We highly recommend waiting at least 24 hours before driving. This ensures your PPF has had time to fully adhere so water and debris can’t get under the surface.
PPF is best installed in a temperature range between 65 and 75 degrees F. If it’s too cold, it may feel stiffer. If it’s too hot, it’ll stretch more.
If it’s a small finger, the easiest way to push it down is to use your tack solution, and then push it down with your squeegee. If it still persists, wrap your squeegee with microfiber and squeegee it down. The microfiber will absorb the water making it tackier.
If it is larger than a nickel, you want to lift the PPF and squeegee it down again. If it’s smaller than a nickel, it should dissipate and evaporate within time.
We recommend waiting at least 24 hours but 48 hours to be safe.
Yes, everything you need is provided in the kits. All you’ll need to add is water to the slip and tack bottles.
No, our kits come pre-cut to make installation easier for you!
You can but please be extremely careful. You want to be careful around all the edges. If you directly point the spray gun near the edge, it may remove the film. Don’t directly spray on the edges and you’ll be fine.
PPF is easier to adjust since it is a wet install compared to vinyl which is a dry install. If you do make a mistake, reach out to us and we can send you a replacement at cost.
Our film is rated for 10 years.
Absolutely. There are many ceramic coatings that are specifically for PPF which will make the car even easier to keep clean!