Vehicle body protection was first needed by the military; helicopter blades and other moving parts required a plastic film to protect them from shrapnel. A thinner version of this film was latter applied to sports vehicles.
Because of the complex nature of many vehicle parts it is often not possible to apply a protective film. Instead, many cars benefit from a liquid protection being applied to their non-flat surfaces.
Glass Coating Paint Protection
Modern cars often have a protective coating applied at the factory when they are first painted. This clear coating does provide a certain amount of protection, but more advanced options are now available. iCrystal is one such advanced option, an extremely hard coating that protects against many types of damage. Where other coatings, such as glass fibre resin, are not fully hardening iCrystal hardens to a very slick and clear finish. Non-hardening coats can prevent most staining and provide good UV light protection, but they have some limitations. Hardened coats of iCrystal not only resist higher temperatures that also resist wear and tear, meaning the last a much longer time.
Cheapest Paint Protection in Australia
Surprisingly the protective coating iCrystal is reasonably inexpensive. The product for coating a whole car is well under $200.oo. Paint protection DIY is a good option with iCrystal.