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3M, Johnson, or MaXpro????


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The installer using Maxpro has the lowest price.....

 

You just answered Your own question. The lowest price usually denotes one of two things. Inferior film, or an inexperienced installer. If You got really bad luck you'll get both for that low, low price. Good luck to You. :cool

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Why is everyone saying not to use Maxpro? Bad experiences? Customer complaints?

RockyDaz: Why wont you try Maxpro?

The installer using Maxpro has the lowest price and Maxpro comes with the best warranty.

I will go another route though if everyones reasons against Maxpro are legit.

Thanks

 

:chin Seems a bit odd.......wouldn't you say?

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Guest THEGMAN185

guess it makes sense! Haha.

Any maxpro supporters on here before I decide against them?

Or any bad experiences from maxpro to make the decision even easier!?

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guess it makes sense! Haha.

Any maxpro supporters on here before I decide against them?

Or any bad experiences from maxpro to make the decision even easier!?

:idea You could be our test subject. Go with the maxpro since you seem to like the price. Check back with us at regular intervals and let us know how it's holding up. :D

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Does your jeep liberty have privacy glass on the back windows? If so I would stay away from Johnson silhouette. While it is a quality film it has a greenish hue look to it that doesn't match up very well with privacy glass.

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Guest THEGMAN185

Pretty sure my wife would be mad if I volunteered her Jeep as the test subject! lol. However, I would be covered from any peeling,fading,purpling,bubbling, and blistering for life!

The Jeep has no factory tint on it.

At this point I think I have ruled Johnson and FX out anyway, since the warranty does not cover fading or purpling issues.

3M Color Stable covers everything I just mentioned about Maxpro.

The only difference is the Color Stable is $70 more.

Is 3M worth the extra $70?????

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