It used to be very easy to choose a paint protection film because there weren't many options for selecting replacement parts for the end-user. Today the market is meeting demand and there are many different brands, each with its advantages and disadvantages.
We will try to provide some insight into the key similarities and differences between the leading films on the market: Xpel Ultimate plus paint protection film, 3M Scotchgard Pro Series, SunTek, Ceramic Pro Kavaca, and GSWF Protection
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Xpel can be considered an industry leader as it has led to many innovations in the film coloring market. In 2011, Xpel introduced a film that didn't yellow over time and was a few light years ahead of other films available at the time.
They are also known for introducing and improving the "world's first self-medicated film." They have also developed software to combine with the Xpel Ultimate Plus movies which provide access to hundreds of vehicle templates. By using a vehicle stencil, the installer can apply the film without cutting the surface of the paint.
If you are in the paint protection film market, you will come across the Xpel brand. All the leading paint protective film manufacturers offer solid transparent vinyl to protect against stone, environmental pollution, UV damage, and minor scratches.
Although all films help provide resistance/impact protection, don't be confused that they are bulletproof and any damage "heals" or completely protects the condition of the car's paint.