Porsche Paint Protection Film (PPF)
Paint Protection Film (PPF) is a one-of-a-kind product that makes your Porsche appear better, protects it from the elements, and saves you money on maintenance. Paint Protection Film is available through EZ Auto Spa.
PPF is a material technology that has made car body protection available and affordable to many Porsche owners. It’s a clear layer of film that shields your Porsche’s factory or custom paint job from the elements like dirt, rocks, debris, mud, sun, and rain. It also adds a glossy sheen that can actually improve(!) the aesthetics of nearly any Porsche model.
You’ve put your money into a Porsche. Paint Protection Film protects your investment. It not only adds value after it’s installed, but it also helps to preserve the resale value of your Porsche in the future. EZ Auto Spa specializes in car care and can help you pick the best option for your vehicle now.
At EZ Auto Spa, we can provide a wide range of paint protection film options with our accredited Llumar paint protection film installation service. We are also an certified provider of window tinting, paintless dent repair, paint protection film, and ceramic coating for ultimate protections of your Porsche.
About Porsche Paint Protection Film
EZ Auto Spa offers professional Llumar paint protection film, which we’ve found to be an excellent fit for every Porsche model that we’ve services. Here’s a bit more on why we love it.
Porsche Paint Protection Film Scheduling
Since exterior treatments are all we do, we are versatile with our scheduling and accurate with our estimates. We’ve done work with Porsche owners from all around the Metro Atlanta & Athens area – and even across the Southeast – and can get your Porsche back on the road with superior PPF and more.
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*Disclaimer – EZ Auto Spa is not officially affiliated with Porsche
Porsche Paint Protection Film FAQs
What are the pros & cons of paint protection films for Porsche?
If you own a Porsche you know how great the signature paint looks. PPF is an amazing compliment to your Porsche because it keeps it looking great, while protecting that original paint.
A con of PPF is that while it’s nearly invisible, if you do a partial install you will see edge lines. This may collect dust and overtime, may look annoying. This is why going with a “full PPF” option may be a better fit. By installing the protective film on the entire panel (as opposed to just the front) it will protect while looking amazing.
Will PPF increase the resale value of a Porsche?
If PPF is installed properly, there is no doubt it will increase the value of your Porsche. Porsche’s are built to last. They will set new records for longevity simply because of the lack of wear and tear on mechanical parts. So Porsche owners value protecting their investment more than other owners. PPF keeps paint looking newer, longer. It also gives an owner the ability to peel it off in the future and reveal virtually brand new paint the has been protected all this time.
How long does paint protection film last on a Porsche?
PPF is a protective outer layer that takes the wear and tear from road debris and minor accidents. So longevity will directly relate to an owners driving patters. PPF on a garage kept Porsche with minimal interstate use could last 10 years or more. While a more well used Porsche’s PPF may need to be replaced in 3-5 years if an owner doesn’t enjoy the signs of wear. Even PPF that has protected paint and taken some road damage, is still doing its job. It all depends on your personal uses, and your personal preference.
Do newer Porsche models need paint protection?
New Porsche’s are a perfect candidate for PPF. In fact, the longer one waits to install PPF, the more likely the original paint is to be damaged. PPF won’t fix damaged paint, it will only help protect paint from becoming more damaged. Therefore, “the sooner the better” really is true with PPF.
When can you wash your Porsche after protective film is installed?
We recommend allowing your PPF to cure for 7 days before washing. Rain water won’t hurt it at all, but soap and oil from a wash may compromise the curing process of the PPF. Some PPF even have hydrophobic qualities, therefore making your Porsche easier to wash and keep clean.