XPEL paint protection film is a thermoplastic urethane film most often used on painted surfaces before or before driving a vehicle. Protective lacquer film has been used in private vehicles for several years for good reason.
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The transparent film coated with urethane helps to maintain the paint layer and at the same time protects the surface from the risks of sawdust, abrasion, insect damage, and weather effects. The paint on your vehicle not only retains this type of damage, but it also allows the natural age of your paint and won't turn yellow with prolonged exposure to the sun.
You can still clean and maintain your car. Nearly transparent films, such as the rest of the cover being painted, can be washed and polished for a high shine.
This protective layer is applied to areas of impact on vehicle parts or other sensitive areas such as covers, bumpers, grilles, fenders, swing arms, side mirrors, lampshades, projectors, luggage compartments, rear bumpers and car door guards, roofs, and pillars.
Most suppliers warrant their product, not foggy or yellow leather, and provide a two to five-year warranty if installed properly.
This film contains a UV stabilizer to prevent damage or discoloration of the product itself and at the same time let sunlight penetrate the paint. So when you remove the film from your car, no two tones or "sunburns" occur.