Paint Protection Film (PPF), also known as clear bra or invisible shield, is a thin and clear film layer, typically made of durable polyurethane, that is designed to be applied over the car’s exterior to protect it from various external hazards.
PPF offers an unparalleled level of protection against both physical damage (chips, scratches, swirl marks, etc.) and chemical damage (bird droppings, UV rays, tree sap, bug splatters, etc.) Once the PPF is applied, it bonds to the paint, providing a durable protective layer that fits the contours of the car that can even protect against minor dents.
Thus, PPF offers peace of mind for Tesla owners who wish to preserve the vehicle’s pristine look.
However, PPF is not without its drawbacks, as it can be expensive and will most likely require a professional installation.