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Which work best for PPF? 45* or 60* blades?

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60* from Clean Cut for PPF and wrap film.


45* will work but not as nicely. I usually only use these for sign vinyl.


25* for window film.


These blades are carbide steel and seem to hold up much better than what I was getting from the sign shop or tint suppliers at 1/3 of the cost.20230629_184406.jpg.168c4e2f5be2eacf3a79af4e02bc25a5.jpg

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