A: Clear bra or Paint protection film (PPF) is a film that is applied to your vehicle to help absorb impacts and rock chips. Often clear or matted, there are now options available of colored PPF.
A: Clear bra is paint protection film or PPF.
A: Most quality PPF on the market is going to have a 10 year manufacturer warranty with the film. The film is installed to take the abuse your paint would normally. Depending on how you use the vehicle will depend on how it holds up. Daily drivers I typically suggest around the 5-6 year mark in replacing film.
A: The front end is where the majority of impacts will happen. Our most popular install is a full hood, full fender, headlights, front bumper, mirror caps and door cups. This allows for an invisible install of the front end, with no partial line on the hood and fenders.
Other popular clear bra locations have been door sills, rear bumper shelfs, black gloss B pillar trim, rockers, and wide hipped vehicles.
A: Treat this like you would your paint, safely wash and maintain. We suggest a ceramic sealant or ceramic coating to help maintain and make the clear bra easy to wash - along with the paint that doesn't have clear bra
A: There are many benefits to Clear Bra. Some are: protection of your paint, longer lasting paint, adds value to your vehicle, and prevents the need for paint maintenance. It keeps your car looking better for much longer.