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On 29/12/2018 at 6:13 AM, CaliTINT said:

Yes I appreciate their honesty. The scratches weren't super bad in the beginning. Its also that the film is getting cloudy and whitish and hard to see out of. I tried polishing a small section and it looked better. I'm gonna strip it off my windshield on reapply it and also put a ceramic coating over it to see if it improves the longevity. 

 

Was thinking of just offering this to Wrangler owners like myself since these vehicles are really easy to install on, use less film, and are very susceptible to rock damage. 


Yes sir, I tested several in recent years and it has been frustrating. 
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Durability is weaker in the regions shaded yellow, orange & red. 
Technically, the same Windshield Protection Film can last longer in Northern Europe, Japan, US and Canada.
Science doesn't lie.

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20 hours ago, FilmTack said:

Durability is weaker in the regions shaded yellow, orange & red. 
Technically, the same Windshield Protection Film can last longer in Northern Europe, Japan, US and Canada.
Science doesn't lie.

uvradiationd.jpg

I wish someone would come up with a film that last longer! Maybe self-healing like ppf?

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