Many of our Hampshire-based clients treat their vehicles to professional PPF installation over the summer months, and there’s a good reason for that. To discover the benefits of paint protection film in summer, check out this article from the archives.
But, PPF can be as beneficial for your vehicle in winter as it is in summer. Read on to discover why.
Professional PPF Installation in Winter
Would you like salt with that?
Winter is coming, and with that comes all the contaminants and debris that litter the road’s surfaces. Loose stones from flooded areas, dried mud and worst of all, salt and grit, will all too easily flick up and damage your car’s paintwork. Professional PPF installation helps to protect the paint against these physical impacts.
Leaves leave residue.
Do you park your car under trees for any length of time? Then, this time of year, beware those falling leaves. Because once it rains, they stick to your car!
As wet leaves decompose, they release chemicals, including tannic acid. This can leach into your car’s paintwork, causing discolouration and marks that are almost impossible to remove without professional help. Professional PPF installation can shield your vehicle against the damaging effects of contaminants, including decomposing leaves.
PPF is like a warm hug for your car.
Just as high temperatures in summer can damage your car’s paintwork, so can those lower temperature fluctuations in winter. Treating your vehicle to a PPF hug is an excellent way to give it added protection in the colder months.
If you’re ready to explore the benefits of professional PPF installation, contact us HERE. We install PPF at our studio in North Hampshire, close to Hook & Basingstoke.