip solution to make sure I could still move the pieces around as needed. I ended up using the standard slip solution formula of 5ml of soap. I did try it once with 6ml during the practice kit steps, but then the vertical PPF pieces were sliding down the fender. Really, installing all of the PPF pieces went pretty well. The job of seaming - putting two pieces together edge to edge - was the most painstaking aspect. I think I did pretty well at it, not perfect. Time will tell. After I did the two fenders I still had time in the morning to do the hood PPF. It was the easiest piece of the whole kit and looks great! Then took a lunch break before starting on the bumper. After bumper piece A I went back to the hood to turn down the edges which worked great. The bumper is complex and has some big pieces like the hood PPF -- my wife was a great help getting those carefully in place without them touching anything else. Then after doing the bumper I finished with the two mirrors. I'd previously used the Tesbros headlight PPF kit so didn't need to do those again. Whew - success! I used two additional things that helped a lot. We had two 4'*8' tables that I put together as one workbench to let me spread out all of the big PPF pieces. That was a big help. Also, lighting is critical and not very good for super detailed work in my garage. So I bought a bright LED work light (4500 lumen) that really let me do the work and was great for examining pieces for bubbles, etc. See photo attached. See my photos below that capture some of the process. and my celebrations on completion! Yep, I toasted my success with a Buoy Beer from Astoria, Oregon.

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    Brian m.
    United States

    PPF model 3 kit

    This kit was great and came with everything needed for a successful install!

    Adriana A.
    Canada Canada

    Great kit

    This was great quality and relatively easy to install on our own. It is long process but the instructions and videos are extremely helpful.

    Daniel W.
    United States United States

    Extremely high quality product

    While I haven’t been able to install this yet (vehicle is being delivered next week) I have seen a model 3 with it installed. Between that and the excellent quality of all the different pieces of this kit, I have no doubt that I will enjoy installing it and having it protect the front of my ride.

    Larry H.
    United States United States

    Model 3 front end kit

    The kit looks great and I can’t wait to put it on. Watched the videos and feel Like this will be a snap.

    Blake A.
    United States United States

    Idiot Proof

    Never thought I’d be able to install something like this on my car. The free course was super helpful. Thanks!

    wendel m.
    United States United States


    This kit was perfectly designed and has all the tools i need to install on the front and rear mirrors , i also really like the practice kit !

    vince m.
    United States United States

    Front PPF Install

    Just as described. Smaller pieces made install much easier. definitely a must have to protect your car at a fraction of professional install price.

    Joe H.
    United States United States

    It really is as easy as it looks

    I wasn’t able to use my kit as soon as it arrived due to a busy work schedule. I did open the box and was impressed with the care and quality of the contents and packaging. I was a little intimidated by the idea of doing this all myself but still confident enough to give it a try. My confidence was further boosted by knowing that the kit is fully refundable as long as I only opened the practice kit. Eventually I found time to binge watch the tutorial videos. These videos are extremely thorough and helped me to feel ready to give it a try after a single view. It was awesome to see that even the expert makes mistakes and these mistakes are easily resolved. The only criticism that I have for the tutorial videos is that it is sometimes difficult to see the PPF after it has been smoothed. Maybe one day you could reshoot the videos using a tinted PPF that would be easier to see in the video. The next day I was excited to get started with the practice kit. I knew that it wouldn’t go as smoothly as the video but I was confident that I was prepared for my first attempt. WOW! This really is as easy as it looks. If you follow the step-by-step instructions it’s a piece of cake. I obviously wasn’t as fast as the expert, but the finished product is something that I am very proud of. I was skeptical about the necessity of PPF until my wife talked me into it, now I’m looking forward to buying more fancy stickers for my new car.