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Who Should and Shouldn’t Buy Paint Protection Film

Updated: Dec 7, 2022

Immaculate Paint Protection helps new car owners protect their future classic cars, so they look awesome and stay looking new for years to come.

You just invested a lot of money and time buying a new vehicle. You want it to keep it’s new-car finish forever, but you might feel reluctant to spend any more money. Check the bullets below to determine if you should or shouldn’t protect your paint with paint protection film.

How do you keep your car looking new for a long time - with paint protection film to prevent rocks and stones from chipping your paint.
The Lexus owner - wants to keep their Lexus LX 460 forever - paint protection film will go along way to achieving that goal.

You SHOULD buy paint protection film if you…

· Plan to keep your car for 5 to 10 years

· Really like having a new-looking car (Your Tesla was a great investment, and it’s ok to want to keep it looking nice.)

· Do a lot of highway driving

· Have had the technology on other vehicles

· Work at a high-appearance job, such as sales or client relations

· Value sustainability

You SHOULD NOT buy paint protection film if you…

· Lease your vehicle with no intention or ability to buy out the lease

· Don’t care how your car looks

· Expect absolute perfection—“show car” award-winning paint - you want a ceramic coating

Paint protection film is to your car like a screen protector is to your phone. Most people invest the relatively small extra money to protect their phone, and along the same lines paint protection film can also be a valuable investment to protect your vehicle.

A ceramic coating from Gyeon was added to paint protection film that was installed on this 2022 Toyota Rav4.
2022 Toyota Rav 4 with SunTek Reaction paint protection film and Gyeon ceramic Type II ceramic coating done by Immaculate Paint Protection.

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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