You will receive everything you need to install your Paint Protection Film (PPF) in your BushWrapz kit! Simply spray soapy water on the panel, align the template and squeegee down!

You sure can! You can easily remove the BushWrapz Film using boiling water, cover the film and begin peeling an edge. Start pulling the film back on a 90 degree angle ensuring you hold tension to avoid leaving adhesive behind. This is also achievable using a heat gun, steamer or even a hairdryer. Applying heat will help to loosen the adhesive and in turn make the film removal easier.

Yes, you can purchase one off replacement panels by emailing with your name, vehicle model, and panel required. Replacement panels range from $85 to $300. Shipping is an additional cost.

As long as the scratch doesn’t exceed the top layer of the film, run boiling water or a hot hair dryer over the surface scratch and watch it disappear. Alternatively leaving the vehicle in the warm Australian sun will have the same effect.

PPF has a flexible component in the film called thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU). A combination of hard and soft co-polymers reacts to rebind and retain their shape causing the film to reseal and heal themselves with the assistance of heat.

Vinyl is usually applied for stylistic improvements with minimal protection. Vinyl will protect the paint from the harsh UV rays however it does not eliminate the risk of stone chips, scratches or water stainage.

A Ceramic Coating is a liquid polymer that is applied to the exterior surfaces of a vehicle. After application, it chemically bonds with the vehicle’s factory paint, establishing a layer of protection. A ceramic coating carries hydrophobic qualities and adds to the overall shine of the paint work. Despite the wild claims of some manufacturers and installers, a ceramic coating does not reduce the risk of stone chips, scratches, nor water spots.

Whereas, PPF is thicker than ceramic coatings and vinyl, it is a physical film that acts as a barrier. PPF has a chemical composition that allows it to self-heal; that is, it returns to its original form after receiving an indentation or abrasion. Ceramic coatings and vinyl can not achieve this. These qualities make PPF able to absorb stone chips, scratches, and water stainage without being permanently disfigured making it the toughest of all protective options available on the market.

No, BushWrapz has an impressive adhesive bond that is strong enough to hold to paint for many years but can also be removed. Your paint will be in the same condition as the day the Paint Protection Film (PPF) was applied. We do not recommend you install PPF on your vehicle if you have had any resprays as the paintwork integrity is most likely compromised.

Install is expected to take approximately 2 to 4 hours depending on the size of your vehicle. We highly recommend you have second person to assist you peeling off the backing sheet and laying the film. 

Paint Protection Film (PPF) will hide light scratches! If you already have scratches, you can lay the PPF over the top to hide them. The PPF creates a bridge over the paint lesion and causes light to refract and seemingly “fill” the gaps.

If you are unsure if BushWrapz will hide your existing scratches, you can purchase a sample pack to test it out.

You are able to wash your vehicle as normal even with the film on.  If you opt to use a gurney, ensure you apply a strict 1m rule and never hold the gurney to the very edge of the film as you risk catching and lifting the film.

To get the best life span out of BushWrapz Paint Protection Film, we recommend you regularly use a PH neutral Detailer Spray to keep the film hydrated. This will help it to stay shiny and improve its stain resistance.

It is recommended that you do not use silicon products or heavy degreasers as they will eventually wear the protective topcoat of the film.


  • Petrol or acid based products

  • Silicon products


  • Car wash

  • Detailers spray

  • Hand polish without a cutting compound

  • Extremely well. Not only will the film repel up to 97% of UV Rays but more importantly it eliminates oxidisation which is what more commonly affects the appearance of your paintwork fading long-term.

    We do recommend that if you live in a harsh climate such as WA or NT that you upgrade to the BushWrapz Advance film. This is due to the harsh water.

    You most definitely can polish and wax the film as you would your normal paint. Maintaining the surface of the PPF is a great way to keep it in great condition for years to come. It is not recommended that you use a polish which contains cutting compounds or a buffing machine as it is too abrasive for the film and can damage the self healing topcoat.

    BushWrapz warranty covers manufacturing defects in the films such as fading, colour change, cracking, bubbling or delamination.

    Bonnet and bumpers are such large and technical panels to install. They are not panels that we would recommend someone attempting themselves at home due to the multiple curves they have.

    If you would like BushWrapz applied to these panels, contact your nearest installer for a quote on these.

    BushWrapz PRO needs to be installed by a professional installer due to the templates being slightly different. Being that BushWrapz PRO is a 10 year warranty film and ultimately going to be on your vehicle for 10+ years, these templates have been created to ensure a very custom and seamless look where possible. This requires bulking and trimming, therefore, not something we would recommend anyone DIY-ing.

    Think about it like this – have you ever tried wrapping a basketball in wrapping paper? It’s impossible right. The same applies for PPF. Any shape with multiple curves going in different directions will only ever achieve a limited amount of coverage unless of course the film is joined or relieved

    PPF needs a smooth surface to ensure the adhesive is able to fully adhere. This means it will not adhere to rough surfaces.

    Yes, you can purchase individual panels by emailing with your name, vehicle model, and panels required. Panels range from $85 to $300. Shipping is an additional cost.