Paint protection film (PPF), also called clear bra paint protection, is a thin, rubber-like film that can be stretched and molded to fit most major impact areas on any recreational vehicle. The military industrialized it, and Used to protect paint and headlight lenses, PPF is a simple way to keep your vehicle looking good for years to come.
One of the largest investments someone can make on wheels, a motorhome is an expensive investment that should be properly cared for. Clear bra paint protection will keep the front of your coach looking as pristine as the interior, no matter what adventures life may bring.
Mainly, paint protection shields your car from road debris, water damage or UV rays. Especially in areas with high traffic, random dust and rocks can end up on your car body, creating tiny nicks and scratches.
In the state of Nevada and other bright areas, many vehicles run the risk of bleaching from excessive sunlight. This affects both the exterior and the interior. Having an extra layer of PFF reduces the potential damage and adds years of life to your vehicle.
Additionally, paint protection can come in a transparent film. This means that you can show off your vehicle’s paint job without worry about it being obscured. Car specialists can apply the film so that it doesn’t hurt the paint finish, and it will contour to any vehicular body shape.
Boat paint protection is great insurance for your boat. Just think of all the abuse the top edges and the rear deck get from people climbing into the boat. Not to mention all of the toys that get thrown into the water and then drug back into the boat. You can also protect the sides of the boat where the dock might rub.
Almost invisible and easily changed out if damaged, PPF is the most practical decision you can make when it comes to caring for your boat. Gel coat is not something that you can just patch paint back in and a proper repair is a lot of work and money. Just protecting the high traffic and impact areas are sure to keep your investment in shape to keep its value at its peak.
It’s easy to remove water spots from this film, and it can be buffed and waxed if necessary. As a boat owner myself, water spots are my worst enemy and PPF really helps.
Yes, that’s right! I said recreational vehicles. Southern Nevada has a great off-road community. This includes sand rails, trophy trucks, race buggies, etc. It won’t protect you from the other guys driving, but you won’t get sandblasted either.
You can also install PPF to protect those high traffic areas where people get in and out of the vehicle, often scraping their boots on your nice custom paint. Especially when you have families and large parties in the RV.
Keeping your paint protection means that you can clean your RV without worries about water damage. This can include spotting on your paint job from leaving suds on one side for too long.
This works doubly so for in areas with water restrictions, and you ended to work on smaller kits. Many drivers need to work fast and with different car parts, that are made of fiberglass, aluminum, or glass. PPF helps reduce the need for painstaking effort.
Paint protection film isn’t just for cars. Team Acme has a team of experts that can apply high-quality finishes to any vehicle. We will ensure that you will get extra years of life on your paint job, with the right amount of paint protection.
If you’ve got an RV, boat, or recreational vehicle and want to protect it from the more harsh elements of use, get a quote online, fill out the online form, or bring it down to our shop in Henderson. If you’re unsure that PPF will work for your vehicle, get in touch and we’ll talk to you about your options.