Paint Protection film FAQs

Below are frequently asked questions for paint protection film services that we get from customers that might help you out!

What is paint protection film?

Paint Protection Film (PPF) is a thermoplastic urethane that self heals as the vehicle heats up, removing any damage from rock, insects, and other road debris that may scratch or scrape the vehicle. Paint Protection Films allow your vehicle to continue looking new, with a shiny coat, retaining your vehicle’s resale value for your financial benefit. Applying Paint Protection Film to your vehicle can also help save you money on future repairs if you were to not have this protection, for example if someone was to throw rocks at your car and your paint was to chip, the PPF will protect from these scratches invisibly and repair itself. At Auto Glass Direct & Tint, we can offer you a free PPF  quote for your vehicle’s year, make, and model. Please feel free to call us at 480-289-5108 or email us at mpringle@aglassdirect.com.

How does Paint Protection Film protect my vehicle?

Paint Protection Film adds many different beneficial protection factors for your vehicle. One of the key protections is prevention from environmental damage, such as sun fade and sand pitting in dust storms or windy weather. Paint Protection Film also provides protection from all road debris and chemicals. When a rock attempts to scratch the surface of your vehicle and chip the paint, Paint Protection Film will prevent an actual scratch, and once the vehicle heats up, the thermoplastic urethane will self heal. Call Auto Glass Today at 480-289-5108 and protect your vehicle!

Can I wax Paint Protection Film?

After a Paint Protection Film has been applied to your vehicle, you can wax it for added protection however, we strongly recommend that you avoid waxes that have dyes, Naphtha, and Kerosene. If waxing your vehicle after installation of PPF, please feel free to contact us at 480-289-5108 or email at mpringle@aglassdirect.com for more information on what we would recommend!

Can I take my car through a car wash?

After Paint Protection Film has been applied to your vehicle, we recommend that you wait roughly 3-4 days before washing in a car wash. However, it is highly recommended that you hand wash the vehicle, to avoid the machine car washes brutal thistles that can affect your Paint Protection Film.

What is a Clear Bra?

Clear Bra is an invisible Paint Protection film with a urethane base. Clear Bras can be applied to the full vehicle, however are primarily applied to the front end of the vehicle and on the sides near the bottom to prevent any high impact damage from environmental and road debris.

What types of Clear Bra coverage do you offer?

At Auto Glass Direct & Tint, we are able to apply a Clear Bra to any portion of your vehicle that you choose. However, there are four specific kits that we offer such as the partial front, partial plus, full front, and full wrap.

What does the Clear Bra partial front kit cover on a vehicle?

The partial front kit will cover the full front bumper, headlights, mirrors, partial fenders, and partial hood.

What the clear bra partial plus kit cover?

The partial plus kit will cover the full hood, full front bumper, partial fenders, mirrors, and headlights. 

What the clear bra full front kit cover?

The full front kit will cover the full hood, full fenders, full front bumper, mirrors, and headlights.

What the clear bra full wrap kit cover?

The full wrap kit covers the full hood, roof & trunk, full fenders and quarters, full front and rear bumpers, full doors and rocker panels, mirrors & pillars, and headlights.

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