Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions (Mentor, OH) has announced two new paint protection film (PPF) lines – neo and Supreme Defense – that protect a vehicle s surface from stone chips, road debris, insect stains and weathering while also enabling designers to create customized looks, according to a statement released by the company.
Avery Dennison neo is a wet-apply, solid-color PPF line of films with a polyurethane and adhesive technology that gives vehicles a smooth OEM-paint-like finish while protecting the surface from daily elements. Installers can create special effects and accents or transform the roof and the hood for a two-tone look, again, per Avery Dennison s statement.
The first color in the product line, neo noir, is a distinctive black film with noticeable color depth and a rich black pigment with an ultra-high gloss finish and excellent adhesion.
The new Avery Dennison Supreme Defense matte film combines the same paint protection with a different visual effect. This high quality polyurethane film is designed to preserve and protect a flat factory finish, but designers can also use it to transform high-gloss OEM paint to achieve a dramatic new look, according to the company.
Both neo noir and Supreme Defense matte have a self-healing top coat that absorbs impact from scratches and debris, and both provide long-term durability of up to five years.
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