1. SUN EXPOSURE WILL TURN PPF YELLOW
In the early days of protective films, this myth held water. Outdated PVC-based films can suffer from discoloration, peeling, and cracking. However, today’s thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) based clear coats can withstand constant UV exposure, never yellowing or peeling. In fact, our Premium Shield paint protection film is backed by a lifetime year warranty.
2. PPF CAN’T BE WAXED OR POLISHED
A lot of car owners believe that once they install PPF, they can’t get their vehicle waxed, making the PPF tough to maintain, but the truth is: PPF doesn’t need to be waxed. Even though vehicles with PPF can be waxed, it is not recommended as to avoid a build up of wax on the edges. Instead, use spray wax or detail spray if you’re looking for alternatives.
3. PPF CAN DAMAGETHE PAINT
This myth couldn’t be further from the truth. The reason car owners apply PPF in the first place is to protect their paint job from rock chips ,scratches, and other types of damage. PPF’s self-healing characteristics allows some scratches to “heal” right before your eyes. Even when properly removed, paint protection film will not damage your vehicle. It can easily be peeled off at the end of its effective lifespan.
It’s important to never remove PPF from your car yourself. If done incorrectly, the PPF can leave glue residue and damage your paint. Always have the paint protection film removed by professionals, most time with a star will help with the removal process.
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