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HOHOFILM PPF Car Paint Protection Film Self Healing Automotive Vinyl Wrap Clear Gloss Vinyl Sheet Self-Adhesive,60" x20ft Roll

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Size: 60"x20ft


  • Features - Self-healing micro marks,scratchable,tear film without residue.
  • After sticked the film - Can avoid the general slight scratches.Effectively protect the paint from scratches.
  • After sticked the film - Protect the car body from fading due to sunlight radiation,not yellowing.
  • After sticked the film -Improve brightness of the car body paint,good hydrophobicity and easy to wash.

Manufacturer: ‎HOHO


Item Weight: ‎6.84 pounds

Package Dimensions: ‎60.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Manufacturer Part Number: ‎TPH-152cm600cm

Date First Available: December 21, 2018

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  • It seems to back up its claims with some exceptions
Size: 60"x20ft
Complete noob to ppf but have been wanting to try some ever since I found out about it. I'm much too cheap to pay a professional thousands for a ppf wrap and decided to try myself. I got almost enough to cover my whole car for about the same price as a small roll of the other brands so here's what I found: Application: this material is soft and fairly thin, (more on that later) but that does make it fairly easy to manipulate. Wash the car twice, wet the surrounding area down and install indoors in a closed garage with washed hands and lint free clothes if you can. Dust and dirt likes to stick to the film and it becomes statically charged when you remove the backing so it is like a magnet. Buy a good pressure spray bottle so you can keep a lot of slip solution on hand and apply one handed quickly to everything (car, material , your hands) constantly, like every 30 seconds. The adhesive still sticks like crazy though, to the point where if it touches itself it will stick, no matter how much slip solution you use. On the plus side, I was able to separate the stuck material without any visible damage so it is forgiving in that way. Wet application is the only way to go with this material and it will take a sharp knife to cut and some squeegees to get it down and the bubbles out. On the bright side it does smooth easily and no problem with sticking to the panel. The negatives are that I haven't quite figured out compound curves with this material. Some heat helps to stretch it, but that seems to create fingers elsewhere, an assistant might help with stretching in 2 directions, doing it myself was difficult to heat and stretch at the same time. I did get it to conform acceptably but not perfectly. Not sure if it is the material or me. If you have a problem spot like a door handle or body line some gentle heat will help it stretch and stick once you displace the slip solution underneath. Too much heat will damage the material so keep the heat very low and even and just take your time with the material. There will be some small water pockets and air bubbles after installation. I can't imagine it is avoidable with this material, because it sticks so well that if your squeegee glides over a spot or in body lines there will be a residual water pocket that may turn to air bubbles. On the bright side after 2 or 3 warm days most smaller pockets will disappear and after a month of good weather most will be gone. If you have a really bad air or water pocket you can apply some pressure to enlarge the bubble and use a small needle to barely puncture the bubble and force most air and water out. After a few more days in warm temperatures it should be completely gone. I don't think this is good stuff to apply in the wintertime because I wouldn't want the trapped water to freeze before it evaporates and potentially damages the paint or film. Hydrophobics/maintenance: The water repellent properties are very impressive, (see photo) I'd say equivalent to a good coat of fresh wax. I did try using spray detailer on it to see if it left residue, it didn't seem to, but it might be a good idea to try a small spot to see first before applying to the entire film. From what I've read the film will need some upkeep with washing and detailing so it isn't a complete solution but helps reduce odds of casual damage. It will need removal and replacement in a few years though so that is a downside so hopefully there will be no issues when it comes time for removal. Protection -this is the primary reason I bought and installed. I did find some damage to the film and paint on one of the doors, most likely a stone chip (see photo) so that was disappointing. The film is tough and stretchy though so it must have been a very sharp rock or hit at just the right angle or speed. For casual protection against scratches and swirl marks it should be just fine. It does leave an orange peel finish on the vehicle, so it isn't perfectly flat but otherwise it is invisible to the casual onlooker. Altogether I am happy with it and think it is a worthwhile investment to help protect your car from everyday hazards. Will it stop a large rock or a door ding? No. It might save you from a small chip or scratch from an errant belt buckle or metal button, and definitely eliminate paint damage when washing off dirt and debris as part of regular car care. I wouldn't take this through an automatic car wash because high pressure spray will probably dislodge the seams unless you are able to get them to adhere perfectly, and even then I have read stories online of professionally installed ppf failing in car washes. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 30, 2022 by John John

  • Protective quality of the film is top notch
Definitely the least expensive of all films I have used. Delivered in a protected package, no damage. Strong film, thick and clear. Protects well. Main issue is lack of air release and glue lines. Essentially you cannot place film in one go, have to place it more like how you would use a wrap. Adhesion is good rather too strong, cannot squeege too hard as glue lines and large bubbles show up. Overall ok product considering the price point, just need to apply differently than other brands as it is less forgiving. Once applied works great, no difference in appearance and function. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on May 16, 2022 by muhammad Yahya Jan

  • Decent product, Great price
Size: 60"x20ft
Good product and not too bad to work with if you're handy. Best bet is to watch a few youtube videos to get an idea and work on an easy panel first (Flat panel like a fender). Tested a sample of the film on old piece of metal I had lying around. scratched it up with a key and the film took all of the damage, but it would probably need to be replaced after the keying. The 3M or Xpel products are a bit more durable. Otherwise it should protect you from most types of damages. Only complaint I have is there were some imperfections in the film. Looks like hard wrinkles that cant be smoothed out. I had to be careful and not use those sections of film. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on April 20, 2022 by Raudi

  • Worth money, questionable durability
Size: 60"x49ft roll
Quite forgiving material, if you know how to stretch it. I applied this to my 2016 mustng gt to protect paint, and it looks like there is no film at all. Of course because its a black color so it's hard to tell the color, but this adds depth to the paint, giving deeper rich look. Also the film hides a ton of clearcoat rockchips because of adhesive seeping into each crevas. Only question would be how long will it last. I asked about anti yellowing, but they did not reply ti my question. I will be using wrap sealant from viviyd, hopefully it lasts. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 4, 2020 by Jun Young Park Jun Young Park

  • Amazing quality, even more amazing price!!
Size: 60"x20ft
I own a business in Utah that specializes in vehicle wraps and ppf. I have only been buying the highest quality ppf to install on my customers vehicles. I've worked with ppf for years and know what subpar film looks and feels like. This film surprised me because it feels and looks identical to the high quality film I've been buying but at a fraction of the price. I installed it on this Audi S7 and it turned out beautiful! I'm not sure how they did it but this film for the price is the deal of the century!!! I hope they keep it in stock indefinitely! I will be buying much much more! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on May 24, 2021 by Milhamman79 Milhamman79

  • Not the best PPF available.
Size: 60"x9.8ft
Wrapping auto.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on July 1, 2022 by Greg Henak

  • Great value and protection
Size: 60"x33ft
Watched a bunch of videos and experimented with the PPF on small sections, and it turned out good. I didn't do a totally perfect job... A few small wrinkles and a specks of dirt, but that's my amateur technique. Overall, it's awesome, and I saved a ton doing it myself. It also comes off cleanly with a heat gun, so you can redo it if needed. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 21, 2022 by アールマン アールマン

  • Good product but need installation tips/tutorial
Size: 60"x20ft
Good product but need installation tips and tutorial, it's not easy to install the vinyl on car, especially in the corner with curved surface
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 3, 2022 by Bo Ho

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