This looks to me like a very thin silicone film. Not quite the protection of the film nor the life. Many times the heavy film has a problem protecting from many things thrown at it.
This is from their web site:
How does this product compare to professional paint protection film products on the market?
This product is designed to be easily applied at home and is an affordable paint protection option for any vehicle owner. Most vehicles today do not currently have paint protection, leaving them exposed to numerous road hazards.
In terms of protection, this product offers significant protection for at least one year compared to just waxing - what most vehicles on the road use today.
When compared to professionally applied paint protection products, the differences are:
- Application method: Paint Defender Spray Film is spray by hand while professional paint protection is a film applied by a certified installer.
- Lifetime: Paint Defender Spray Film will last at least one year while professional paint protection typically last for 5 to 7 years.
- Durability: Paint Protection products are rated on a 0 to 10 scale using an industry approved test method. Paint Defender Spray Film provides approximately 80% of the protection of common professional paint protection films using the industry standard test method.
All that said, it will cover more curves & humps & valleys easily. Unless the self leveling effect would be a problem keeping the thickness as sprayed on....... Also I think a pressure washer would peal it off if you happened to catch the edge.
I'll wait to see how it holds up I think