Avery Dennison has released a new paint protection film that offers self-healing performance. SPF-XI Supreme Protection Film maintains a vehicle’s appearance while helping to retain resale value by shielding paint from unsightly damage.
The clear polyurethane film protects paint from stone chips, road debris, insect stains, weathering and minor abrasions without degrading a vehicle’s finish. A self-healing top coat that absorbs impact from scratches and debris returns the film to its original state.
“Preserving a vehicle’s aesthetic and value is one of the most important advantages offered by wraps, so we have innovated an easy-to-install paint protection film that defends against all kinds of wear and tear, while letting the car shine,” said Jeff Losch, marketing director, Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions.
SPF-XI also offers UV, temperature, humidity, salt spray, corrosion and acidic resistance, along with defense against bug splatters, bird droppings and acid rain. Recommended applications include full-body or high-impact area wraps on cars, trucks, buses and mass transit, motorcycles and RVs. Details on the protection can be found on the Product Data Sheet.