That's what I was going to recommend. 3M and Llumar also produce what it otherwise known as a "clear bra." I've got it, the Llumar, on one of my cars and the paint is doing just fine. The sections that are on relatively flat surfaces, the hood and tops of the fenders, wouldn't be that big a deal to install. The nose and bumper of the car are covered by one big piece. There are "many" compound curves that make the installation very problomatic unless you really know what you're doing. For me, it was well worth the price to get it installed.When my car was 2 yrs old, the bumper was pretty messed up so I had it repainted and then installed the ClearGuard protective film. That solves the problem, but it isn't cheap unfortunately (and the film is a bitch to install yourself!).
Thanks for that Chipguard seems like a great idea,may take you up on that once I get my bumper repaired .If anybody knows any installers in Scotland please let me know.Damn, well with reagards to paint chipping because of the highway..........that's my life story right now. I got like a billion on my bumper just from one drive up to toronto from NY. I'm thinking of respraying then buying of those transparent bumper protectors film thingys. I think it might be a good investment especially for the 6s.
Just an example