Clear Bra / Paint Protection Film is a very important service for new vehicles. An application of paint protection film will protect a new car or truck’s front end paint job from rock chips, dings, and scratches caused by debris on the road when applied to the front end of a vehicle. Colorado roads can be very harsh on a car’s paint, between the magnesium chloride, gravel and salt, and other rocks and sand debris that are common on our streets and highways.
Paint protection will also guard your car’s paint job from wear and tear when applied to areas such as the door cup, edge guard, gas tank, and loading zones. The edge of a door is actually the worst area for chipped paint on any vehicle.
PPF or Clear Bra is commonly applied to the front hit zones and impact areas of painted metal on the hood, fender tips, and backsides of mirrors. Applying clear bra to other potential impact areas like the headlights and grill will preserve that brand new, sharp, and flawless look. Paint Protection Film can also be placed on pillars, bumpers, grills, and rocker panels. Every new vehicle in Colorado should have paint protection film installed on it to protect the front end from road debris and chemicals used on the roads.
Can You see the Clear Protection Film covering the front bumper of this new Porsche Cayenne?
The application of the paint protection film is a science, and although it is not a perfect process, a proper clear bra will save flawless look of a new vehicle.
A good installation consists of proper cleaning, skilled installation technique, and the use of dependable material. You can see the film stretched across the front of this bumper as it is applied.
Lynx encourages you to try Paint protection film, or PPF. Starting out by protecting your door edges, or headlights is a great way to familiarize yourself with the material and see the clear benefits of it.