You just purchased a vehicle or in the midst of doing so and want to preserve its brand new appearance forever. And who doesn’t? Unfortunately, the roads of Maryland can easily ruin your finish. From rocks, UV rays and passing by bird droppings, your vehicle faces many potential threats that could easily ruin your brand new finish.
To make sure your car’s paint stays the same, it will need some serious protection to help it fight against the forces of natures. And that’s where Paint Protection Film (PPF) comes in.
You’ve probably heard of it or maybe you remember someone mentioning “Clear Bra” or “Clear-Shield” or “3M Scotchgard Films”. Paint protection film has many names but only one purpose and that’s to protect your paint against scratches, rock chips, scuffs, and UV rays.
SunTek PPF Ultra is scientifically formulated to maintain the beauty and integrity of vehicle finishes for many years, in all kinds of weather. It’s a combination of innovative film technologies that we stand behind with a 10-year limited warranty.
PPF Ultra comes in either optically clear high-gloss or matte finishes, so it disappears into automotive paint and can be used to create specialty effects. With either finish, there are benefits of self-healing film and our proprietary HydroResist technology.
Our commitment to lasting results doesn’t stop with film. SunTek’s exclusive TruCut™ software makes installation a smooth process, with easy set-up and an extensive library of patterns to ensure film precisely fits a vehicle’s contours.
PLEASE NOTE: All prices shown on this page are the material cost alone and do not include prep work and installation labor. Contact Us for more information.
If you’re going to wrap something around your fine new vehicle, you’ll want to know not only where it came from, but what it is exactly. Let’s talk a little bit more about what’s inside a sheet of Paint Protection Film. The key ingredient is urethane, a powerful and versatile polymer made from carbamate links. As a compound, it has unique attributes: It is lightweight and transparent, like plastic. But unlike plastic it is not brittle or susceptible to tears and cracks. It has a high resistance to impact, abrasion, and corrosion. It is also incredibly flexible, and can return to its natural shape after being stretched or disfigured.
Given the polymer’s diverse and advantageous attributes, it has a wide variety of industrial and recreational applications. Urethane is used in the household caulk with which you line your bathroom tiles, because it seals spaces from moisture and prevents the growth of mildew or fungus. It can also be found coating boats and underwater cables to prevent damage. It is used in various sporting equipment parts, from football pads to surfboard fins. Its strength and resistance to wear and tear makes it an ideal component for manufacturing and mining equipment. As we mentioned earlier, urethane is still used to protect various parts of military and aerospace equipment.