Application kit

We supply an application kit FREE with every PPF Kit purchase. If you would like to try one or order another, click below:

Buy now
  • Concentrated PPF Tack 1:5

  • Squeegee

  • Microfiber Towels

  • 2 Spray Bottles

  • Clay Bar

  • Concentrated PPF Slip 5ml

1 of 6

Video tutorials

Preparing SLIP & TACK


Laying the panel

  • Wash

    Give the car a thorough wash. Remove all dirt and debris, paying extra attention to the areas you’ll be applying the film to. 

  • Clay Bar Treatment

    Start with the first panel. Wet it with some slip solution and rub your clay bar over the panel to remove contaminants.  

  • Dry Off

    Wipe off that excess water with a microfibre cloth or squeegee.

  • Isopropyl Alcohol

    Wipe down with Isopropyl alcohol to remove all extra contaminants.

  • Slip

    Moisten the panel with slip solution. Then spray the exterior of the PPF film with the same solution. Peel the film from its backing and continue spraying the slip solution on its reverse side. Place the PPF onto the panel.

  • Align

    Pick some key features on the car to align your film with, such as badges or corners. Lift the film and apply a generous amount of tack on the area. Realign the film and squeegee out that moisture for a strong tack. Once tacked, don’t squeegee slip solution onto this area.

  • Stretch

    To fit the curves of the car, the film must be stretched. Choose an opposing corner to tack and stretch the film, aligning with the edge of the panel. Tack it down.

  • Squeegee

    Squeegee out the solution from beneath the film using firm strokes. Ensure all moisture is removed to prevent silvering.

  • Edges

    Once all of the slip solution is squeegeed out, you can address the edges. Use firm squeegee strokes to wrap round the edges, using tack solution if it doesn’t immediately stick. Use a heat gun on a low setting to secure the edges if needed.

  • Inspect

    Inspect your panel thoroughly for any trapped debris. If you find anything, remove immediately by peeling back the film and use slip solution to release. Finally, reapply the film and squeegee for a flawless finish.

  • Take Your Time

    This is a meticulous process that shouldn't be rushed

  • Work in a Clean, Indoor Environment

    To avoid dust and debris getting under the film

  • Use Proper Lighting

    Good lighting helps you see bubbles and imperfections

  • Be Careful with Heat Gun

    Avoid overheating the film or the car’s paint