There are many vehicles that I pass on because Water and electronics don't mix. When we tint windows we use water that gets in places and on electronics that it really shouldn't. Sometimes this causes issues. It is a risk we both take(installer and customer). Usually there are no issues and everything is just fine. In some cases there are slight issues that go away. In that short period of time it did not cause corrosion. It might have messed up something due to the water shorting something out. A lot of times it goes back to working fine after it dries completely.
Just wondering, I have the same q42 plotter as you. Have you used it for ppf and does it work fine for that size? I know how to install PPF but not sure what is the most common size roll installers use for a front end of a vehicle. Will the q42 be a good size to plot ppf or do I need bigger?
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