Why You Should Invest In A Protective Coating For Your Vehicle
Have you been wondering if you should put a protective coating on your vehicle? Doing so is probably the best way to preserve the showroom finish. The virtually invisible film coating keeps the car looking like new for far longer than normal. Vulnerable areas, such as the hood, door edges, side mirrors, door handle cavities, rocker panels and rear fender edges are easily scratched and should receive priority treatment. After all, these are the areas where some will first look to judge how well you take care of your car.You can install invisible paint protection films, such as a 3M nose bra, virtually anywhere on your car. You’ll be able to protect the hood, mirror backs and bumpers from:
- Acids from the bodies of dead bugs
- Flying bits of gravel
Protection film on the door handle cavities and door edges will defend your car against bumps from:
- Belt buckles
Protection on the trunk, hood and roof will protect you car against tar drippings and bird droppings.
There are a wide number of options available for paint protection films in today’s market. If you are into this sort of thing, you may have heard that 3M clear bra is the best invisible paint protection product. This is not entirely true. There are many good brands of clear bra out there. Below are three of the most popular.
The Scotchguard Paint Protection Film Pro series is popular among car enthusiasts. It has self healing technology that causes minor scratches to disappear, superior resistance to weathering and yellowing, exceptional clarity and unrivaled scratch and stain resistance.
Clearshield Pro creates a tough, clear barrier between your car and the outside world, acting as a type of invisible body armor. This protective film comes in a 60 inch width in order to provide a complete and seamless coverage of the entire head, or when you can custom order the film to fit specific parts of your car.
XPEL paint protection products are also popular among car owners. XPEL products tend to come pre-cut, but if you aren’t interested in installing the film yourself, you can visit your nearest XPEL dealer.