Paint Protection vs Ceramic Coating
If your primary worry is scratches, chips, or other damage, paint protection film is the better option.
Paint Protection Film
A paint protection film is a transparent, lightweight urethane film that may be applied to your car's body to safeguard the paint job from scuffs, scratches, chips, and chemical harm.
Protects your vehicle from chemical damage caused by bird droppings, mineral deposits, and insects
Designed for high impact resistance, so it can take on bushes, branches, rocks, and road debris
A barrier to keep your paint job looking great.
Applying PPF on a Tesla
Buffing a Tesla with Ceramic Coating
Another option for protecting your automobile's exterior is ceramic coating, which is however different from paint protection film. It's a liquid polymer that you apply to your car by hand and forms a chemical connection with the vehicle's paint job, giving it extra protection as well as a brilliant shine.
What Is the Difference Between PPF and Ceramic Coating??
Both paint protection film and ceramic coatings have one thing in common: they are both meant to protect the coating beneath them.
Many people are choosing to get both paint protection film and ceramic coating for their car because they offer complementary benefits. Paint protection film is great for preventing scratches, chips, and other types of physical damage, while ceramic coating adds an extra layer of protection against UV rays, chemicals, bird droppings, tree sap, and more.
So, which one is right for you?
Getting complete PPF coverage for your vehicle can help your Tesla look its best for years. At the same time, it also endows your vehicle with the ability to combat the elements and protect your paint finish from chipping from small rocks or small debris on the road.