Protective film

  • 08-Apr-2014 10:28 EDT
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Xpel’s Ultimate paint protection film offers clarity and long-term durability to protect vehicles from stone chips, scratches, and abrasions. The invisible urethane film features a clear coat and special elastomeric polymers that heal over time, eliminating swirl marks and fine scratches. Low-surface energy enables Xpel Ultimate to shed contaminants such as road grime, air pollution, and tree sap, which often stain and yellow conventional films, while it protects painted surfaces from rocks, gravel, salt, oils, magnesium chloride, and insect and bird wastes. The film is available in rolls of varying widths and lengths, pre-cut in various patterns; improved elongation, memory, and flexibility enable single-piece installations. Suitable applications include hoods, headlamps, fenders, rocker panels, door edges, and mirrors.  

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