PPF (Paint Protection Film) is an essential product for protecting the exterior of your vehicle from damage caused by road debris, rock chips, and other hazards. There are two primary types of PPF materials available in the market: TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) and TPH (Thermoplastic Olefin).
TPU PPF is a highly durable material that provides excellent protection against rock chips and scratches. It is made of a clear, thermoplastic material that is highly resistant to yellowing and discoloration. TPU PPF is also highly flexible, which makes it easier to install on curved surfaces of a car. It is generally considered a higher-end product and tends to be more expensive than TPH PPF.
On the other hand, TPH PPF is a more cost-effective option that provides decent protection against road debris and other hazards. It is also made of a clear, thermoplastic material but is not as durable or flexible as TPU PPF. TPH PPF is also more prone to yellowing and discoloration over time.
When it comes to choosing between TPU and TPH PPF, it ultimately depends on your budget and the level of protection you desire. If you want the highest level of protection and are willing to pay a premium price, then TPU PPF is the way to go. However, if you are on a budget and want a decent level of protection, then TPH PPF is a more affordable option. Regardless of which type of PPF you choose, make sure it is installed by a professional to ensure the best results.