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Most modern cars come with car bodywork protection films applied to the vehicle's surfaces. Although it is almost invisible, it will eventually start to peel off. Your car will look dirty and old. If this happens to your beloved car, it is time to hire professionals to remove the car's paint protection film and get it fixed. It protects your vehicle's paint and makes it look brand new every time. Over time, however, paint protection film can deteriorate and become brittle. Professional 3M installers should replace it in such cases.

It is also known as the "clear bra", and it protects your car's paint job. It can become brittle over time and ruin your car's appearance. It is possible to remove it but it might not be as easy as you think.

It is possible to remove car protection film. Follow these steps or hire an experienced paint protection film installer near you.

What you'll need

The following materials are required if you want to remove the car protection layer yourself:

Before you begin the removal process, be sure to inspect the car's bodywork protection film. You can remove the film if there are only a few problem areas. Professional auto technicians can also be hired to assist you with the restoration. This will save you both time and money compared to installing a new film.

If the film is too damaged to be repaired, it would be necessary to get rid of the entire film. You will need to use the materials mentioned above.

Steps

These are the steps to take in order to remove the protective film from your car's paint.

Do not just peel off the film like you would a book page. Instead, locate the part of the protective film that separates most from the car. From there, you can begin the peeling process. If you are unable to locate the most visible area of peeling, you can check the edges to see if there is film separation. To keep the film warm and make it easier to remove, park your car outside.

You can scrape the film with a razor or plastic scraper. If the film is not peeling easily, you may not need to use the blow dryer or heat gun. If the film is separating in pieces, however, you might need to use the blow dryer or heat gun to remove it more easily.

Use a heat gun, blow dryer or heat gun to hold the area until it is completely peeled off. To avoid burning the film, keep the dryer or heat gun at least 8-12 inches from it. It is also important to exercise caution when heating these tools.

After exposing the film to heat for a few minutes, use the plastic scraper to scrape off the film. The sticker should be easily removed by this point. Continue scraping until the film is completely removed.

After the sticker has been removed, you can remove any adhesive residue with a little bit of special adhesive remover. Use the adhesive remover to rub and wipe each section.

Dry the area with a microfiber towel after removing any adhesive residue. Apply wax to the surface for a shiny finish.

Let professionals handle car film removal

These steps will help you to remove the protective film from your car. If you are able to remove the protective film, congratulations! You can also save money by having the work done at a local auto shop or car window tinting shop.

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