We have many car owners often asking questions regarding the Paint Protection Film installation. To help you make the right decision for your car, we gathered here the most common questions we get from our clients.
1. What does Paint Protection Film do?
The Paint Protection Film, also known as Clear Bra, is a film made out of clear urethane that offers an invisible shield to your car. It can be installed on top of the existing paint or vinyl wrap. The film is a reliable solution for protecting your vehicle from rock chips, scratches, debris, bugs, etc. Also, it slows down the color fading of the car paint by reducing the negative effects of sun UV rays.
2. What brand do you use at Monumental Workx?
We only work with the XPEL brand. They are the leaders in automotive protection technologies. The XPEL Ultimate Paint Protection Film also has self-healing power because it uses elastomeric polymers that allow it to heal scratches, swirls, and other fine marks over time.
3. How much does the Paint Protection Film job cost?
The price varies depending on the car model’s complexity and the amount of coverage. The basic option includes film installation on the front bumper, partial hood, and fenders. Full Paint Protection Film coverage is available for most cars. Contact us and get a free estimate.
4. How long does Paint Protection Film last?
XPEL provides a 10-year warranty. The film is designed to keep its shape and integrity for years when properly maintained. However, you don’t have to worry about peeling, cracking, or discoloration.
5. How do I maintain a Clear Bra?
It is effortless to take care of a Clear Bra. You need to wash it with regular car soap and water. No polishing is required. Moreover, the car paint is fully protected. If you want to remove the film, it has to be done within the warranty period. The film might leave a minimal adhesive residue that can be cleaned off easily in a dedicated shop.
If you would like to learn more about the Paint Protection Film or get a free quote for installation, don’t hesitate to contact us.