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Not bad at all!

I just do not know much about film....so just making sure it is indeed a better film so I can justify the extra cost.

Thank you everyone!!!!

I appreciate all of the responses!

It helped out greatly!

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I've been a big advocate of the 3M CS for many years. A lot of tinters don't like it because they think it's difficult to use. So if you're going for the CS film, make sure you also go for a quality installer.

Maxpro is a very VERY new film to the Australian marketplace THEGMAN185. How do you know so much about it? I'd be willing to go out on a limb here and say that many of the members of this forum haven't even SEEN a Maxpro film yet.

You did a lot of reading here on what we discuss before posting so you obviously do your research. Have you heard or read any testimonials on Maxpro films? Know anyone that has it on their car? What can you tell us about it? [emoji16]

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I've been a big advocate of the 3M CS for many years. A lot of tinters don't like it because they think it's difficult to use. So if you're going for the CS film, make sure you also go for a quality installer.

Maxpro is a very VERY new film to the Australian marketplace THEGMAN185. How do you know so much about it? I'd be willing to go out on a limb here and say that many of the members of this forum haven't even SEEN a Maxpro film yet.

You did a lot of reading here on what we discuss before posting so you obviously do your research. Have you heard or read any testimonials on Maxpro films? Know anyone that has it on their car? What can you tell us about it? [emoji16]

 

Ultra Tinter:

 

Literally all I did was call all of the local tint installers and asked what type of film they used, the price, and the warranty. After reviewing the installers reputations, I did a Google search all of the mentioned films.

 

That is how I ultimately ended up on here to this forum.

 

Reading previous posts, here are some I found on MaxPro. Most reviews were not technically bad, since it is a newer film....But the last link is the worst!

 

http://www.tintdude....6-maxpro-films/

http://www.tintdude....ro-window-film/

http://www.tintdude....o-window-films/

http://www.tintdude....o-non-metallic/

http://www.tintdude....qdp-any-inputs/

Here is the worst post on MaXPro I have found:

http://www.tintdude....pro-at-2-years/

 

I did ALOT of reading on this website before I decided to create my own post and get true and updated input from the tint industry's expert installers!

 

I personally do not know anyone with any of these mentioned films.

 

All my questioning and research has been through this website forum.

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I've been a big advocate of the 3M CS for many years. A lot of tinters don't like it because they think it's difficult to use. So if you're going for the CS film, make sure you also go for a quality installer.

Maxpro is a very VERY new film to the Australian marketplace THEGMAN185. How do you know so much about it? I'd be willing to go out on a limb here and say that many of the members of this forum haven't even SEEN a Maxpro film yet.

You did a lot of reading here on what we discuss before posting so you obviously do your research. Have you heard or read any testimonials on Maxpro films? Know anyone that has it on their car? What can you tell us about it? [emoji16]

Ultra Tinter:

Literally all I did was call all of the local tint installers and asked what type of film they used, the price, and the warranty. After reviewing the installers reputations, I did a Google search all of the mentioned films.

That is how I ultimately ended up on here to this forum.

Reading previous posts, here are some I found on MaxPro. Most reviews were not technically bad, since it is a newer film....But the last link is the worst!

http://www.tintdude....6-maxpro-films/

http://www.tintdude....ro-window-film/

http://www.tintdude....o-window-films/

http://www.tintdude....o-non-metallic/

http://www.tintdude....qdp-any-inputs/

Here is the worst post on MaXPro I have found:

http://www.tintdude....pro-at-2-years/

I did ALOT of reading on this website before I decided to create my own post and get true and updated input from the tint industry's expert installers!

I personally do not know anyone with any of these mentioned films.

All my questioning and research has been through this website forum.

All good. [emoji106]

Personally, I love customers who do their research. They're educated, know what they want, and don't fall for the BS that some tint shops spin about what's "best for them".

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Guest THEGMAN185

Gotta research EVERYTHING!

Thanks everybody!

I will post my Jeep on here after it gets tinted, if anyone cares to see the results.

Should be in the next couple weeks.

I appreciate everyones input!

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In your shoes the way you research things. You should be more concerned about the installer not the film brand. Before you choose ask to see a few vehicles in person not pictures of. Most consumers that get up here and complain are about install error not film failure. Like posted earlier if it's a vehicle you're going to keep a while use a color stable film, less than five years I wouldn't worry about it. I hope this helps.

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