Certainly! PPF material was specifically designed to shield aircraft parts' edges from small rock chips. Now, it is finally accessible to the general public for the convenience of protecting their cars and other automotive vehicles. Small rocks are no match for this advanced car care product.

No, please contact professional installers and have the installation carried out in a professional workshop.

No, this car protection film is designed to safeguard the painted surface of the vehicle from various external elements. It will not damage the original paint of the vehicle in any way.

Almost every PPF has 10 years warranty.

Our glue leaves no residue when removed from the car's surface.Plus,it's gentle on your paint job. Each ingredient is factory-tested and environmentally friendly.

Installer should scrape the PPF and drain water over a large area at least twice, which can effectively prevent blisters from occuring. Check the entire surface of the film carefully. If there are blisters, you need to reinstall it in time.

You can take a sample from the car and then cut it onto the film surface. There is a trick to cutting. You can take the material from the rear fender first. Please remember that a small strip on the rear fender, it needs to be cut in a straight line.

No, you only need to dry or heat the edges.

During installation, when cleaning the car, you should first deal with the places where dirt is easy to enter, such as side seams, door beading, etc. These places are most likely to harbor dust.