I visited a high end auto detailing shop (6-7 figure cars) yesterday and saw a couple of cars that had had PPF applied. Protective Paint Film is an 8 mil. clear polyurethane that is invisible when installed, never yellows or cracks, and requires no maintenance. The effect is stunning.
It occurred to me that this might be a great way to seal the top coat on my ‘90 Excella. I’ve been applying an acrylic polymer (Liquid Glass) twice a year for seven years now and so far it’s done a great job. But the PPF would provide a permanent solution.
Then I thought that if the entire trailer was wrapped with PPF that that would eliminate the body leaking once and for all.
Probably expensive though - my trailer is not a 6-7 figure trailer.
Anyone familiar with PPF?