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Paint protection film (PPF) is a thermoplastic urethane material, often, self healing film applied to painted surfaces of a new or used car in order to protect the paint from stone chips, bug splatters, and minor abrasions.

Here at Amigo Wraps we have a variety of packages for PPF. Whether you are wanting to protect select areas of your vehicle, protect your whole vehicle, protect a wrap you've had done or even protect a motorcycle, we can assure you we can meet your needs and expectations and help maintain the look of your investment.

PAINT PROTECTION FILM - PPF

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COLOUR CHANGE wrapping

HEADLIGHT

TINTING

WAX IS DEAD

CERAMIC COATING

ALLOY WHEEL POWDER COATING

FLEET WRAPPING & BRANDING

DOMESTIC

APPLICATIONS

Quickly transform your vehicle with a colour change wrap. Often a vinyl wrap is a cheaper alternative to painting a vehicle, and is also fully removable. We use only the highest quality vinyl from approved suppliers.

Tint any of your vehicle lighting with one of our special films for a completely unique look. All the tint films and materials we use are completely legal.

We are WAX IS DEAD Ceramic Coating authorised installers. This involves applying a Ceramic Coating using the latest nano-technology that forms a 9H hardness barrier between the substrate and the outside elements.

Alloy wheel powder coating is a decorative finish for alloy wheels. It's a more hard wearing finish than painting. A comprehensive method of changing the look of an alloy.

Fleet wrapping and branding is the perfect way to enhance the visual presence and marketing of a business. We can brand and wrap fleets of commercial vehicles to take your corporate image to the next level.

Give your kitchen a new lease of life, without having to rip it out and replace it with expensive new units. We can vinyl wrap your units to give them a new high-end look without the price tag.

DE-CHROMING

The chrome trim on bumpers, door trims and window surrounds looks great to some, but other car owners prefer the more ‘stealth’ look of a matt or gloss black finish.