Use Plotter to Cut Paint Protection Film

As a graphic designer and automatic sticker maker, working with vinyl is fun and makes many projects easier because of the use of plotter. The plotter can cut any vinyl material so that it can be used to striping pins, decaling, or even cleaning the paint protective film.

This also saves money because it is more cost-effective to buy a roll of film than to buy a kit that came before for certain types of vehicles. Because these rolls have many different widths, they can be used on any part of the vehicle and can be cut specifically to fit the right shape to ensure ease of application.

Most people who want to protect their paint job want to installation a paint protection film and maybe some protection for the rear of the vehicle. With a plotter, the film can be cut for each part of the car to be easily installed. For people who want to protect the entire vehicle, it is also possible when you use your plotter to cut the paint protective film to fit.

Audi Q7 full hood getting protected with Suntek Ultra paint protection film / clear bra

You should tell your client that there is a definite bonus for using clear vinyl over other types of paint protection such as leather bras and vinyl that are connected to vehicles with ropes. Clear vinyl is applied directly to the body of the vehicle without using a rope so there is no way to injure the paint job.

It lasts more than five years and is easy to remove such as installing and not injuring the paint when the protection is removed after five years. Then it can be replaced with a clear new paint protection film and that means the business is returned for your company.

Every sign shop or automatic depletion location needs to have several rolls of paint protective film to use on vehicles that want an alternative to leather or vinyl bras. Can be cut to fit using your plotter and is easy to install and remove without damaging the paint or vehicle in any way.

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