Protecting your vehicle with a complete PPF treatment requires approximately 5-6 working days. The process begins by preparing the car for a clean room working environment followed by comprehensive paint correction, application of PPF, curing, and final inspection.
Cleaning your car after PPF has been applied should always be done by hand using your favorite automotive soaps and clean microfiber materials. PPF and its self-healing layer can be damaged by automated car washes. You should also avoid high pressure washing, including touchless or waterless systems.
After you have enjoyed your vehicle for a month or so after application, we recommend returning to Touch of Glass Detail Studio for an inspection. Each surface will be thoroughly inspected to ensure proper curing. If you ever become concerned with the PPF on your vehicle after this time, please contact us so that we can help.
Applying ceramic coatings over PPF is a common practice for maximum protection. In addition to serving as a second barrier to the elements, the hydrophobic properties of the coating help keep your car cleaner for longer periods of time. Ceramic coatings can also be applied to your vehicle's interior, wheels, and glass.
Even the most exclusive new vehicles are delivered with minor flaws, swirls, or scratches. Paint correction is a meticulous process that involves examining every painted or clear coated surface before correcting to create a consistent and flawless surface on every area of the car. Paint correction is also a requirement for Paint Protection Film application, ensuring maximum adhesion and durability.
Detailing can take different amounts of time based on your vehicle and the extent of the results you are seeking to achieve. At Touch of Glass Detail Studio, we can give you a better indication by visiting us with your vehicle for a personalized consultation.
At Touch Of Glass we tailor to each client's needs and believe that no two cars are the same. To discuss finer details including pricing please go to our contact page to fill out a form or give us a call. We will then schedule your consultation meeting.