Question:

Can The PPF Be Waxed?

Answer:

While it is possible to wax ppf, there are a few chemicals that need to be avoided. Products with Naphtha or Kerosene in concentrations over 5%, and waxes that contain dyes need to be avoided. For best results, we recommend using XPEL Ceramic Boost as an enhancement and sealer. For additional gloss and protection, we recommend having us install one of our ceramic coatings.

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What Is the warranty on Xpel PPF?

Xpel ULTIMATE PLUS Series Films carry a 10 year warranty period. This warranty covers: delaminating, cracking, yellowing, bubbling, staining, peeling and more. For more information, please use the link provided:…

Is It Safe To Use Detailing Clay On The PPF?

Yes! With detailing clay, the process is the same on PPF as it is with regular automotive clearcoat: lubricate the surface with soapy water and then gently rub the surface…

How Do I Maintain XPEL ULTIMATE PLUS?

No special maintenance is required for XPEL ULTIMATE PLUS. However, with anything in life, the better it is cared for, the longer it will look it’s best. The film will…

Can XPEL Film Be Applied To Chrome?

All Xpel films can be installed on Chrome. The chrome may have a slightly glossier finish than without the film installed so if you are unsure about the final look,…

Will XPEL ULTIMATE PLUS Yellow Over Time?

XPEL ULTIMATE PLUS is warrantied for 10 years against a range of issues including yellowing. More information about the warranty can be located at: www.xpel.com/warranty-information

Can I use An Automatic Car Wash?

It is safe to use the automatic car wash, but it is recommended to wait at least 24 hours after installation to ensure it is completely dry.
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