Holden Equinox – Affordable Paint Protection Film installed by WINGUARD

WINGUARD wrapped the full front bumper and full hood plus several vulnerable areas in XPEL Ultimate Plus PPF.

This Holden Equinox cruised in to be wrapped in XPEL Ultimate Plus Paint Protection Film (PPF) at WINGUARD. Our PPF is the strongest ‘self healing’ urethane plastic wrap available. It is designed for potentially damageable regions of your car – front bumpers, hoods, headlights, wing mirrors, rocker panels, diffusers etc.

XPEL PFF has unrivaled clarity and features, can you see the film?

Any ‘leading edge’ surface facing directly toward the front/bottom of your car can be protected from scratching and stone chips.

Wing mirrors wrapped and protected in XPEL Ultimate Plus PPF

Everyday areas like door handle recess’ and the top of the rear bumpers can also be wrapped and saved from expensive resprays. It’s also pre-cut which ensures no blade damage on your car. Backed by a 10 year warranty for your peace of mind.

Door handle recess’ can be saved by unsightly scratching and damage.

One of the most common and annoying scratches that mostly every car will pick up are in the door handles. From the moment you take delivery they accumulate damage caused by keys, fingernails and rings. This can make your car looked aged and neglected. WINGUARD can help you avoid costly repairs by preventing the scratches by using Paint Protection Film designed with a ‘self-healing’ top layer. These are the cheapest pieces available and are accessible to everyone’s budget

The A,B and C Pillars were wrapped as these glossy black panels are instantly prone to abrasion. This is because these panels are much softer than the paintwork. PPF is the only product that will maintain the full integrity of these panels. In 10 years time, they will still look finished and not incur micro-abrasion.

Finally, all door edges were wrapped. This is a common request from client’s who have narrow driveways and/or children who fling doors open in small spaces.

WINGUARD XPEL Ultimate PPF in action. This bumper scarped a cement bollard, what was left underneath? Watch and see…