Some say there are issues with PPF on headlamps.... I've had mine on for over two years now (Arizona is rock heaven) and it has saved my headlamps a few times. They look perfect...no delam at all.
Yeah, I was thinking that the film would get kind of crappy looking fairly quickly (maybe not so much if it's self-healing)? But I guess replacing film every 10K for example, is better than having to replace the windshield, if the glass gets that bad. A windshield application seems like something that even a novice could do a decent job of. So less costly for the DYIers.... Re windshield film, I'm likely to do that for a first time, but I hear it'll need replaced every 2 years, I'm gonna discuss with detailer.
I didn't, but XPEL San Antonio used Fusion Plus Ceramic coating over their PPF.Did you guys apply the ceramic coating? What did you use?
I have a full front PPF w/ side mirrors...a 'shark fin' in front of the rear wheels and importantly a cover behind the rear wheels... those sticky Michelin's throw lots of pebbles...
It didn't on our BS. During our two years of ownership the front bumper received two nasty stone dings that the Texas heat healed within two to three weeks (YMMV).I know this is fairly common, and I expect I will do that when I get my new Cayman, but I’ve been wondering if ceramic coating interferes with self-healing PPF.