Paint Protection Film
What is Paint Protection Film?
Paint Protection Film (PPF) is easily the most critical cosmetic upgrade that you can get for your vehicle. It is the first line of defense against physical damage like rock chips, tree branches and accidental bumper bonks.
All S.C.A. Detailing techs are trained and certified PPF installers, and we use state-of-the-art software and tools to laser-cut the PPF patterns specific to your vehicle.
FlexiShield Paint Protection products are self-healing and heat curable because of a flexible component in the film, thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU). This class of films have many chemically enhanced properties including elasticity, transparency, stain and abrasion resistance. A combination of hard and soft co-polymers reacts to rebind and retain their shape causing these PPF films to reseal and heal themselves.
Self-Healing Coating * Improved Gloss * Stain Resistance * Warranty
Within 3 days after installation
Do not drive over 50 MPH
It is normal if there is some residual water under the film after installation
Within 7 days after installation
Do not wash your car
Do not use towels to wipe the film, particularly avoid wiping along the edges of the film
Do not use high-pressure water sprayers to rinse the film
Within 15-30 days
The water will have evaporated
Parking your car under direct sunlight will help accelerate the drying process
Bird droppings and dead bugs on the film should be washed within 72 hours to avoid any residual penetration into the film
Avoid using low quality, micro fiber cloths that could leak color and stain PPF film
Avoid using strong acids or alkalis to clean the PPF
Do not cut or peel the film! If you find film edge lifting or water/air bubbling, contact the installation shop for professional advice.
Under extreme conditions, the film *could* be damaged