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PAINT PROTECTION FILM
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.
No special maintenance is required for XPEL ULTIMATE PLUS. However, the film will last longer and will be easier to clean if treated twice a year with XPEL Flawless Finish Paint Protection Film Sealant & XPEL Aftercare Products.
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.
FUSION PLUS is backed by a 4-year warranty. We do recommend using our XPEL Ceramic Boost spray to help protect the finish and enhance the hydrophobic properties.
Ease of maintenance, hydrophobic properties, and self-cleaning properties.
The coating links with the painted surface creating a new functional layer. By creating an inseparable bond on a molecular level with the vehicles paintwork you get a coating that cannot be washed off like a wax or sealant.
9H hardness is a rating based on the Pencil Hardness Test, commonly used by manufacturers of clear and pigmented surface coatings. The Pencil Hardness test is used to determine the scratch resistance of a coating surface by using pencils to scratch the surface and rate the scratch resistance in relation to that pencils hardness and other materials of similar hardness.
Ease of maintenance, hydrophobic properties, and self-cleaning are benefits of FUSION PLUS Ceramic Coating.
Yes, but there are two types of film use for interior protection – XPEL ULTIMTE PLUS™ and XPEL RX™. Depending on the surface, you would choose one or the other.
Yes. XPEL STEALTH & RX MATTE are both used to protect interiors. In fact, STEALTH™ is requested most often for carbon fiber accents, to give a “dry weave” appeal, and RX MATTE on touch screens for glare reduction.
Film can be applied to many heavy-use areas, but the most requested are center console & controls, touch screens & displays, and dashboard trim & facias.