The BMW M3 was in for PPF rolled out of our studio in Dunsfold ready for a life on the road. It is now safely protected with a specific, practical PPF package unique to the car and owner’s wishes! The self-healing film can be applied onto almost any vehicle to protect the expensive paint system you’ve had installed onto it.
At Reep Southern we don’t have specific set out packages, or quotes. We understand that every vehicle we have in our studio is unique in its age, the way its been driven and where it is stored. Therefore, its completely unique to you.
Anyway…back to the BMW…
What is PPF?
At Reep we use a protection film from either Premium Shield or LLumar. Both offer a fantastic product which does the exact same purpose – protects your paintwork. Through many years of research and development, the film has been designed to be 2 things. Firstly, thick enough to withstand the impacts of stones and similarly sized debris hitting it. And secondly, thin enough to make sure it doesn’t effect the look of your car. Sitting on the paintwork, it will defend against:
- stone chips
- swirl marks
- impact from small debris
- UV damage
Where was PPF applied?
The Paint Protection Film was applied onto some of the most affected areas of any car. Be it a supercar, everyday run around or hyper-car, the whole lower end your vehicle is the most prone to damage, especially from stone chips and ‘road rash’.
For this M3, as it would be a daily run around, the owner opted to have PPF applied onto the following panels:
- front bumper
Given that this car is rear-wheel drive, we designed a bespoke PPF pattern to sit on the rear wheel arch to protect a patch of the rear bumper. This would mean, any stones or road debris thrown up from the rear wheels would not harm the paintwork in anyway. Have a look through the photos, can you see the film on the paint surface?
If you’re looking to have your car protected just like this Porsche, speak with our team at Dunsfold today. Call us on 01483 917 319 or email us at ‘firstname.lastname@example.org.’