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People may think many different ways But for me Global QDP is the best. In the four years I have being tinting not one come back with fading or material bubbling. plus the great customer service I get from Express Window Films. 

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On 11/25/2018 at 3:58 PM, Saul said:

 

People may think many different ways But for me Global QDP is the best. In the four years I have being tinting not one come back with fading or material bubbling. plus the great customer service I get from Express Window Films. 

 

I have a question. I tried regular QD and I noticed with that film if I got a piece of dirt or a little crease in it I could not heat it up from outside after applying it to smoothen it out so it's harder to see, it always stayed white. Is QDP the same in terms of not being able to hide creases and dirt specs with heat? 

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3 hours ago, WL Tint said:

 

I have a question. I tried regular QD and I noticed with that film if I got a piece of dirt or a little crease in it I could not heat it up from outside after applying it to smoothen it out so it's harder to see, it always stayed white. Is QDP the same in terms of not being able to hide creases and dirt specs with heat? 

I'm not familiar with the other but qdp touches up really well for me.

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I have heard this story before.  I know two things here to be true that may clear up any misunderstandings... 1.  Garware has put out extruded dyed film in the past that may not have been as stable as Global.    I believe that someone somewhere may have confused this product with the Global brand which is a top shelf deep dyed product with a perfect track record going back to around 2005.  2. There have been distributors who have purchased economy Korean film and have sold it as Global film.  Most of this film was sold in Florida and would certainly fade and change colors.  Unfortunately this is where a lot of the rumors have originated about this Global product fading or changing colors which is simply not true.  Hope this helps clear up some of the rumors.    

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