Getting a new paint job is in many ways like getting a new vehicle straight from the factory. As you gaze at your vehicle in awe, you might think that the flawless appeal will last just by washing it regularly.
Although washing your vehicle plays a significant role in maintaining it, giving it a thorough clean now and then is not enough for prolonging your paint job’s life. That’s where automotive paint protection film (PPF) comes in. It is the most effective tool for protecting your vehicle’s exterior from detrimental elements.
Common Paint Fading Culprits
Paint protection film is actually a clear rubber-like film that’s installed on your vehicle’s exterior to stop road debris from damaging the paint as well as the vehicle’s headlight lenses. In Nevada, there are several factors that can cause the destruction of a vehicle’s paint job.
Some other elements that can be detrimental include acid rain, sandblasting, oxidation, and hazing.
Advantages of Using Protection Film
No matter what area you reside in, using protection film can be a huge paint-saver! It’s ideal to get it installed right after your vehicle is freshly painted or right when you get your new vehicle from the factory.
Many prefer not to a buy a vehicle that’s had a paint job, and with PPF, you most probably won’t have to get one done. At Team Acme, we use SunTek PPF, which is completely safe for OEM paint. If you have to remove it, it’s also easy to remove.
SunTek PPF’s visual appearance, durability, and overall performance qualities are just some other reasons why we’ve chosen to work with this particular film. After a decade of experience with working with all types of film, Team Acme has found this film to be the most invisible one we’ve ever come across. We have the latest computer cut template technologies to ascertain that the film is precut, without having to bring a blade near your vehicle.
Contact Team Acme Today
At Team Acme, we not only install PPF on cars; we also apply the protective coating to RVs, boats, and recreational vehicles. If you’d like more information on how we can install paint protection film on your vehicle(s), give us a call at 702-566-8326 or fill out our online form today.