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  1. Consumers frequently inquire whether paint protection film may be applied over vinyl. Unquestionably, yes. The order in which the films are applied is the main source of disagreement; you can choose to apply paint protection film first, then vinyl film, or the opposite. PPF is an almost transparent, self-healing urethane film that is primarily used to protect your car's paint from dings and rock chips. PVC makes up the vinyl wrap, a thin, flexible material. There are many different hues, textures, and finishes to choose from. Any pattern can be printed on vinyl to create a vehicle wrap, which mostly serves as decoration or advertising. PPF is still the best solution for protecting the automobile from outside damage, however Vinyl Wrap can achieve the same goal. Despite being thinner, it still serves as a thin barrier and covers the paint of your car. Vinyl coverings won't shield the paint from significant dings or scratches, of course, but they will protect it from minor rock chips, bird droppings, and UV ray damage. Simply put, PPF is the best option if you want all-encompassing protection. Whether driving on or off-road, it is perfect. However, if you primarily drive in cities, vinyl covers may also provide some protection. The greatest solution if you want to change the appearance of your vehicle and slightly protect it while driving in the city is a vinyl wrap. In addition, you may increase your security while saving a few extra thousand dollars. PPF is the ideal choice if you have the resources and demand for total defence against virtually anything the road may throw at you. Applying PPF as soon as you get your car from the dealer is crucial. You can ensure that your paint keeps its ideal original quality for many years by doing this! To get best PPF service contact Prime Car Care.
  2. Cleaning your car every day but still not obtaining that glossy shine? Do you enjoy riding in, appreciating, or looking at cars? Are you really sensitive when it comes to your car? Here are some essential actions you need to take: The temperature in the summertime might rise as high as 50 degrees Celsius. Not to mention, vehicles operate at considerably higher temperatures. The paint and other exposed portions of your car may suffer as a result of the heat. Therefore, try to keep your car covered whenever feasible. Additionally, think about parking it in a lovely cool area with shade.
  3. When it comes to car wrapping in Kolkata, Prime Car Care offers one of the best car wrap services in Kolkata. We have a series of vehicle vinyl wrap, customizable vehicle wrapping and so much more at our studio in Salt Lake, Sector V in Kolkata.
  4. Prime Car Care provides the best car detailing services & car detailing and polishing in Kolkata, without a doubt. We are the only authorised CarPro detailer in Eastern India. We are also the authorised Fitment centre for Llumar Paint Protection Films & Window Films! Visit our studio in Salt Lake, Sector V!
  5. Three simple steps on how to get paint scuff off a car. Getting paint scuffs off your vehicle can seem like a daunting task if you don’t know how to get paint scuff off the car do it, but in reality, it’s pretty simple and only requires three steps and 3 ingredients that you probably already have around the house.
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