Paint Protection Kit fits the 2020 – 2022 BMW 228i – will protect your partial front from rock chips, bugs, and road debris.
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Partial Hood – 24 Inches
What is a Paint Protection Film?
Paint Protection Film is a transparent, urethane material that can be applied to any exterior painted surface on your vehicle. In short, automotive Paint Protection Film preserves the quality of your car’s paint by reducing the risk of multiple kinds of damage, such as…
- Chips and scratches caused by rocks and road debris
- Swirl marks created during washing
- Chemical stains caused by acidic contaminants
- Chemical etch marks caused by acidic contaminants
- Hard water spots from mineral deposits
- Oxidation (fading) from UV exposure
Benefits of PPF
The main purpose of a PPF is to act as auto paint protection. It protects the underlying paint while also preserving its aesthetics. As such, it looks as pristine as ever.
The film takes on the scratches, dust, and damages caused by flying debris and rocks. It’s not easy to damage, as well, as it’s resistant to impact and corrosion.
Most types also have a self-healing topcoat. This means that minor scratches and damages will heal over time.
The elastomeric polymers revert to their natural shape after damage. Sometimes, you have to apply heat to get the film back to its original, flawless state.
A paint protection film also helps protect your car’s exterior from the sun. Exposure to the sun oxidizes the paint, leading to fading and yellowing. The film prevents that from happening as it becomes the barrier between the paint and the sun’s UV rays.
Prevents Other Types of Damages
Without some sort of protection, your car is also vulnerable to risks like:
- Acid rain
- Mineral deposits
- Acidic contaminants
- Water spots
- Swirl marks from washing
- And more
PPF, however, is durable even to the risks above. It’s also hydrophobic, so water and mud will only slide right off your car.
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