FlexGuard is perfect for helping you take on a battery of potential hazards to your paint. Anything from pebbles, sand, road salt, and other debris to nicks, scratches, and unsightly bird droppings, FlexGuard has you covered. This protective barrier goes on clear, nearly undetectable to the naked eye, and will install smoothly over your vehicle with impeccable results.
Guard Against The Road
Consult your local professional installer to see what option is best for you and your vehicle. Dealers typically offer a variety of individual and package coverage options. Below are common areas that are protected by FlexGuard.
With FlexGuard, the possibilities are endless. Protect your car, truck, camper, motorcycle and more. From a full vehicle wrap that guards the entire vehicle to protecting the most defenseless areas that are more prone to chips and scratches like the leading edges of hoods and fender and also bumper covers.
FlexGuard is backed by a 10-year manufacturer warranty. Drive with peace of mind knowing that FlexGuard will protect any vehicle for the future. You are covered against defects such as:
No, plain water works very well.
Yes, but use caution due the low melting point of the urethane.
We recommend using 2 to 4 drops of baby shampoo for a 32 oz. bottle and make any adjustments depending on the humidity.
A cap sheet protects the film during shipping.
Short answer, yes.
Yes, but in some cases where a base coat and top coat is used, some lifting can occur. Spray on ceramic coatings (like FlexCoat) will not have this issue.
Any vehicle with FlexGuard installed on it, can be washed the same as you would any vehicle. The film can be waxed using a clear wax.
Wait 30 days after installation before using a pressure washer to clean your vehicle. Keep the nozzle a minimum of 3 feet away from the film and film edges.
If you notice a dirt line forming on the edge of the film, use an old tooth brush to gently clean the edge.
Depending on the condition of your vehicle's paint when FlexGuard is installed, the area with the film will fade slower due to the UV additives in the product.
To remove FlexGuard, start at an edge and pull at a 45 degree angle. Use alcohol to remove and residual adhesive.