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Things to Consider Before you buy


Paint Protection Film
Customer Care Instructions

Please remember that it is Paint Protection, not Paint Perfection.
Does this mean that we do not take the utmost care in making your PPF as invisible as possible? Not at all, it is what our reputation is based on and that of which we are most proud! However, just like a beautiful, sparkling diamond, if you examine it close enough for imperfections, you will most likely find them. There may be minute flaws in the film, or a spec of dust that found its way in, or flaws in the paint that you didn’t notice previously. We have, on many occasions during installation, removed the flawed or contaminated film and started over at our cost, but it still does not mean that any installation will be absolutely perfect. We are sure you will appreciate our high attention to detail and we, in turn, appreciate your reasonableness.

What to expect immediately after installation.

Immediately after installation, there may be a small amount of setting solution residue remaining under
the film or 'water bubbles' – THIS IS NORMAL and IT WILL DISSIPATE within a few days time depending on the weather. DO NOT press on the area with the solution. Very similar to the temporary blemishes found on window tint application, these visual annoyances will evaporate out.
Minor variations observed in the material itself will also clear up after time and exposure to the elements.
Some cosmetic imperfections, often referred to as “disturbed adhesive”, are unavoidable and may make
themselves evident as a result of the installation technique necessary to apply the film.

Your film has been waxed with a special sealant. No immediate waxing is required.

NOW WHAT? 72 hours after installation and on and on and on and on and on and on.......

• You can wash your car as you would normally (hand washing is recommended). Take care to wash/dry parallel to the film edges.
• Wax the film at the same time as the rest of the car (every 3-4 months).
• The use of high-speed rotary buffers or other abrasive cleaning methods are NOT recommended for the film.
• Remove any foreign material such as tree sap, bugs, or bird droppings as quickly as possible in order to avoid any staining.
• Never apply pressure to a film protected surface.
• Wax build up on the film edge is normal. To avoid, overlap the film edge with a ¼” painters masking tape when waxing/polishing. To remove wax build up, use a soft bristled brush such as an old tooth brush and soapy water or cotton swab dipped in isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol to clean the edge.
• If the film becomes scratched or marred, reconditioning by a professional is recommended.
• Keep any high pressure washer nozzles at least 36ʼʼ away from the film edges.
• Use only soft terry cloth or microfiber towels on the film.


Solvent based degreasers
Powder based or abrasive cleaners
High speed rotary buffers
Bug and tar removers
Rubbing compound, clay, or other abrasive material


Remember when choosing a wax: No Products with Dyes and No Flammable Products!

Remember, your paint protection film is considered a 'sacrificial' layer. As time goes by and your film begins to show signs of wear, rest assured that it is the film taking all the abuse and not your car's finish.
Trade in, sell, or hand down your vehicle with confidence that the paint finish remains as new and flawless as the day it was wrapped!
11844 Bandera Rd #149
Helotes, TX 78023

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