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5 Reasons Why You Should Choose Paint Protection Film Over a Ceramic Coating

5 Reasons Why You Should Choose Paint Protection Film Over a Ceramic Coating

When you buy a new car, you want to ensure it remains pristine for as long as possible. This is where paint protection films (PPF) come in. While ceramic coatings have been a popular choice for car owners, PPF is increasingly becoming preferred. Here are five reasons why you should consider paint protection film over ceramic coating for your new car’s paint.

PPF Provides Unmatched Protection

Ceramic coatings offer some protection but don’t match the physical protection that PPF provides. PPF is a thicker, more durable layer of protection that shields your car from scratches, rock chips, and other physical damage. Unlike ceramic coatings, PPF can easily handle high-impact areas like the front bumper, hood and fenders.


Self-Healing Properties

PPF is the only protection film that can heal itself from small scratches and swirls caused by regular wear and tear. This means your car will continue to look great even after years of use. Ceramic coatings can’t repair themselves from scratches; if they get damaged, you need to reapply a new coat.

PPF Protection on Car Hood

More Durable and Long-Lasting

A paint protection film is more resistant to fading, cracking, and peeling than ceramic coatings. PPF can last for years with proper care and maintenance, making it a more cost-effective option in the long run.

Enhances Resale Value

When it comes time to sell your car, PPF will make it more attractive to potential buyers. It shows that you’ve taken good care of the car and provides a clear indication of the car’s condition. Paint Protection Films also protect against wear and tear, which helps to maintain the car’s appearance over time.

More Versatile Options

PPF comes in different finishes, including gloss, matte, and satin. It also offers different warranties, ranging from five to ten years. This means you can choose a PPF film that suits your preferences and budget.

Self-Healing PPF Film

While ceramic coatings offer some benefits, such as easy maintenance and a hydrophobic finish, they cannot match the physical protection and durability of PPF. However, it’s worth noting that ceramic coatings can be a good option for cars that don’t face a lot of physical wear and tear.

At Avery Dennison, the Supreme PPF Series offers the most advanced protection of a PPF film. Our film is made with cutting-edge technology that provides superior protection against scratches, rock chips, and other types of physical damage. We also offer a range of finishes and warranties so that you can choose the perfect film for your car. 



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