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Paint protection film (PPF) is a clear, durable film that is applied to the surface of a vehicle to protect the paint from scratches, chips, and other types of damage. The film is typically made from a thermoplastic urethane material that is highly resistant to impacts and abrasions.

PPF is often applied to the front hood, fenders, mirrors, and other areas of the vehicle that are most likely to be impacted by rocks, debris, and other road hazards. The film is typically applied using a wet application process, where a solution is used to activate the adhesive on the film and bond it to the vehicle’s surface.

Once applied, the film is nearly invisible and does not affect the vehicle’s appearance. It also doesn’t change the color of the car, it’s just a protective layer. It can be removed at any time without damaging the paint.

Many car owners use PPF to protect their vehicles’ paint from everyday wear and tear, and also to maintain the vehicle’s value. It’s also commonly used on high-end or luxury cars, or vehicles that are used in racing.