Protective films are available for a wide range of applications and materials. Whether for metals, glass, plastics or painted surfaces - there is a suitable film for every area and application. Which film is used depends on the surface structure of the substrate to be protected and the purpose of the film.
A distinction is made between permanent and temporary protective films. Areas and surfaces that are frequently used or particularly susceptible to damage - such as certain areas of the bodywork of a vehicle - are typical applications for permanent protective films. The films are invisible, UV-resistant and provide long-term protection. Temporary protective films, on the other hand, are mostly used for assembly, storage, transport or even for subsequent processing steps. They reliably protect components and surfaces from damage and soiling and can be removed without leaving any residue.
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