Differences between 3M VentureShield, 3M ScotchGard and 3M ScotchGard Pro Series Paint Protection Film (PPF, a.k.a Clear Bra)

Paint Protection Film (PPF, a.k.a clear bra) is urethane film applied to painted surfaces of a vehicle in order to protect the paint from rock chips, tars, and minor abrasions. The transparent film will keep your vehicle looking in newer condition longer by protecting areas such as front bumpers, hoods, side mirrors where these are the most vulnerable areas. Preserving the finish of your vehicle with paint protection film can enhance the resale value of your vehicle in the future. This pretty much explains what paint protection film is and...

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Calendered Vs Cast Vinyl Car Wrap Film

With so many brands, colors and styles to choose from when shopping for color change car wrap, calendered and cast films are the common terms you would hear when referring to the grade of the vinyl wrap films; you may ask, what are the differences between these two anyways? Cast is considered as premium vinyl while calendered is intermediate, the major difference between calendered and cast is really about the manufacturing process. Vinyl wrap can be made either by calendaring or casting process procedure when manufacturer producing the film, resulting...

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Peelable Paint vs. Car Vinyl Wrap

Peelable Paint vs. Car Vinyl Wrap Often, our customers would ask, which method is better if I want to change the color of my vehicle? Would Peelable paint or car wrap be a better option?  Back then, if you wanted to repaint your car either due to paint imperfection or for personal pleasure, you’d have to bring your car to a professional or a shop to repaint it. Not only it costs an arm and leg, it takes days for the job to be completed and keeping your finger crossed...

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