Ford Paint Protection Film

PAINT PROTECTION FILM FOR VANCOUVER RICHMOND BURNABY SURREY LOWER MAINLAND, BC

WHAT IS PAINT PROTECTION FILM (CLEAR BRA) ?

Paint protection film is a clear plastic film that you can put on your car to protect the paint. The film will help to stop minor scratches and scuffs. UV resistant paint protection film can help keep your car’s paint from fading over time.

BENEFITS OF PAINT PROTECTION FILM

There are many benefits to having paint protection film applied to your car. First, it will preserve the resale value of your car by keeping the paint in pristine condition. Second, it will save you time and money in the long run by eliminating the need for touch-ups or repainting. Third, it will give you peace of mind knowing that your car’s paint job is well-protected from scratches and other damages.

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PRICING FOR Ford

In the car graphics below, the areas in red indicate coverage area, not colour. Paint protection film comes is transparent and can have either a gloss or matte finish.

 
paint- protection film standard package

PPF LIGHT PACKAGE

  • Covers half hood
  • Covers half fenders
  • Covers mirrors
  • Front bumper

From $1299

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paint protection film ultimate package

PPF GOLD PACKAGE

  • Covers full hood
  • Covers full fenders
  • Covers mirrors
  • Front bumper
  • Headlight

From $1799

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paint protection film platinum package

PPF PLATINUM PACKAGE

  • Covers full vehicle.

From $4699

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ADDITIONAL OPTIONS

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paint protection film rocker cover

ROCKER COVERS

DOOR SILLS (PAIR)

FAQ

How long does it take to apply paint protection film?

The average time it takes to apply PPF to a small car is about two hours. This time can vary depending on the size of the car and the installer’s experience. Some installers may charge more for more complicated installations, like those that involve curves or intricate patterns.

Are there any special care instructions for paint protection film?

Applying paint protection film is a great way to protect your car’s paint job. However, there are a few things you need to do to keep the film in good condition. First, avoid washing your car with harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, as these can break down the film and cause it to lose its shine. Additionally, be sure to wax the film regularly to keep it looking glossy and protected from the elements. To avoid damaging the surface, don’t scrub or rub the film when you’re cleaning it. With proper care, your paint protection film will last for many years.

What happens if the film gets scratched?

If an ppf is not installed correctly, it can get scratched. If the ppf is installed too close to the edge of the paint, it can chip or get scratched when the car is driven. Even a small scratch can mar the finish and cause the ppf to yellow over time. In addition, scratches can also make it difficult to remove the ppf when it’s time to change it. A good rule of thumb is to have at least a quarter inch of ppf extending beyond the edge of the paint. This will help protect the paint from being chipped or scratched, and will also make it easier to remove the ppf when it’s time to change it.

Can paint protection film be removed?

If the paint and ppf are not installed correctly, the ppf can get scratched. If the ppf is close to the edge of the paint, it can chip or get scratched when the car is driven. This can damage the finish and make the ppf yellow over time. In addition, scratches can also make it difficult to remove the ppf when it’s time to change it. A good rule of thumb is to have at least a quarter inch of ppf extending beyond the edge of the paint. This will help protect against chips and scratches, and will also make it easier to remove when it’s time to change it.

What kind of vehicles can use PPF?

You can also use car paint protection film on more affordable cars, as it can still offer some protection against the elements.

What areas of Vancouver do you serve?

We provide paint protection film to Vancouver, Richmond and Lower Mainland clients.

Gleamworks Detailing & Ceramic Coating
By appointment only.
5-8855 Laurel Street,
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6P 3V9.
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