Paint Protection Film aka Clear Bra invisibly protects your new car’s finish
from chips caused by common road debris.



Paint Protection film, also known as clear bra or PPF, is optically a clear film originally designed to protect the leading edges of military helicopter blades from debris during take off and landing in remote areas.  We use XPEL Ultimate Plus for wrapping our vehicles – formulated for automotive use, the XPEL film is highly effective in protecting vehicle finishes from common road debris such as gravel, sand, salt, and small stones that can significantly cause unsightly damage over time. 

Unlike conventional black vinyl bra’s, XPEL Ultimate Plus film is virtually invisible and does not alter the look of your vehicle. The film is normally applied to the most damage prone areas of the car such as the front bumper, hood, fenders, side-mirrors, and headlights. Once applied it requires not much more care than the regular washing and waxing of the car.  Our films come with a minimum 5 year warranty.

Ultimate Plus Spec Sheet



When exposed to heat, the enhanced clear coat properties eliminate fine scratches and swirl marks over time.

Stain Resistance

Road grime, bird droppings, bug guts, and air pollution will never leave the film stained or yellow, unlike lower quality alternatives.


Built to last. XPEL ULTIMATE PLUS is backed by our comprehensive 10 year warranty, ensuring your vehicle looks its best for years to come.

Mirror Smooth Finish

Protection should be indistinguishable from factory paint.

Design Access Program (DAP)

Optimized for precision, XPEL ULTIMATE PLUS is specifically formulated to function with the Design Access Program, our comprehensive pattern repository.


XPEL ULTIMATE PLUS features superior impact protection for whatever stands between you and the open road.



Finally, A Paint Protection Film Specifically Formulated For Preserving A Flat Factory Finish. As smooth as satin. Whether your vehicle is matte, magno, frozen or frosted, self-healing XPEL STEALTH will keep it looking effortlessly pristine. Or, protect your gloss paint with a whole new look!

Stealth Spec Sheet



When exposed to heat, the enhanced clear coat properties eliminate fine scratches and swirl marks over time.

Sleek Satin Finish

By matching the appearance of factory flat paint, XPEL STEALTH virtually disappears once installed. With a finish that’s uniformly smooth, you won’t see where protection starts or stops from one panel to the next.

Easy Maintenance

Flat finishes are notoriously difficult to maintain and even harder to repair. XPEL STEALTH enables you to easily wash and dry your car without damaging its sheen.

Warranty & Durability

XPEL STEALTH features the same superior impact protection as ULTIMATE PLUS back by our industry-leading 10 year warranty.

Custom Applications

Utilize XPEL STEALTH to accentuate gloss aero or carbon fiber, and protect factory flares, splitters, and trim pieces.

Design Access Program (DAP)

Developed in-house, our DAP (Design Access Program) is the world’s largest & most comprehensive pattern repository. In the hands of an XPEL Certified Installer, the 80,000+ patterns offered by the DAP provide the confidence they need to apply film efficiently, accurately and without concern.



Why do some installers charge more than others? 

Properly applied paint protection film is virtually invisible in appearance. Installation requires skill and experience to reduce or eliminate installation errors such as lift lines, dry spots, stretch mark, and bubbles which would make the film unsightly and more visible. Also, only an experienced installer can ensure smooth lines and reduce the need for relief cuts. Installers just starting out may use a low price to gain customers so you get what you pay for.

Will the film damage my paint? 

Our film manufacturers guarantee no damage to original manufacturers paint during normal installation and removal. If your car has required paintwork due to an accident, the guarantee must come from the shop who performed the painting. Also, there are no UV inhibitors in the film. Covered areas of your vehicle will fade the same as uncovered areas so no difference will be seen if the film should be removed for some reason. 

What areas should I cover? 

Areas most prone to damage include the front portion of the hood and fenders, front bumper, side mirrors, and headlights. Other prone areas include the the a-pillars, rocker panels, rear bumper loading area, front portion of the roof, under the door handles, and door edges.

When should I have clear bra applied to my car? 

Though it can be applied anytime, it is best to apply while your finish is new or relatively undamaged.  Many times, our customers drop off their vehicles straight from the dealership.

Where can you apply the clear bra? 

You can schedule an appointment with us for installation at our shop in San Jose, CA. We can also perform mobile installations at your location as long as you have a clean covered area we can work in with access to water and electricity. We service customers and dealerships throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

What is the difference between pre-made kits and bulk? 

Kits allow for easier installation depending on the shape of the vehicle. Bulk installation may be required for better coverage and it requires an installer to custom cut a sheet of film on the car allowing for a closer fit and wrapped edges where a kit may not have been designed to do so. Bulking requires different skills as damage to the vehicle may occur with less experienced installers.  Elite Auto Films specializes in both types of installations.  We only use the best kits and are frequently required to perform bulk installations for customers with custom vehicles and for those wanting the best installation possible.