Palm Desert Auto Paint Protection Shop Transport Wrap & Shipping Film Launched

The MasterShield Paint Protection & Window Tinting, with free quotes at 760-772-3072, is offering a professional transport wrap & auto shipping protection film for those who want to keep their vehicle safe while in transit.

Palm Desert, United States - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The popular MasterShield Paint Protection & Window Tinting announced it is now offering a professional transport wrap & auto shipping protection film for all those who want to ship or tow a vehicle without scuffs, scrapes and paint damage.

More information is available at https://mastershieldprotection.com.

The MasterShield Paint Protection & Window Tinting is a trusted auto shop in the Palm Desert, known for the quality of window tinting and paint protection services it has been offering drivers all around the SoCal area since 2004.

The auto shop announced it is now also offering a professional transport wrap & auto shipping protection film for the clients who want to protect the paint of their vehicle while in transit and ensure it arrives at its destination in superior condition.

The temporary protection film is quick and simple to install and remove, leaving no residue or adhesive cleanup behind and guarantees a proven way to avoid minor scuffs and scrapes along the way and any damage to the paint by leaking caustic fluids.

It can be shipped all over the world in rolls for one vehicle or entire fleets and sold directly out of its state of the art facility on 78-015 Wildcat Dr. #102, in Palm Desert, California, for those who live nearby or would rather have a professional applying it.

For all the drivers who want to then continue protecting their investment and make sure the paint of their car or truck remains in flawless, showroom condition for years to come, the shop can also supply and install the permanent 3M and XPEL clear bra paint protection films.

The MasterShield Paint Protection & Window Tinting team explains that “our client’s vehicles are our top priority and using the same protection film that is used when shipping vehicles from the factory, we can now help them move their cars and trucks with confidence, knowing they will stay safe, and arrive in superior condition.”

For free quotes and consultations with MasterShield Paint Protection & Window Tinting or more information on its permanent and temporary paint protection solutions, clients can call 760-772-3072 or browse through their website at https://mastershieldprotection.com/transport-wrap.

Contact Info:
Name: Sky Lundy
Organization: MasterShield Paint Protection & Window Tint
Address: 78-015 Wildcat Dr #102, Palm Desert, CA 92211, United States

For more information, please visit https://www.mastershieldprotection.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300566

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