PPF (Paint Protection Film) is a clear protective coating that can be applied to some parts of a vehicle. Its main purpose is to protect the paint from the elements by providing a barrier between the elements and the paint. PPF can last for two or three years, depending on the type used.
How Long Does PPF Last on Your Car?
It’s important to consider how much your car uses its PPF since the life of a film depends on how well it’s taken care of. If your car is only driven a few times a year, a quality PPF can last for seven to 10 years. But many clients keep their PPF on their cars for life.
It can protect your paint from the harsh effects of snow, sand, and salt. While these elements are necessary for safe tire traction, their sharp particles can scratch and rust a car’s paint. Paint Protection the paint from these elements by providing a thin, invisible layer of protection.
PPF is typically warranted for 10 years. However, the amount of time it lasts depends on many factors, including the mileage and speed you drive. If you drive a lot, or if you use your car for track days, your PPF may need replacement sooner than expected.