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XPEL Announces New Ultimate Plus Paint Protection Film

April 17, 2018

SAN ANTONIO — XPEL today announced the release of XPEL Ultimate Plus, a new addition to its line of paint protection products.

The company’s new proprietary paint protection film’s zero orange peel finish and clear coat properties, which eliminate distortion, makes it virtually invisible. Ultimate Plus also delivers maximum adhesion to painted surfaces, and, according to company officials, won’t leave stains or discoloration if removed.  

“XPEL has raised the bar once again with an unparalleled high-gloss finish and impact protection for maximum durability, making Ultimate Plus the most advanced vehicle paint protection film on the market,” the company stated in its press release. “The product’s most astonishing feature is likely its self-healing capabilities, allowing fine scratches and swirls to virtually disappear with exposure to heat.”

The product offers improved impact resistance and maximum durability, protecting vehicles from abrasions, bird droppings, door dings, scratches and stone chips. Its self-healing properties, zero orange peel finish and Edge Seal Technology also deliver optical clarity when applied to a vehicle.

Ultimate Plus comes with a 10-year warranty against yellowing, discoloration, cracking, and hazing. It comes in pre-cut patterns for most late-model vehicles or can be hand-cut by XPEL authorized installers.

“We are extremely excited to add Ultimate Plus to the XPEL product lineup,” said XPEL President and CEO Ryan Pape. “With its improved optical properties and ease of installation, this next generation protection film brings benefits to vehicle owners and film installers alike, providing the confidence and reassurance that the vehicle is protected.”

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