Paint protection film

What is paint protection film, and why should i use it on my car?

Xpel Paint Protection Film (PPF) is made up of five layers of polyurethane that conform to the shape of your car when applied by a professional installer. Xpel PPF is computer cut and with over 80,000 patterns available! Drive with the peace of mind that your pride and joy is covered with the best. 


Ford Raptor - complete protection package

The Ford Raptor is a beast of a car. Awarded the 4 x 4 car of the year in 2019, it is the ultimate off-road truck. But as with all off-road vehicles, going bush exposes the car to a harsher environment than most. Thankfully, this beast is now fully protected with XPEL Paint Protection Film so the owner doesn’t have to worry about scratches, swirl marks and stone chips which will help retain the value of the car.

Paint protection film packages


Mercedes-Benz E63 Edition 1 - Complete protection package 

This stunning Mercedes-Benz E63 Edition 1 was a dream to work on. Completely covered with XPEL Paint Protection Film this car is now completely protected from stone chips and other road debris and covered by a 10 year manufacturers warranty.  A car like this doesn't deserve anything less.


How does XPEL paint protection film work?

Constructed from a combination of advanced elastomeric polymers, XPEL ULTIMATE’s special clear coat not only prevents the film from discoloring due to contamination and ultra-violet radiation, but also heals itself from swirl marks and light scratches that can occur through ordinary washing and drying or daily driving.

Contaminants like bug splatter, bird droppings, sap and road tar wipe off XPEL ULTIMATE’s super-slick surface with a cloth, while scuffs and light scratches in the surface of the film disappear within minutes in the heat of the sun or the warmth of your garage—leaving your car pristine and the protective film like new.


Xpel stealth install

As seen on this Mercedes-Benz E63s Edition 1, the team at Australian Detailing Services has "laid out" the film ready for application. Working on the high points first, the installers then work the film out edge to edge ensuring the film is fit best to this panel.  On this panel in particular, every available edge was wrapped, front, back and bottom and the film fit so close to the window frame, the edge can't be seen. 


XPel stealth install - bonnet

Otherwise know as "bulking" the bonnet, here you can see the team templating the film to fit. Due to the specific nature of this panel and wanting all available edges wrapped the team is going to template the film to then install covering all leading and edges down the side of the bonnet. 

Once applied the film is virtually invisible even upon close inspection.