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Paint Protection Film For Your Brand-New Tesla’s Paint

Updated: Jul 29, 2022

Your brand-new Tesla’s paint will only look brand new for a short time. No matter how carefully you drive, your Tesla will be damaged by hazards on the road, causing it to age long before its time.

Black Model S with Full Vehicle Paint Protection Film - by Immaculate Paint Protection

But what if you didn’t have to be resigned to that fate? What if a simple solution could protect your Tesla’s paint, making it look newer, longer?

That solution is paint protection film (PPF).

At Immaculate Paint Protection, our paint protection film can save you thousands of dollars, countless hours, and innumerable headaches having expensive, unnecessary repairs done to your Tesla years down the road.

From Google review:

“I took my model Y in to get wrapped, and Bill did a fabulous job. The paint protection film has held up beautifully and has kept my Tesla paint in perfect condition.”

—Hailey C.

Happy Hailey!!! Tesla Model Y with Full Front End Paint Protection - by Immaculate Paint Protection

PPF is a shield for your Tesla. It’s made up of three layers: an adhesive layer, an impact layer, and a self-healing clearcoat. It’s a clear polyurethane film that has a six mil (six thousandths of an inch) impact, which absorbs kicked-up rocks and stones and prevents them from chipping your Tesla’s paint.

PPF is computer cut using state-of-the-art technology in our climate-controlled, immaculately clean facility. Applying PPF is an art that takes years to master. At Immaculate Paint Protection, it’s applied by our skilled craftsmen, who have undergone countless hours of hands-on training and been certified by the major PPF manufacturers.

PPF is semi-permanent protection that’s warrantied for up to 12 years. It offers the following benefits:

Computer Cut Film - Eliminates - Unnecessary Removal of Sensitive Tesla Cameras

  • Self-healing: After light marring, when the vehicle is exposed to the sun, it self-heals and looks like it’s been freshly polished.

  • Easier washing: Our top-of-the-line PPF film has a ceramic coating built into it, which means washing will be easier, and your Tesla will stay cleaner, longer.

There are many PPF brands available. At Immaculate Paint Protection, we buy the best products for our clients. Always. I believe that always finding the best products for my clients will win in the long term. Here’s why I use SunTek Paint Protection Film.

  • It’s the newest, most cutting-edge technology.

  • It offers the best shine.

  • It has ceramic coating built right into the PPF.

  • It’s the most durable.

  • It’s 100 percent American made, fabricated in nearby Lawrenceville, Virginia.

  • SunTek’s leaders and I put our customers and their needs first.

As fantastic and protective as SunTek Paint Protection Film is, you can only protect a new-car finish if you have a new car finish. You should plan to buy paint protection film before you buy your brand-new vehicle and select your paint protection film installer before you pick up your Tesla. Make an appointment to drive your brand-new Tesla straight from the dealership to Immaculate Paint Protection. Don’t put your Tesla’s paint at risk.

Today’s vehicles are much more vulnerable to damage than ever before for several reasons:

  • Paint on brand-new vehicles is much thinner today.

  • The sports-car-like geometry of Tesla makes them especially prone to rock and stone chips.

  • We drive much faster today, and so more rocks and stones are kicked up on your Tesla.

  • You don’t have to accept this. The solution is PPF.

  • You can protect your new car’s thinner paint.

  • You can use PPF to protect the most delicate areas of your Tesla.

You can apply PPF to only the most vulnerable areas of your Tesla—such as the front end and rocker panels—or you can apply it to the whole vehicle for bumper-to-bumper protection.

From Google review:

“Bill is awesome. I brought in my 2021 Tesla Model Y. He did a full front paint protection film with rocker panels. He also did the 5-year ceramic paint protection. It looks amazing. I would use him again in a minute. His attention to detail is crazy. I recommend Immaculate Paint Protection to anyone looking to preserve the look of their new car.”

—Nathan H.

Here’s our step-by-step PPF application process, detailing what we’ll do for your vehicle, which will be kept inside our climate-controlled, immaculately clean shop at all times. We’ll even charge your Tesla while it’s in our shop on one of our two Tesla chargers.

  • We use technology to computer cut the pattern for your Tesla. (This is really important because we avoid removing cameras and other components that are vital to Tesla Full-Self Driving systems.)

  • Thoroughly wash and decontaminate your Tesla.

  • Wash the rims and tires.

  • Foam-cannon the vehicle.

  • Rinse it off.

  • Do an iron-decontamination process to remove any embedded iron, such as rail dust, brake dust, and industrial fallout.

  • Inspect visually and by feel if the vehicle needs a clay bar treatment.

  • If the vehicle needs a clay bar treatment, we’ll do that.

  • Use the two-bucket method wash.

  • Dry the vehicle with our luxurious microfiber towels.

  • Install the PPF, using a safe, environmentally friendly, soap-and-water solution.

  • Post heat all of the edges, wrapping every edge possible.

  • Let the vehicle dry overnight.

  • The following day, do a final, triple, or quadruple quality check.

Our PPF comes with a 10- or 12-year warranty.

This entire PPF installation process takes two to three days. That investment will protect your Tesla for the next 10 or 12 years. We think that’s a great trade off.

From Google review:

“Very pleased with the great job Bill did putting the paint protection film on my new Tesla Model S. He was friendly, professional, and helpful answering questions I had. A business with great customer service and product!”

—April S.

We understand that you don’t want to give up your Tesla for two or three days, but we recommend driving directly here from the Tesla dealership in Devon, Pennsylvania, or West Chester, Pennsylvania, and that you call and make an appointment to install PPF as soon as you place the order for your vehicle.

Tesla Model 3 - Charging at Immaculate Paint Protection

Once your Tesla is protected with PPF, you can drive down a highway or even a dirt road with confidence. Even if you hear rocks and stone hitting your Tesla, you’ll know your vehicle is protected by an invisible shield.

If you don’t invest in PPF, in no time at all, your Tesla’s paint will be chipped and damaged, looking old long before its time. To have it properly fixed will cost thousands of dollars and days at a body shop. Investing in PPF now is much more economical than repainting your Tesla later.

Bad, Bad, Bad Paint Damage - This Could Have Been Avoided.

Imagine driving your Tesla in one year, two years, three years, four years, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10 years and still having your paint look brand new. People will still ask you, "Is that a brand-new Tesla?"

No, but that's your secret. And your secret is safe with us. As is your brand-new Tesla.

We love Teslas, and we are active supporters of Tesla Club of PA.

Immaculate Paint Protection is in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. Customers have driven for hours to our shop for our top-quality services and materials. New Tesla owners frequently drive straight from the West Chester, Pennsylvania, and Devon, Pennsylvania, dealerships to Immaculate Paint Protection to have their vehicles protected immediately.

From Google review:

“Recently we needed PPF replaced following an auto body repair. We did not even consider another shop, but instead we drove over 4 hours from out of state to have Bill replace our film. His attention to detail, standard for high quality, and accommodating customer service earned our business.”

—Earlene K.

For paint protection film packages, pricing, and more visit us at

About the author: Bill Fetter’s passion for cars started at an early age, as he loved anything with wheels. Through his childhood, Bill observed his dad’s work as a mechanical engineer turned marketing manager and proud lifelong employee of General Motors.

During high school, Bill honed his passion for cars by hand-washing and detailing his neighbors’ vehicles. Knowing he wanted to be in the automotive industry, Bill earned a degree in Industrial Engineering from Kettering University in Flint, Michigan. He’s worked as an engineer in the automotive manufacturing, medical device, steel industry, and pharmaceutical manufacturing fields.


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