XPEL PAint protection
Protect your car with
XPEL’s Ultimate Plus and Stealth PPF product lines
XPEL PAINT PROTECTION FILM is made of an elastomeric polyurethane, which provides a sacrificial barrier between the surface of your vehicle and the elements that can harm it.
ULTIMATE FUSIONTM PPF
NEXT LEVEL DUAL-PURPOSE PROTECTION
ULTIMATE FUSIONTM is an optically clear, high gloss, self-healing film that protects vehicles from rock chips, scuffs, and light scratches. Developed with a hydrophobic top-coat, the film’s naturally slick surface helps repel water, making protected surfaces easier to wash and stay clean.
ULTIMATE PLUSTM BLACK PPF
Get ready to take protection, style, and customization to the next level on your personal vehicle. ULTIMATE PLUSTM BLACK is an opaque layer of urethane film that transforms & protects any paint color with a deep, gloss black finish that’s made to last.
ULTIMATE PLUSTM PPF
PAINT PROTECTION FILM OPTIONS INCLUDE:
Includes Full Front PPF with mirror caps.
Includes Full Front PPF, Rocker Panels, Rear Rock Guards, and mirror caps.
Maximum PPF coverage over the entire vehicle. Every possible exterior surface receives as much protection as possible.
PACKAGE OPTION PRICING STARTS AT:
FULL FRONT END
EXTENDED FRONT END
FULL Car Coverage
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FREQUENTLY ASKED PPF QUESTIONS
While you can wax the film, be sure the product you are using doesn’t contain Naphtha or Kerosene in concentrations over 5%, and also avoid waxes that contain dyes. For best results, we recommend using our XPEL Flawless Finish Paint Protection Film Sealant. This product has been specially formulated for use with polyurethane paint protection films to provide the maximum protection and gloss, while containing no ingredients that would cause discoloration over time.
Any of our films can be installed on chrome, though the finish will look slightly different than if left unprotected. We recommend having our installer apply a small swatch to the desired surface so you can see what it looks like before deciding.
No. Because of the impact absorbency of paint protection film, the refractive index of the film is too different from that of the windshield. Because of this difference, putting the two together causes a distortion when looking through the glass that would be unacceptable to the vehicle’s occupants.
Yes, but we recommend waiting at least 48 hours for the film to dry & completely adhere before using a car wash.