The Best Paint Protection Film – XPEL
Koosha lays on one half of the film on the hood.
He then unfolds the other.  This is the easiest way to handle that large piece of material.
The hood is pretty straightforward compared to the rest of the car’s panels.
Koosha is getting out the big bubbles on the hood by using his hand.
A squeegee gets most of the water out with ease.
Excess material is trimmed off.
After the trimming, you can see how much material Koosha leaves behind to then fold underneath the panel so you can’t even tell the hood has film on it.


  1. this seems excessively long for an article, especially after the first few pages it felt very repetitive. The beauty shots on the last page show the amazing quality of his work and it is perfection, I just feel that the article could have been half the pages and still given us a good idea of how the process goes.

  2. it varies by car but to cover ALL the painted surfaces and aero on a C7 like we did you’re probably going to spend $6,000. just a a front end kit covering the bumper, hood, mirrors, front fenders and rocker panels is around $3,000. Yes, it may seem like an excessively long article but the process took 4 ENTIRE days to complete.. The difference is in the details. I never appreciated how much work goes into one of these wraps till I had to sit there and watch Koosha do it. We’ve wrapped a few of our project cars and none of them have been done this well.

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