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Paint Protectant Film

Assurance In Every Mile

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You are about to purchase a new vehicle, and you want it to keep its intact appearance. You want it to maintain its value in all fashions. In order for that to happen, your car will need to have some sort of protection. It will need something guarding it from all the hazards that exist on the road.  Well, you are in the right place. Paint Protectant Film, also known as Clear Bra, is the only source of protection to protect your vehicle from Road Debris Impacts. 

The ultimate reason for getting paint protect film, is to keep your car looking better for longer. Now you will no longer have to worry about rock chips, road debris, or scratches from things like twigs and branches.

The Technology Behind PPF

Whenever you're installing something new on your vehicle, you're going to want to know where the product came from and what exactly it is. There are multiple layers to PPF but the main portion of PPF is urethane, a very versatile and powerful polymer. It is lightweight and transparent, like plastic, but unlike plastic it is not brittle or susceptible to tears and cracks. It has a high resistance to impact, abrasion, and corrosion. It is also incredibly flexible, and can return to its natural shape after being stretched or disfigured. Clear Bra film is around 8 mils or 0.008 inches thick. Clear Bra is virtually invisible and is the absolute best combatant to hazards on the road. 

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How CARisma Combats PPF Liabilities


Yellowing of the Paint Protection Film/Clear Bra was one of the early complaints customer’s experienced when PPF/Clear Bras first started being applied to vehicles, especially white paint. This yellowing effect was due to UV exposure oxidizing the adhesive which was used to hold the film to the body of the vehicle. Once this issue was identified, the resolution of this discoloring issue came about when companies began using acrylic adhesives which are most prevalent in PPF/Clear Bras today. The newly developed acrylic adhesive is UV resistant, therefore does not cause oxidization or discoloring.


Blistering” is a term used when small air bubbles are found underneath the PPF/Clear Bra, caused by the quality of the application. An air bubble usually occurs due to a contaminant being trapped under the film, creating a separation between the body of the vehicle and the PPF/Clear Bra. With time, this could cause bubbles to grow under the film. It is essential to pay extremely close attention to detail during the application process. The vehicle’s surface must be properly washed, clayed and polished prior to the application of the PPF/Clear Bra. Additionally, it is just as important to have a controlled environment where contaminants are not potentially getting trapped underneath the film during application. When a quality film is applied properly by an experienced technician, the risk of blistering is minimal.


Peeling occurs when the edges of a film start to peel away from the body of the vehicle. This could be a result of a less quality film or application by an unexperienced technician. However, most of the time, the peeling peeling occurs as a result of improper care. If using a pressure washer to clean a vehicle with PPF/Clear Bra, it is essential to keep the pressure 12 inches away from the film, especially along any exposed edges. Not doing so could result in the pressure of the water hitting and lifting the edge of the film, which in return leads to peeling.

Clear Bra Packages

Full Front Coverage


PPF is installed on the Front Bumper, Headlights, Fog Lights, Full Hood, Full Fenders, Side Mirrors, and Door Cups.

Track Package


PPF is installed on the Front Bumper, Headlights, Fog Lights, Full Hood, Full Fenders, A Pillar, Roof Strip, Lower Door Strip, Rocker Panels, Rear Fender Impact Area, Side Mirrors, and Door Cups.

Full Body Package


PPF is installed on every on the vehicles painted surfaces and exterior lighting surfaces. This is the ultimate level of protection for any vehicle owner.

PPF is installed on the Front Bumper, Headlights, Fog Lights, Full Hood, Full Fenders, Side Mirrors, and Door Cups.