Paint Protection Film (PPF)


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One of our most essential values is to provide our customers with the highest quality products and services on the market, and when it comes to protecting your car, we have the perfect solution.

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What is PPF?

Paint Protection Film (PPF), also known as a clear bra, is a powerful shield for your vehicle, providing armour against scratches, dents, and erosion. Utilizing state-of-the-art self-healing technology, fine scratches will disappear before your eyes. KDX’s LUMI PPF is crystal-clear and gives your vehicle a vibrant and glossy finish while simultaneously protecting your vehicle’s paint from fading. 







Full hood, full fenders, full front, bumper and mirror caps

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Full hood, fenders and bumper, lower front & rear doors, partial A pillars, rear wheel impact areas

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Full vehicle

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*Pricing varies depending on size of vehicle, complexity of application and condition of vehicle 


Dorr cups, mirror caps, door edges, headlights

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KDX LUMI Paint Protection Film

Paint Preservation UV Protection, and Acid Rain Protection

Keep your vehicle’s appearance flawless has never easier! KDX LUMI is a shield against the elements, preventing environmental contamination.

Impact and Scratch Resistant

LUMI HS offers superior impact and scratch resistance for your vehicle. The film’s protective coating effectively prevents small dents, rock chips, and typical exterior wear and tear. With powerful self-healing technology, you’ll watch small scratches vanish before your eyes.

Invisible and Easy to Maintain

PPF is completely invisible on your vehicle. This crystal-clear coating gives your vehicle a glossy shine as if it were brand new.


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Paint protection film (PPF) is a transparent layer of polyurethane material applied to the exterior of a vehicle to shield it from various forms of damage. It serves as a protective barrier against chips, scratches, stains, and other minor abrasions that can occur from road debris, gravel, insects, and environmental elements. Essentially, it acts as an invisible armor for the vehicle’s paint, preserving its appearance and value over time.
Choosing between paint protection film (PPF) and ceramic coating depends on your specific needs and preferences.

PPF provides excellent physical protection against scratches, chips, and other forms of damage due to its thicker, durable material. It offers a higher level of protection against road debris, rock chips, and other environmental hazards. However, it can be more expensive to install compared to ceramic coating.

On the other hand, ceramic coating is a liquid polymer applied to the vehicle’s exterior surfaces, forming a transparent layer that bonds with the paint. It provides protection against UV rays, chemical stains, and minor scratches, while also enhancing the gloss and depth of the paint. Ceramic coating offers ease of maintenance. However, it may not offer the same level of impact protection as PPF.

Ultimately, the choice between PPF and ceramic coating depends on your priorities, budget, and the level of protection you require for your vehicle. Some car owners opt for a combination of both PPF and ceramic coating to achieve comprehensive protection and enhancement of their vehicle’s appearance.

The KDX LUMI Paint Protection Film offers a 10-year warranty against cracking, delamination, and yellow.
The majority of the Paint Protection Film in the market requires you to apply heat onto the film to activate the self-healing process. However, with the KDX LUMI PPF, you do not have to do anything! With our most advanced self-healing technology, fine scratches will disappear right in front of your eyes!
Yes it can, which can enhance it’s overall look! Your older car may require some additional paint correction steps prior to PPF and can be discussed with MDM’s owners Mitch or Brian.
First 30 days

  1. Do not push or touch water spots in the film. Allow 14 days for the film to dry before returning to your Local dealer for a final inspection.
  2. Never touch exposed edges of the film. This can leave air pockets or debris under the film, which will cause damages to the adhesive.
  3. Avoid extreme heat, rain, and car washes for the first 14 days to allow the film to fully cure.

Ongoing maintenance

  1. Avoid using pressure washers, brushes, and car wash stations.
  2. When hand washing, use a microfiber mit or sponge. It is best to take your vehicle back to Mobile Detail Masters where it was installed so that they can advise you on proper care. MDM also has upkeep and maintenance plans that provide convenience and professional care for your PPF.
  3. To maintain the film’s appearance and prevent buildup on the edges, wash the vehicle at least once every two weeks.
  4. Never use a buffer or orbital polisher on paint protection film.
Waxing your car is not required prior to a PPF service. Mobile Detail Masters performs a single stage polish to the areas to be PPF’d. Depending on your vehicles’ condition, MDM may suggest some paint correction steps if necessary.
Plan for us to have your vehicle for 2 to 3 days depending on the type of service you’re choosing (full front vs track package vs full car).
Yes, there is a 10 year manufacturer’s warranty covering both film and installation.
The KDX LUMI Paint Protection Film offers a 10-year warranty against cracking, delamination, and yellow.
One of the many benefits of paint protection film is that it’s clear and virtually invisible to the naked eye.
Paint protection film (PPF) provides excellent protection against many types of auto damage, particularly those caused by road debris, rock chips, insects, and minor scratches. However, it’s essential to recognize that PPF has its limitations, and it may not protect against all forms of auto damage. Here are some considerations:

Physical Damage: PPF is effective at preventing scratches, rock chips, and abrasions caused by flying debris, gravel, and other hazards encountered on the road.

Chemical Damage: PPF offers some resistance to stains and etching caused by bird droppings, insect splatter, tree sap, and road tar.

UV Damage: The KDX LUMI PPF includes UV inhibitors to help protect the vehicle’s paint from fading and oxidation due to sunlight exposure.

Impact Damage: While PPF can absorb some impact energy and protect against minor dings and scratches, it may not provide sufficient protection against more significant impacts, such as collisions or impacts from heavy objects.