Whether you just bought a new car last month or have been driving the same high-mileage model for years, you always want your vehicle to look its best. Unfortunately, daily driving will take a toll on your car’s paint. UV rays, road debris, bug splatter, and bird bombs can all damage your vehicle’s exterior and decrease its resale value.
So, how can you protect your auto paint? XPEL paint protection film could be the answer.
To learn more about this superior solution, read our in-depth XPEL paint protection film review.
What is XPEL Paint Protection Film?
XPEL is a leading provider of paint protection films (PPF) also known as a clear bra. Paint protection film is a transparent, urethane film that protects your vehicle’s exterior paint from unsightly damage. PPF’s “self-healing” properties give it a high tolerance to cracks, abrasions, and corrosion. PPF is incredibly flexible, and can seamlessly adhere to the natural shape of your car.
Here at Elite Protective Films, XPEL is our paint protection film of choice. That’s because XPEL is a globally recognized brand trusted by millions of drivers. If you want to preserve the look of your car while maximizing its resale value, protect it with XPEL clear bra.
Advantages of XPEL PPF
There are numerous benefits of safeguarding your car with XPEL car protection. Some of the benefits of XPEL clear bras include:
Self-Healing Topcoat Activated by Heat
One of the most unique attributes of XPEL paint protection film is its heat-activated self-healing properties. XPEL PPF can self-heal scratches and swirl marks. All of our customers love this technology because it keeps their cars looking flawless during their day-to-day travels.
Superior Resistance to Stains and Scratches
Another huge advantage of XPEL clear bras is the superior resistance to scratches, stains, and fading. Even when your car is parked in the sun, XPEL film will protect your paint from harsh UV rays and prevent it from fading. It will also shield your car from staining liquids and corrosive chemicals. You’ll never have to worry about cosmetic damage or discoloration ever again.
Advanced Acrylic Adhesive
Some people worry if PPF will damage their automotive paint once it’s removed. Thankfully, XPEL’s advanced acrylic adhesive technology won’t leave any residue behind. It also won’t harm your car’s paint.
Most paint protection films last between five to seven years. Driving conditions and methods of care will impact the lifespan of your PPF. To get the most out of your clear bra, we recommend not washing your vehicle for seven days after the initial application. After that, regularly wash your car with a microfiber mitt and dedicated XPEL aftercare products. Always use the two-bucket method to reduce the risk of reintroducing debris that has already been cleaned off.
XPEL paint protection film has an ultra-glossy and clear finish. After it’s applied to your vehicle, your car will shine like new for years to come.
Does Not Yellow or Fade
Unlike other clear bras that can yellow or fade over time, XPEL PPF looks flawless for years. That’s because XPEL clear bra protect your vehicle from penetrative UV rays that will discolor your car.
Edge Seal Technology
Other films can eventually start to lift off your car. Not XPEL! Thanks to its pioneering edge seal technology, XPEL PPF securely stays in place and protects every inch of your car’s surface from damaging contaminants. The edges of the film are completely sealed and won’t peel off.
Trust Your Car to the Experts at Elite Protective Films
If you want to protect your car with XPEL PPF, call the experienced technicians at Elite Protective Films. We are Oregon’s premier paint protection film provider and have serviced over 35,000 vehicles. With a combined 50 years of experience, you can expect nothing but the best from our team of specialists.
To enhance the look of your car for years to come, call us today at (971) 888-8468.
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