Why Use Paint Protection Film?
You may ask your self, why do I need paint protection? Paint protection film, also known as clear bra, is one of the best ways to preserve the showroom quality finish on your vehicle. The virtually invisible film will keep your vehicle looking newer longer by protecting high impact areas such as front and rear bumpers, hoods, headlights, side mirrors, door handle cavities, door edges, rocker panels, rear fender panels and more from rock chips, road grime, and the natural elements from being outside. Preserving the finish of your vehicle with paint protection film (PPF) will also enhance the resale value of your vehicle when it is time to sell your vehicle. The film also has nano technology where light swirl and scratch marks left on the film will virtually heal itself with heat from the engine and even the sun.
Where can I put Paint Protection Film on my vehicle?
Paint Protection Film can be professionally installed anywhere you want to protect your vehicle finish from scratches, chips, stains and other damaging elements. More than just a “clear bra”, the virtually invisible film will not alter the color or design elements of your vehicle. You can protect:
- Rocker panels from sand and stones kicked up by tires
- Hoods, bumpers, headlights and mirror faces from flying gravel, bugs, and tar
- Door handle cavities and door edges from rings, keys, belt buckles and purses
- Full hoods, trunks and roofs from bird droppings and tree sap
Home & Office Furniture Services
Street Image Motorsports also provide residential and commercial clear bra applications as well. Using the same paint protection film, we can apply this to many everyday appliances, counter tops, and furniture. Appliances like stainless steel refrigerators, microwaves, and ovens to give you an easier method of cleaning the stainless of any dirt and fingerprints, bar tops, granite and marble counter tops, office desks, and more.
If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment, please feel free to contact us with your name, contact info, and vehicle information at: firstname.lastname@example.org