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Does anyone use Wincos? I was told that the rolls were less then 100 ft long, like 66 ft? Can someone who uses it let me know? I am trying to figure out if I should use it or Llumar CTX.

I use it. It only comes in 42.12" width's at 66ft. It is easy to shrink but after the liner is pulled, it is difficult to work with, as its very thin. Ive been using it for 2 years or so with no issues. It does have a blue hue to it, but I think it looks excellent, and has NO shine. Doesnt do much for glare control. Ive never used CTX so I cannot compare it to that, but I would use Wincos over MAC.

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Does anyone use Wincos? I was told that the rolls were less then 100 ft long, like 66 ft? Can someone who uses it let me know? I am trying to figure out if I should use it or Llumar CTX.

I've been using Wincos since it opened to the market. By far it is the best performing automotive film. We use a Spectrum Detective Meter to test films(we measure the IR reduction). The Wincos Film performs better than V-Kool. It is very difficult to install with Wincos. I am now using Suntek Carbon XP. Carbon XP is easier to install. Wincos performs better. However, Carbon XP is similar to LLumar Ceramic films and cost less. http://suntekfilms.com/common/files/specs/auto/CarbonXP.pdf

Good Luck!!!!

Regards,

Gerald

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Does anyone use Wincos? I was told that the rolls were less then 100 ft long, like 66 ft? Can someone who uses it let me know? I am trying to figure out if I should use it or Llumar CTX.

I've been using Wincos since it opened to the market. By far it is the best performing automotive film. We use a Spectrum Detective Meter to test films(we measure the IR reduction). The Wincos Film performs better than V-Kool. It is very difficult to install with Wincos. I am now using Suntek Carbon XP. Carbon XP is easier to install. Wincos performs better. However, Carbon XP is similar to LLumar Ceramic films and cost less. http://suntekfilms.com/common/files/compet...to/CarbonXP.pdf

Good Luck!!!!

Regards,

Gerald

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Does anyone use Wincos? I was told that the rolls were less then 100 ft long, like 66 ft? Can someone who uses it let me know? I am trying to figure out if I should use it or Llumar CTX.

I've been using Wincos since it opened to the market. By far it is the best performing automotive film. We use a Spectrum Detective Meter to test films(we measure the IR reduction). The Wincos Film performs better than V-Kool. It is very difficult to install with Wincos. I am now using Suntek Carbon XP. Carbon XP is easier to install. Wincos performs better. However, Carbon XP is similar to LLumar Ceramic films and cost less. http://suntekfilms.com/common/files/specs/auto/CarbonXP.pdf

Good Luck!!!!

Regards,

Gerald

Hey Gerald, I'm curious... what wavelengths does your spectrum detective meter measure?

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Does anyone use Wincos? I was told that the rolls were less then 100 ft long, like 66 ft? Can someone who uses it let me know? I am trying to figure out if I should use it or Llumar CTX.

I've been using Wincos since it opened to the market. By far it is the best performing automotive film. We use a Spectrum Detective Meter to test films(we measure the IR reduction). The Wincos Film performs better than V-Kool. It is very difficult to install with Wincos. I am now using Suntek Carbon XP. Carbon XP is easier to install. Wincos performs better. However, Carbon XP is similar to LLumar Ceramic films and cost less. http://suntekfilms.com/common/files/specs/auto/CarbonXP.pdf

Good Luck!!!!

Regards,

Gerald

Hey Gerald, I'm curious... what wavelengths does your spectrum detective meter measure?

Like you don't already know :phone Suntek cxp is nice,only used it a couple times so far but im liking it...

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