The sheet takes all of the dents while a car’s bodywork underneath is untouched, completely protecting your car from the elements.
It means road users can be sure a vehicle retains its value so motorists are not forced to reduce its price on the used car market later down the line.
Protective films are effective but prices can spiral with a full coat estimated to set customers back over £1,250.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, Autoshine and Tinting spokesperson, Duncan Richards said: “Most people won’t have their whole car done. They’ll just have the front end done, side skirts, door handles, mirrors and things like that.”