The lifespan of paint protection film depends on a number of variables, including maintenance methods, driving conditions, and how much the vehicle is being used.
The average paint protection film has a lifespan of five to seven years, although the highest quality films have the potential to last up to ten years.
We recommend waiting approximately three to seven days before washing following film application. Avoid getting too close to any edges while using a pressure washer; a distance of around 2 to 3 feet is sufficient and will prevent lifting. Pressure washing will prevent insect spatter and tree sap from adhering to the surface. Waxing the film once a month or after every wash with a wet spray-on wax can also assist. Avoid harsh chemicals and use only pH-neutral products.
Yes, paint protection film may be put on headlights and fog lights, and it is an excellent technique to safeguard these susceptible areas from stone chips.