How is the film installed?

You will receive everything you need to install your Paint Protection Film (PPF) in your BushWrapz kit! Simply spray soapy water on the panel, align the template and squeegee down!

Can you remove the PPF once its installed?

You sure can! You can easily remove the BushWrapz Film by pouring hot water over the panel. Then lift the film from an edge, and pull the film upwards. 

Can I buy replacement panels?

Yes, you can purchase one off replacement panels by emailing with your name, vehicle model, and panel required. Replacement panels range from $66 to $100. Shipping is an additional cost. 

How does the self healing properties of the film work?

As long as the scratch doesn’t exceed the top layer of the film, run boiling water or a hot hair dryer over the surface scratch and watch it disappear. Alternatively leaving the vehicle in the warm Australian sun will have the same effect.

Will the Paint Protection Film damage my paint?

No, BushWrapz has an impressive adhesive bond that is strong enough to hold to paint for many years but can also be removed. Your paint will be in the same condition as the day the Paint Protection Film (PPF) was applied. We do not recommend you install PPF on your vehicle if you have had any resprays as the paintwork integrity is most likely compromised.

How long does it take to put on?

Install is expected to take approximately 1.5 to 2.5 hours depending on the size of your vehicle. We highly recommend you have second person to assist you peeling off the backing sheet and laying the film. 

What if I have scratches already?

If you already have scratches, you can lay the PPF over the top to hide them. The PPF creates a bridge over the paint lesion and causes light to refract and seemingly “fill” the gaps. 

How do you clean the PPF?

You are able to wash your vehicle as normal even with the film on.  If you opt to use a gurney ensure you apply a strict 1m rule and never hold the gurney to the very edge of the film as you risk catching and lifting the film.

To get the best life span out of the Paint Protection Film, we recommend you regularly use a Detailer Spray to keep the film hydrated. This will help it to stay shiny and improve its stain resistance.