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Paint Protection Film

WHAT IS PAINT PROTECTION FILM?

Paint protection film (PPF) are clear or colored polyurethane films that are applied to vehicles to protect them from scratches, dents, or swirls caused by road debris, rocks, bug droppings, and other environmental elements

It creates a barrier, protecting vulnerable areas such as front bumpers, hoods, side mirrors, door handle cavities, door edges, rocker panels, and rear fender panels. Using a PPF keeps your vehicle looking newer longer, and can enhance the resale value of your vehicle.

Protect your car from stones, insects, debris… 

Your vehicle’s paint is exposed daily to the many harmful elements of the road as soon as you leave the dealership. Whether it be rocks, gravel, insects, salt in the Canadian winter, or other road debris, your vehicles front end has a lot to go up against.

Due to cost-cutting and environmental concerns, many vehicle manufacturers unfortunately have all switched to water-based “green” paints. This new paint is much softer and subsequently very prone to chipping, fading, swirls, and staining! 

Protect your investment with our invisible paint protection packages that can cover the complete front of your vehicle.

Backed by a no-hassle 10 year warranty. Using our on-site digital plotting technology to precision cut for your specific vehicle, our certified installers can guarantee perfect fit and installation for every vehicle based on your coverage needs and budget.

Backed by

10 yr warranty 

Experience the difference!

Warranty provided on all Services | Satisfaction Guaranteed

Ray's Auto Salon

Ray's Auto Salon is a premium automobile detailing salon specializing in fine auto detailing, ceramic coating and protection for fine and exotic cars.

55 Healey Rd. Unit 4
Bolton, ON. L7E 5A2

info@raysautosalon.ca

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Mon-Fri    9am - 7pm
Sat          10am - 7pm
Sun         10am - 6pm

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