Modern Matte Finish Look Without The Drawbacks

KAVACA Matte Finish PPF. This is the only way to really enjoy a matte finish vehicle. With matte and satin finish paints, once you put a scratch into a panel, it’s game over. The panel has to be repainted. Unlike gloss paint where you can polish out a scratch to make it new again, matte paint cannot be polished. This is the reason why having superior technology scratch-resistant matte finish PPF is so critical. KAVACA Matte Finish PPF is much more resistant to scratches than paint. In fact, it protects not only from scratches and but also from rock chips and chemical contaminants. Most pebble hits will simply bounce and not leave a mark. If you manage to scratch a panel protected with KAVACA Matte Finish PPF beyond self-healing with heat, you simply have that panel of PPF removed and replaced and you’re good to go. This means your vehicle goes back to new again and you don’t lose resale value to resprays.

The other awesome aspect of KAVACA Matte Finish PPF is that you can take any gloss vehicle and give it that modern satin look just by wrapping it. Unlike standard matte finish car wraps which offer little to no protection from road hazards, KAVACA Matte Finish PPF gives you the looks and the protection in one single film.

While KAVACA Instant-Healing PPF in gloss is the ultimate in instant self-healing protection, if you must have that amazing matte look, KAVACA Matte Finish PPF is the way to do it, properly. KAVACA Matte Finish PPF does self-heal, but unlike Instant-Healing PPF, it requires heat to do so.



KAVACA Matte Finish PPF. This is the only way to really enjoy a matte finish vehicle.


KAVACA Matte Finish PPF protects your original paint. It will self-heal from light scratches by a applying even heat to the affected surface. Self-healing is common on gloss films, but self-healing characteristics in a matte film can only be achieved with very recent high technological advances.


KAVACA Matte Finish PPF offers more elasticity than other satin films. This make installation much more forgiving and is the reason why installers love working with KAVACA PPF. More flexibility equals easier installation and therefore a better finished product.


KAVACA is an ancient Sanskrit word that translates as “armor”. That’s essentially the objective of any paint protection film. We’ve engineered all KAVACA PPF films to offer vehicle owners a high-quality, aliphatic polyurethane film, that holds up longer, protects stronger and produces an optical enhancement far superior to competitors. This applies to KAVACA Instant-Healing PPF and Matte Finish PPF.

Our paint protection films are designed to provide a microscopic, yet exceptionally durable shield against UV rays, chemicals, bird droppings, bug splatters and of course – road debris such as gravel, wood and even small pieces of metal. When it’s professionally installed and maintained as directed, it can protect your vehicle’s headlights, clear coat, grille, side-view mirrors, carbon fiber, or vinyl wraps against rock chips and premature wear and tear for up to 12 years.

KAVACA Matte PPF provides a way for you to enjoy your vehicle while also investing in protecting its resale value. Every installation is linked to your car, truck, or SUVs CarFax Vehicle History Report. The service and warranty stays with the VIN, meaning it can be transferred to the next vehicle owner. While other manufacturers claim the same, we were the company that started the Appearance Protection Service reporting feature originally. We’re just getting started.

Nanotechnology Infused Surface

The top coat on KAVACA Matte Finish PPF is hydrophobic, allowing water, pollen, bird droppings, bug splatters and tree sap to be removed without using harsh chemical cleaning agents. This makes maintaining your satin finish much easier.

Nano Technology Infused Adhesive

We’ve spent years formulating a proprietary adhesive to fill defects and light scratches found in the vehicle’s surface or substrates. KAVACA PPF adhesive is very forgiving, allowing for multiple stretching and fitting before application.