Paint Protection Film protects the car’s paint from harsh weather like UV Rays, bird droppings, and tree sap. However, Paint Protection Film will not last forever. So, can we remove Paint Protection Film? What are the ways to remove paint protection film? Let’s find out with Classic Details Auto Spa!
What are the benefits of Paint Protection Film?
Provide Hydrophobic Features
The hydrophobic property of Paint Protection Film makes cleaning your car simpler since nothing can adhere to the paint. For example, a moist towel can easily remove bird droppings. A simple spray from the garden hose may also clear any accumulated grime.
Protect against UV Rays
The sun is an ever-present threat to your car. Even in winter, most paints will be damaged by UV rays. As long as the sun continues to exist, your paint will continue to fade. When the paint dries, it fades and cracks. Clear Bra will protect your paint from environmental elements like the sun.
Over time, constant exposure to abrasive surroundings may damage and deteriorate your paint protection coating. However, the paint below will remain intact.
Enhance the value of your automobile.
Clear Bra will boost the resale value of your vehicle if you decide to sell it in the future. The trade-in value of a car with a spectacular paint job may increase by thousands of dollars. Invest with Clear Bra if you want to boost the value of your vehicle!
When Should We Remove Paint Protection Film?
If Paint Protection Film is no longer functional or shows degeneration symptoms, we may remove it. In general, a film that is peeling is a strong indicator that you should replace your PPF. Here are a few typical indicators of deterioration:
PPF is infamous for becoming yellow in its last phases. This yellowing results from extended exposure to sunlight and environmental causes. It is often more noticeable on brightly colored or white autos. The discoloration diminishes the attraction of your vehicle.
The exposure from the sun causes the film to degrade and crack. This wear might damage your paint if you do not remove the film early enough.
The film might sustain some visual damage if you live on a long gravel road or travel a long distance in your vehicle.
What is the easiest way to remove Paint Protection Film?
Paint Protection Film removal must be conducted in a warm environment. Use a heat gun if possible, but you may also use steam or a hairdryer. Heat will soften the glue, allowing for its removal without causing damage. Warm the surface by pulling it lightly against the edge of the Paint Protection Film.
Will Removing Paint Protection Film Damage the Cars Paint?
Removing paint protection film from your car is typically not required to harm your paint. Paint protection films often last five to ten years, but they must be correctly applied to survive that long.
Paint Protection Film is a wise investment for protecting your vehicle, but we need to remove it when it does not function properly. Then we can apply a new paint protection film for our cars! Paint Protection Film at Classic Details Auto Spa in Sanford, FL, is the perfect place for preserving your vehicle in the best possible condition! Call us at 407-801-1715 to make an appointment today!