Premier Paint Protection uses Xpel products
and software to protect your vehicle. There films and engineered kits are designed specifically for your car. Xpel film is the official paint protection provider for Porsche and BMW.
The Xpel film is a rugged eight mil thick clear urethane plastic, employing a clear-coat finish for maximum shine. This type of product has been successfully used for years by the military, various auto manufactures, and NASCAR race teams.
XPEL Protection Film - is a patent pending high performance self adhesive top-coated aliphatic polyurethane film designed to protect automotive paint, and other surfaces, from harmful effects of stone chips and abrasion. XPEL Protection Film - is non-yellowing and offers environmental resistance as well as super gloss retention and superior clarity. The film is designed to provide optimum protection while ensuring a no film look once applied to the vehicle. XPEL Protection Film - is coated with ultra clear high performance acrylic adhesive which has excellent adhesion on a broad range of surfaces.
XPEL Protection Film is warranted to be free of any manufacturing or workmanship defects for seven (7) years from the date of purchase. The warranty does not cover damage to XPEL Protection Film caused by erroneous application, accidents or collisions, intentional misuse or ordinary wear, nor damage, dents or chips to the protected surface or film caused by impact of rocks or any other debris. XPEL will replace any film that does not meet this warranty. The replacement of damaged film is the exclusive remedy; liability does not extend to any other damages, incidental, consequential or otherwise.
"Perhaps the best product you have never seen..." - Motor Trend Magazine
We can use Scotchgard™ 3M Paint Protection Film
or Venture Shield
film upon request.
No special care is necessary for your kit once it is installed. You may wash and wax the product, just as you do the rest of your vehicle. You may experience a wax build up along the hood lines and other kit edges. Use a Q-tip or a soft brush to gently wipe away excess wax. Swirl or light scratches can be removed by gently wiping undiluted Isopropyl Alcohol onto the material and allowing it to evaporate. A layer of wax should be applied to the film as soon as possible after installation to close the pores in the clear coat. This will prevent bug acids and road grime from staining the kit. When using high-pressure sprayers, do not place the nozzle directly against the edge of the kit, or lifting may occur. Avoid picking at the edges or corners. Irreparable lifting of the material will result.