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Paint pro­tec­tion films are most of­ten found on high-end dream cars like McLaren, Fer­rari, Porsche, and BMWs — in­fact, here at home, the guys at McLaren won’t sell a new car with­out first hav­ing it wrapped in paint pro­tec­tion film to en­sure the best pos­si­ble care of the painted sur­faces. How­ever, that doesn’t mean it isn’t cost-ef­fec­tive for the ev­ery­day ve­hi­cle. Tem­plates are loaded from a li­brary of thousands of ve­hi­cles and cut to suit any panel to pin­point ac­cu­racy. Pro­tect Auto Paint Pro­tec­tion owner Alan Heath tells us the first step comes down to de­ter­min­ing how much cov­er­age a client would like on their ve­hi­cle. You can choose what ar­eas to fo­cus on, be it the bumper, bon­net, guards, or wrap the en­tire ve­hi­cle if you’re that’s what you’re af­ter; which will of­fer the best pro­tec­tion of your ve­hi­cles paint­work. Guar­an­teed clear, non-yel­low­ing and mould-re­sis­tant prod­ucts are the stan­dard to­day, and Alan recommends the use of 3M Pro se­ries and Premi­umShield Elite pro­tec­tion films for op­ti­mal pro­tec­tive prop­er­ties with great gloss, stain re­sis­tance, and longer life of the prod­uct. Con­structed from rugged, clear polyurethane plas­tic lam­i­nated with a clear-coat fin­ish for max­i­mum shine, the films are form fit­ting to main­tain the ve­hi­cle’s orig­i­nal look while pro­tect­ing the value of any car. When it comes to clean­ing, sim­ply re­move any marks and de­bris by wash­ing the film as you would the paint, and where needed, use a wax and grease re­mover to get rid of any par­tic­u­larly difficult marks. Best of all, these films will not dam­age the sur­face of your ve­hi­cle and can be re­moved when­ever you want. Cost ef­fec­tive, high qual­ity paint pro­tec­tion made easy.

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