Paint protection film offers more protection than ceramic coatings and waxing. If you are looking for maximum durability and maximum protection, then you need to choose the paint protection film. It completely blocks blunt force from rocks and small objects. If you are hoping to keep your car in pristine condition or possibly resell it later on after a few years, you will want to keep it in optimal condition.
Paint protection film is the best way to keep your car looking new for as long as you can. The heat that’s applied when you put the film on will also cause swirl marks and scratches to disappear. The film can also repel water and cause fewer water spots.
Adding a ceramic coating to your car can protect the paint. It’s not the same thing as waxing as the ceramic coating will add more protection to the car than just wax. However, you can always have both done for maximum protection. Ceramic coating will be applied by hand by the experts from our company.
The ceramic coating will repel the damage that might be caused by rocks or other small objects that can hit the car when driving. If something large hits the car, it might still be damaged, but the ceramic will be able to block some of the blunts from the force.
Vehicle wraps are when you put your company’s logo or name on your vehicle. This can make it much easier to advertise your company and get more customers. Vehicle wrapping can also be easily removed if you decide to change the company logo later or don’t want to advertise anymore.
Vehicle wrapping is also less expensive than painting your logo. Having the company’s information on your car will allow more people to see your logo and you will be able to create more client relationships
The percentage of total solar energy rejected by filmed glass. The higher this value, the less solar heat is transmitted.
The percentage of solar infrared energy rejection over the wavelength range from 900-1,000 nm. Infrared rays are primarily responsible for the heat you feel when driving.
The percentage of visible light that passes directly through filmed glass: the higher the number, the lighter the film.
The percent of solar infrared energy rejection over the wavelength range from 780–2,500 nm. IRER takes into account the transmitted and absorbed IR energy that will be reradiated into a car.
The percentage of ultraviolet (UV) light that is rejected by the filmed glass. UV light contributes to the fading and deterioration of fabrics and leather.
The percentage by which visible light is reduced by the addition of film. Data shown is the estimated performance of film applied to ¼” (6mm) thick, 73% VLT automotive green glass. Data is for reference only.