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Sorry, I would comment but it would be considered a skewed opinion as I work for the company. All things ask though can be answered with a sample. I always recommend trying before you buy, especially when it comes to PPF. I would say get a sample from the local distributor and they should be able to get you out a kit or a large enough sample for testing purposes. Good luck. I look forward to hearing the feedback.

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Sorry, I would comment but it would be considered a skewed opinion as I work for the company. All things ask though can be answered with a sample. I always recommend trying before you buy, especially when it comes to PPF. I would say get a sample from the local distributor and they should be able to get you out a kit or a large enough sample for testing purposes. Good luck. I look forward to hearing the feedback.

 

I am impressed with PPF offering Lifetime warranty. Is it maintenance-free like Solargard PPF or 3M's Scotchgard, ie no maintenance coating needed regularly?

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basically yes. I think though that as an industry standard, it's always good to promote some type of maintenance like washing and waxing. But the top coat we use is to make the maintenance much easier. In the end, we know most consumer don't take care of their vehicles after the "newness" factor wears off. That's why we focus more on something that will stay clear longer. That was always the number one issue in PPF, yellowing or staining. 

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basically yes. I think though that as an industry standard, it's always good to promote some type of maintenance like washing and waxing. But the top coat we use is to make the maintenance much easier. In the end, we know most consumer don't take care of their vehicles after the "newness" factor wears off. That's why we focus more on something that will stay clear longer. That was always the number one issue in PPF, yellowing or staining. 

 

Thanks for sharing Mr Werner

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Sorry, I would comment but it would be considered a skewed opinion as I work for the company. All things ask though can be answered with a sample. I always recommend trying before you buy, especially when it comes to PPF. I would say get a sample from the local distributor and they should be able to get you out a kit or a large enough sample for testing purposes. Good luck. I look forward to hearing the feedback.

Can you send me some samples? Jamie

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