Paint Protection Film or PPF is a virtually invisible urethane film that is installed on vehicles to protect vehicle paint from damage and degradation. It also helps to maximize resale value with self-healing, and chemical and stain-resistant features.
Each piece of film is precision-cut to fit your vehicle perfectly with the help of our design access program and plotter. In places where pieces can be folded over for added protection and invisibility, it is folded.
Once installed, it acts as an added layer of protection to your vehicle’s paint, preventing damage from everyday irritants like road debris, and unwanted impact.
Comes with a 12-year warranty
Yes, it is. If you’re looking for ways to maintain your vehicle’s appearance, Paint Protection Film – PPF protects your vehicle’s paint from damage and premature aging.
Not only does paint protection film act as a barrier to rocks and scratches, but it is also a barrier to everyday nuisances like bird droppings, tree sap, UV rays, and acid rain, among other things. You can’t control the environment surrounding your car, but you can control how your car handles the environment.
It is specifically designed to protect painted surfaces and other materials from abrasion, corrosion, chemicals, and other types of physical damage.
Have all the benefits of self-healing paint protection film with the added hydrophobic and self-cleaning action of a Ceramic Pro ceramic coating. This film helps you save money by saving the labor-intensive step of adding Ceramic Pro after PPF is installed.
KAVACA Matte Finish PPF gives you the flexibility to instantly transform your gloss paint job to a deep, rich, matte finish at a fraction of the cost of a new matte paint job. Can be installed on the car’s paint and carbon fiber parts. KAVACA Matte is infused with a proprietary adhesive formulation that provides better adhesion than other films on the market.
We have the perfect PPF Package for all types or sizes of cars.
We have multiple ADD-ON options to add to your package and have the protection you are looking for.
The cost of paint protection film – PPF installation will vary. Here are some, but not all, factors to consider:
Quotes are provided via direct message, email or phone calls. Most installers can estimate based on your needs. At Elements Labs, we use only the best products, so we chose KAVAKA as our PPF of choice. If you are looking for PPF that is guaranteed to perform, give us a call.
KAVAKA is our brand of choice. We have worked with many brands and test new products as they come on the market, but KAVAKA still beats out the rest in our eyes.
KAVAKA film installers can get exclusive access to a Design Access Program which archives every vehicle’s exact schematics for perfect fitment each time. Installers can customize vehicle kits to fit customer needs, and not have to worry about cutting into paint with free-hand work.
PPF can be waxed, however, make sure the product being used does not contain Naphtha or Kerosene in concentrations over 5% and that the wax does not contain dyes. We recommend to talk with one of our advisors to choose the right product to enhance your PPF as it was designed and will not stain, discolour, or damage the film.
KAVAKA has a 10 year Manufacturer’s Warranty that covers a range of issues, including yellowing of the film.
KAVAKA has a 10 year Manufacturer’s Warranty, which covers staining, yellowing, discolouration, cracking, peeling, bubbling and more.
After the initial curing phase, you can hand wash your vehicle, or even bring your vehicle in to an automatic car wash. However, it is highly recommended to wash your vehicle by hand. If you have to bring your vehicle to a car wash, we recommend touchless car washes as bristles can damage your film.
If, for any reason, you feel that your install was done incorrectly where there is film peeling, bubbling, cracking etc., please contact us. We will assess your vehicle with you, and make sure the errors are corrected. We stand behind the quality of our work.
While it isn’t overly noticeable, there will be a visible line where the Paint Protection Film – PPF ends if you choose a partial front end wrap. However, if there is a lot of dirt and debris on your vehicle, it will likely gather where the line is, and become more visible.
We customize all of the work that we do, and typically remove emblems before wrapping your vehicle with PPF unless otherwise specified. Vehicles where emblems are screwed into panels will not be removed.
After the initial 3 week curing phase of your install, it is perfectly fine to use a pressure washer on your vehicle so long as the pressure washer isn’t pointing directly at the edge of the film.
Although you can get film and attempt to install it on your own vehicle, it is highly recommended that a certified installer install the film on your vehicle. Installation requires a lot of training and experience, which includes understanding the perfect balance of solution and adhesive to film, as well as an understanding of how the film stretches across panels of a vehicle.
Most installers are trained and certified, and have completed hours of practice to attain satisfactory results. For best results, we recommend consulting with our certified professionals.
KAVAKA instant-healing will heal so long as the scratch hasn’t pierced through the film. The film is designed to heal against minor abrasions, light scratches and swirls. It will not heal if it is fully damaged and ripped. If this happens, the film on that particular panel will have to be replaced.
Yes, ceramic coating can be applied on top of PPF. Most ceramic coatings will have protective qualities that will complement, and will not alter the way that film performs. Even if the coating is not permanent and wears off, KAVAKA will retain its protective qualities. We recommend consulting with our experts for the best options.
Once a vehicle has been ceramic coated, the surface energy is reduced, which is what ceramic coating is designed to do. It is reduced so that dirt and debris do not stick to your vehicle’s surface. We recommend removing any types of sealants, waxes or coatings prior to Paint Protection Film installation to prevent lifting or adhesion issues.
Yes, you can remove it on your own, however, we do not recommend this. There are published guidelines in order to reduce the risk of damaging your paint. If you must remove it on your own, we recommend following those guidelines as closely as possible. Otherwise, please consult with one of our professionals.