Paint Protection Film Application

For serious protection for the paint on your vehicle

If you are serious about protecting the paint on your vehicle from chips, scratches, stains, flying gravel, contaminants, hard to remove bug debris, tar and harsh environmental elements like salt water, then you need to consider our Paint Protection film.

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Here'S why:

Paint Protective films are extremely durable, provide exceptional clarity, offer thicker protection than ceramic coatings, can be safely removed and replaced and provide amazing protection from rock chips due to their self-healing properties. We only install 8mil-thick film that is maintenance free, works tirelessly to protect your paint against the elements and keeps your car’s paint and other surfaces looking like new.

Common MisconceptionS

A common misconception about Paint Protection Film is that it’s only installed as a Clear Bra to protect the hood and front bumper of the vehicle. The reality is that, due to its amazing durability it can pretty much be used in many of the surfaces that are prone to damage


It’s recommended to install Paint Protective Film in the high-impact and vulnerable areas where your vehicle commonly suffers the most damage from the elements. Protect the complete paint job, commonly done by supercars and collectibles but many other custom and specialized vehicles apply it this way as well.

Bikini hood, fenders, mirrors & bumper.

Full Hood, Fenders, Mirrors & Bumper

Complete Car

Backed by a LLumar® Warranty

As an authorized installer of LLumar®.  paint protection, we have the latest technology to perfectly cut the templates to your specific vehicle and provide a10-year warranty from the manufacturer to provide you with true piece of mind LLumar® paint protection film makes it easy to keep your car’s finish looking like you just drove off the lot. Paint protection film effectively stands up to flying rocks, bird droppings, salt, sand and more.

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