Paint Protection Film (PPF a.k.a. Clear Bra), is a thermoplastic urethane film that's applied to high impact painted surfaces for new or used vehicles to protect against rock chips, oxidation, and surface scratches.  Each installation will come down the the clients personal preference on what areas they want covered.

The three most common options are Partial Front, Full Front, and Full Custom on the entire vehicle.  A Pre-Cut kit is designed using state of the art software that provides us with the exact factory spec measurements, and are cut out using a vinyl cutting machine.  This process is typically used with Partial Front installs, and provide up to 90% of coverage on most front bumpers, headlights, and side mirrors. A Full Custom Install consists of a bulk sheet of PPF, and is precisely cut by hand for optimal fitment.  

We offer two of the most reputable films on the market which are Suntek PPF Ultra and XPEL PPF Ultimate. Both films come with a 10 year warranty, and have impressive self healing properties.    


Do you wrap the film around the edges?

YES WE DO!  Most high volume shops will not wrap the edges due to amount of time it takes to do it.  This is why you'll notice some vehicles with PPF would have a 1/4 inch gap along the edges.  The film itself would have a high chance of lifting, and overall this doesn't meet our high standards.

How long does it take for the film to completely heal?

It can take anywhere from 24 - 48 hrs for the film to completely bond to the painted surface.  We then perform a thorough inspection, and identify any imperfections that may need to be corrected.  

Can PPF be applied to a repainted surface?

Yes, but you will need to sign a waiver form that states the disadvantages of removing the film in the future. Most repainted surfaces have a high risk of lifting if the film is removed, therefore we will not accept any liability if you choose to do so.

Will the PPF affect the clarity of my paint?

No, it does the complete opposite.  Adding a thick layer of clear film is equivalent to adding a thicker layer of clear coat, and adds more depth to the actual paint.  The only difference is you'll never have to worry about swirl marks ever again.

How often do I need to replace the PPF?

This depends on how well you maintain your vehicle, and the type of driving conditions it's put under.  The font bumper and hood take the most abuse, and are changed out every 3-5 years.

Why should I apply PPF on a leased vehicle?

Most dealerships will charge you for any damage on a returned vehicle, and that includes an excessive amount of rock chips or surface scratches.  

Why Supreme Detailworks?

Whether you're inquiring about our services or trying to get the best deal possible, we make sure you have the most knowledgeable experience with us prior to having any work done. We understand that we're not the "Cheapest" option available, but at the end of the day we will not substitute our "High Quality Standards" over price. We've built our reputation by earning our customers trust, and reassuring them know that their investment is in good hands.  


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