Paint Protection Film

For customers wanting the ultimate protection for their vessel, PPF (Paint protective film) has a number of advantages.
PPF can be applied to any hard smooth interior or exterior surface on your boat. The film can be used to protect your boat's interior in areas prone to scratching and wear such as tables, bench tops, stairs, cupboards and doors.

PPF (Paint protective film) can also be applied to exterior Gelcoat and painted surfaces.
At any point, a PPF can be removed or replaced without damaging the surface underneath.


Keeps the boat looking new and shiny 

A PPF  (Paint protective film) provides a permanent protective layer for any smooth hard surface including gel coats, painted surfaces, interior tables, bench tops, stairs, cupboards and doors. It will protect the surface from fading, spills, nicks and scratches while maintaining a high gloss appearance. 

Makes it easier to clean 

PPF provides a sealed barrier to contaminants. Spills are unable to penetrate into the surface making clean up much easier while preventing any permanent damage. 


Repels environmental damage 

Harmful UV rays can damage your boat’s paint or gel coat. PPF not only protects your paint or gel coat from UV rays, but also from scratches, rust, nicks, burns, etc. 


Provides Scratch and Chemical protection

Chemicals from harsh cleaners and environmental elements lead to discolouration. PPF protects against this damage by acting as a chemical barrier for your boat's exterior.


Invisible protection for your boat 

The best Paint protection will enhance the look of your boat and keep its glossy finish. As long as you avoid harsh cleaners, you can clean your car like you normally would.


Retain the resale value of your vessel 

Even if your boat runs smoothly, poor condition can significantly lower its resale value. Paint protection is important to retain your boat's resale value as it protects your exterior from environmental and superficial damage. When it comes the day to part with your vessel just remove any existing PPF and the surface underneath will be perfectly intact.