PPF is a near invisible, self-healing layer of armour that protects your car’s paintwork from damage caused by everyday use and environmental factors.
PPF creates a strong, reliable layer of protection against stone chippings, bird droppings, minor scuffs and other road damage.
It varies depending on vehicle make and model and where the paint protection film is being applied but typically we can have your car back to you within 2 days.
Yes we have state of the art film cutting technology that allows us to bespoke cut the film on site using an extensive database of templates that match each vehicles unique shape based on year make, and model.
Yes we offer a range of flexible packages allowing you to choose the ideal level of protection for your needs - from bespoke options to full coverage - all professionally applied by our highly trained team.
Yes you can drive your car straight away after film application.
To allow the Paint Protection Film time to fully cure, you should wait a minimum of three days after installation before washing or waxing your car and if the average daily temperature falls below 12 oC you should wait a minimum of seven days.
Following the curing period you can wash and wax your car as normal, hand wash with soap and water and wax once or twice a year with a non-abrasive wax for added protection to maintain gloss. To prevent lifting, avoid automatic car washes and spraying the film edges with a high pressure nozzle hose, high powered pressure steam or a power washer.
We don’t recommend it as the pressure water can lift the edges of the film. We recommend hand washing instead.
Ceramic coatings can be applied over the surface of your Paint Protection Film and create an additional barrier while not negatively impacting the performance or self-healing of the PPF.
Yes Paint Protection Film can be removed but we recommend removal by a professional to avoid damage and adhesive residue.
Our PPF installations come with a 3 year manufacturers limited warranty.
Window Tinting is a thin layer of film installed on your vehicle’s windows. It comes in varying shades and as well as enhancing the look of your vehicle it helps protect against the sun and increases safety and security.
It varies depending on vehicle make and model and which windows are being tinted. Typically though we can have your vehicle back to you the same day.
We recommend that you allow 72 hours before opening your windows, this is to allow the film time to properly cure.
You can get any of your vehicles windows tinted but the front windscreen and front side windows are subject to legal restrictions on the level of tint.
The UK law states that the front windscreen must let at least 75% of light through and the front side windows must let at least 70% of light through. This is to ensure the drivers' ability to see the road, other road users and pedestrians is not excessively restricted by glass tint. Driving a vehicle on the road with excessively tinted windows is against the law and as such will likely invalidate your insurance and result in a penalty.
There are no restrictions on the level of tint for the rear windscreen and rear passenger windows.
Yes, provided the windscreen and front side windows meet the legal requirements.
No, the film is applied to the inside of the window so won’t impact the wipers.
Once the film has cured properly it should not impact the use of your windows.
Having a heated windscreen filmed will not have a negative impact – you may find it even disperses the heat more efficiently.
We recommend using a mild, non-abrasive, ammonia free glass cleaner and a micro fibre cloth.
Yes the film can be safely removed at a later date but to ensure this is done without damage we recommend it be professionally removed.
We use only the best quality films on the market and these come with a 3 year manufacturers limited warranty.