We are Distinct Automotive Appearance

High Quality Paint Protection Film, Ceramic Coating and Window Tint products installed by the best, industry-certified pros.

Who we are.

At Distinct Automotive Appearance, we’re a customer driven company. A merger between Premier Detailing and Pittsburgh protective Films, we’ve provided high quality automotive protection and enhancement services to the Greater Pittsburgh area for well over a decade! Our facility and staff are tailored towards providing the very best service in paint correction, ceramic coating, paint protection film, window tint and more! in addition to our tailored facility, our staff is expertly trained and uses the best products and equipment on the market. Contact us today for your vehicle consultation and we hope to see you soon!

Alan Rich


Craig Pust



Our Facility

Located at 1101 Pontiac Court in Export PA, we have a state of the art 10,000 sq ft facility. This space is optimized for both customer and installer, providing 9000 sq ft of heated and air conditioned work space and a spacious customer waiting room with wifi.

Quality Service

Distinct has a passion for customer care. In addition to using premium XPEL products, we also provide each customer with a complete satisfaction guarantee!

Tinting Steps.

1The installation process starts with the dealer thoroughly cleaning your windows to remove even the smallest pieces of dirt. A piece of film is cut roughly to the size of your window, its release liner is removed, and an application solution is sprayed on the film’s adhesive to activate it. The application solution is also sprayed on the window.

2The film is then installed on the glass, and the installer squeegees all the application solution out from between the glass and film. The installer will also do some final edge trimming to ensure the film fits perfectly and precisely on the glass.

3When the installer squeegees out the application solution during installation, it is nearly impossible to get every drop of solution out. Thus there is a drying time (cure time) for the film, during which the remaining application solution between the film and glass evaporates. During this time, the film is still performing to its full solar control and safety capabilities.