Frequently Asked Questions
An installer must complete a 5 day intensive hands-on training program at a 3M training facility, learning 3M application techniques on dealing with difficult vehicle contours on various autos.
No. Maybe it is new to you or just in “mint” condition and you wish to keep it that way.
A few existing chips can be touched up and then the film applied. If there are too many, the affected area will need to be properly repainted first.
No. Look at the frontal impact area of your vehicle. How much painted area is exposed? Sports cars, sedans, mini vans, motorcycles, motor homes, are all susceptible to chips.
It is 2-5% visible, depending on the angle from which you view it and the color of the vehicle.
You wash it and wax it the same as your paint. Do not use products that contain ammonia such as Windex.
The paint protection film allows UV light to pass through, so your paint fades equally.
Yes, it is covered under your vehicle insurance.
Price is determined by difficulty and amount of film material needed.
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