Updated: Jan 25
I’m happy to say that here at Immaculate Paint Protection, we’ve made a big switch to serve our customers even better: We’ve changed our materials to SunTek Paint Protection Film.
We didn’t make this decision on a whim. I put a great deal of thought and concern into it. I evaluated the competitive landscape. I compared products. I did a ton of research. And I drew on my decades of expertise in the automotive industry. Then I made the decision.
Because Immaculate Paint Protection is independently, locally owned, we’re flexible and nimble. We’re not locked into relationships with any one vendor or committed to any one product. We buy the best products for our clients. Always.
I know that our customers rely on our expertise. They don’t have time to research the industry and products. They trust us to source the best products to protect their investments. And we do.
Some paint protection installers rely upon the branding of the paint protection products they use. On the other hand, I’ve built my own brand, so I can buy whatever film I want to buy. I believe that always finding the best products for my clients will win in the long term. Here’s why I now use SunTek Paint Protection Film.
It’s the newest, most cutting-edge technology. SunTek’s exclusive Core pattern-cutting software helps ensure ideal fit and smooth installation. It’s an easy-to-use platform with powerful design tools and an extensive library of patterns shaped to match a vehicle’s particular make, model, and year.
It offers the best shine. SunTek Paint Protection Film’s top coat increases stain resistance and retains a high gloss or matte finish by limiting surface accumulation of water and dirt.
It’s the most durable. SunTek Paint Protection Film is scientifically formulated to create a strong, reliable layer of protection against damage caused by rocks, salt, insects, and other road debris. Its self-healing technology repairs scratches with heat from the sun or an engine.
It’s 100 percent American made, fabricated in nearby Lawrenceville, Virginia. The factory is owned by SunTek. I like the fact they are developing and producing their own film, which I believe will result in newer, better technology. As an engineer and automotive enthusiast, I respect the in-house product development and manufacturing.
SunTek knows their strengths. They aren’t focused on aggressive sales tactics or social media campaigns. They’re not glittery or slick. Instead, they keep to the basics: top-quality products and excellent customer service.
SunTek’s leaders and I have similar philosophies: We put our customers and their needs first. Period.
I offer the following two levels of SunTek Paint Protection Film.
SunTek Reaction is a completely reinvented product that merges the super hydrophobicity of ceramic coating with premium, self-healing paint protection film. This advanced two-in-one construction keeps a vehicle’s finish looking like it rarely sees the road, thanks to impressive protective benefits.
Reaction stands up head-on to flying gravel, salt, and grit. It also has self-healing properties plus a noticeably clear finish with intense gloss and no orange peel appearance. This trailblazing PPF uses Eastman Tetrashield protective resin system technology, trusted by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for their own finishes.
Reaction is formidable defense against nature's harshest elements too, with 25 percent more stain resistance than top brands. Acid rain, bird droppings, tree sap, insects, and dirt all wash effortlessly away from Reaction’s slick surface, leaving only envy-inducing shine behind.
I like SunTek Reaction because it has ceramic coating already built into the film. Some of our competitors offer non-ceramic coated film and use ceramic coating as an “upsell opportunity” to scare some extra money out of the clients. We don’t sell like that.
SunTek Paint Protection Film Ultra is scientifically formulated to help maintain the beauty and integrity of vehicle finishes for many years, in all kinds of weather. It’s a combination of innovative film technologies that we stand behind with a 10-year limited warranty.
PPF Ultra comes in either optically clear high gloss or a matte finish that can be used to create specialty effects. This top-performing film is applied to the surface of the vehicle to create a barrier against water, insects, road debris, and other stains. It offers self-healing film and SunTek’s HydroResist technology.
I really like SunTek film because it’s glossy and low texture with a smooth finish and less orange peel than competitor films. This claim is always debated, but once you see it for yourself, you’ll want the SunTek film. Don’t compromise.
I’m the only SunTek factory direct dealer in the Lehigh Valley. Now with SunTek, we offer a great-looking film, with a 12-year warranty, and a ceramic coating. Those three points tipped the scales in SunTek’s favor.
Everything we do at Immaculate Paint Protection is in the best interest of our clients. As an industry veteran, with my automotive background and industrial engineering degree, I feel confident SunTek is the right fit for me—and for my customers.
We tested SunTek Paint Protection Film before making this change, and here’s what our client had to say:
“Immaculate Paint Protection applied their new SunTek Paint Protection Film to my 2021 Honda Pilot,” said Jennifer Bright, founding CEO of Bright Communications, in Hellertown. “I was very impressed by Bill and his team and their Disney-level customer service. When I picked up my Pilot, I was blown away! It looked better than it did when it was brand new from the dealership! It’s been a few weeks now, and my vehicle stays cleaner, longer. I highly recommend Immaculate Paint Protection. I wish they made Paint Protection Film for other things around my house, too! Wouldn’t it be nice to have a kitchen and bathroom that shined and stayed cleaner, longer?”
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.