Protect Your Paint with Paint Protection Film

In a world of rocks, road debris, bird droppings, bug splatter, UV rays, acid rain, and a host of other environmental contaminants, what’s a new car owner to do? The road fights against the look and quality of your car’s paint. How can you and your car fight back?

The most comprehensive form of automotive paint protection is Paint Protection Film (also known as Clear Bra). Paint Protection Film is a urethane covering that is wrapped around a car’s exterior to provide a line of defense against environmental hazards. A quality film will prevent rock chips, resist chemical stains and etching, guard against oxidation, and even self-heal from small scratches and disfigurements.

If you are looking for a way to keep your car looking better for longer, Paint Protection Film may be the end of your search.

And here at FTA Styling, we are the premiere Paint Protection Film destination in Salem, OR.

Learn more about the history and technology behind Paint Protection Film, or schedule an appointment today.

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  • Guards against chips and scratches caused by rocks and road debris.

  • Stops chemical stains and etching caused by bird droppings and bug splatter.

  • Prevents acid rain and mineral deposits from damaging factory paint.

  • Blocks harmful UV rays to preserve the clarity of your paint.

  • Invisible finish, enabling clear and glossy paint.

  • Individually computer cut for your specific year, make, and model.

  • Retains vehicle resale value, and cheaper than having to repaint.

  • Installed by expert technicians for a quality, seamless finish.

  • Keeps your vehicle looking like-new for years to come.



Paint Protection Film is the most comprehensive form of defense you can establish between your car and all that can damage your car’s appearance. You can choose to wrap highly vulnerable areas, like the hood, front bumper, rocker panels, or rear wheel arch. Or wrap the entire vehicle for maximum protection.

In the images below, red indicates the covered areas.


Partial Front Protection


Full Front Protection


Optional High-Wear Areas


Full Vehicle Protection