The ongoing technological progress brings innovations to all spheres of our life including car care. Vehicle owners can now choose from a variety of exterior detailing products and services, such as liquid coatings, wraps, and paint protection films. Once a military technology, PPF is now becoming car owners’ first choice for a reason: paint protection films normally demonstrate good resistance to physical impacts that can threaten the integrity of car paint. Now, imagine what would be a PPF enhanced with the help of nanotech? This vision is today a reality with the Kavaca PPF, the latest achievement of Nanoshine Group Corp that might be known to you as the creator of world-leading nanoceramic coating Ceramic Pro.
We can all agree that the classy look of a brand-new car is an impression beyond the competition.
Yet, the factory clear coat of a car is relatively soft, and even a small scratch or a fracture can lead to further paint cracking and corrosion. Also, constant exposure to sunlight, elements, and strong chemicals cause the color to fade, so the vehicle loses that sleek, showroom appearance.
Kavaca PPF is a combined solution to these issues. Not only it saves a car from mechanical damage and road threats such as chips, scratches, scuffs, and swirl marks left by flying debris, but it does provide a matchless aesthetic look and liquid-repelling effect, meaning a Kavaca-wrapped car will stay impeccably clean and glossy for a long time. “Kavaca” is a Sanskrit word meaning “armor” and considering this PPF’s protective properties the brand name is no coincidence.
How does Kavaca PPF work? In simple words, it is a buffer between your car and the outside world and all road incidents it can bring: Kavaca takes all the hit that would normally spoil an unprotected paint job of a vehicle. Our PPF is manufactured from the best quality raw materials in a cutting-edge manufacturing facility. “Kavaca” a product line of aliphatic polyurethane films that come in various appearances and with different properties, yet with a common trait: high resilience and long durability. The material that constitutes Kavaca PPF is flexible meaning it can return its shape after a minor damage, such as scratches, with and even without applying heat! Material’ structure accounts for the elasticity of Kavaca making it easier to install: it’s easy to position the film on the surface and stick it at anchor points which enable wrapping vehicle’s sophisticated shapes without stretch marks. The special adhesive layer is reported to fill in and cover up minor imperfections like swirls meaning PPF is an option both for brand-new and used cars! Nevertheless, thorough surface preparation before the PPF-installation is crucial as it affects the longevity of any PPF. Kavaca is a product line that is only available for authorized and certified installers, meaning your car will be wrapped by top-professionals in a modern detailing center.
Though being around for decades, the whole “paint protection film” concept is surrounded by myths that are worth being busted.
1) “PPF-installation is very expensive.” In reality, the installation of Kavaca is an investment that will save you a lot of money in prospect. Repainting and polishing damaged car paint costs time and money, however, the result will never be perfect due to difficulty to match the color on repaired patches. Full-body wrapping is indeed a more reasonable option for brand-new and exotic cars, yet any car owner can afford PPF-protection on high impact details of the vehicle, those risky zones where most damage occurs: bumper, fender, headlights, front mirrors. Special software allows the professional pre-cut film for each particular detail, so no material is wasted which, in turn, means lower cost of service.
2) “PPF is not effective”. Let’s better put it like this: no PPF is bulletproof. Law of physics and Murphy’s laws imply, that there always will be a stone, quick, sharp, and heavy enough to hit your car. But will it be hitting your paint job or the film? Kavaca’s efficiency in protecting exposed areas from rock chips, scuffs, and scratches is not only confirmed by real customers, but it’s also validated by laboratory testing and 50/50 demo and before & after that we conduct in real-life conditions, from parking lots to cross-country racing.
3) “PPF turns yellow, peels off and bristles.” These three common complaints are closely related to poor film quality and inadequate training of installers, which are neither the case with the Kavaca PPF nor with our partners. PPF yellowing can be caused by various factors: UV-exposure, industrial fallout, acid rains, water spots, dirt, pollen, etc. Infused with the nanoceramic technologies, Kavaca PPF demonstrates the prominent superhydrophobic effect meaning all liquids and contaminants cannot stick to the surface and react with the film. Transparent Kavaca version possesses a “non-yellowing” certification that proves our film is extremely durable and that it truly preserves your vehicle in a perfect condition for long.
Every Kavaca-wrapped car undergoes a check for existing air bubbles or loosely attached edges before being delivered to the client. Professionalism and high quality of our product line allow our partners to give exclusive long-term warranties.
The best part to be saved for last: Kavaca is an effective stand-alone protective solution yet even more outstanding in conjunction with the Ceramic Pro coatings! The perk of being creations of the same manufacturer is that Ceramic Pro liquid nanoceramics can either act as a basis for Kavaca PPF installation or as a topcoat. This compatibility allows both products to showcase the maximized benefits of modern technologies on the service of the automotive industry, surpassing any other brand present on the market. “Kavaca” is a new word in the world of car surface protection, and we stand by our words!