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Old 06-22-2006, 06:09 PM   #1
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There is a new product just out to prevent road chips on your vehicles paint that I purchased yesterday. It sounds like an easy solution for taking the place of a gravel/hood guard.(bra) The fine print on the can says the product must be removed within 3 days after applying. I called the company to ask what this meant and was informed that if it was not removed paint deterioration would take place. I returned it today. Please beware.
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There is a new product just out to prevent road chips on your vehicles paint that I purchased yesterday. It sounds like an easy solution for taking the place of a gravel/hood guard.(bra) The fine print on the can says the product must be removed within 3 days after applying. I called the company to ask what this meant and was informed that if it was not removed paint deterioration would take place. I returned it today. Please beware.
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Sorry Here is there URL http://www.duplicolor.com/training/shield_training.html
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Old 06-22-2006, 08:40 PM   #4
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Holy Cow... You mean someone would spray that on their car or truck????

I would have a spray on bed liner stuff put on there just as easy... LOL...
That video was funny... comes off No problem about 20 times... That guy should be on at 2 am selling spray on hair... Wait,, maybe that is what he was selling,, all the spray on hair that they couldn't sell...
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i like how it comes right off with the pressure washer 2inches from teh paint, th e factory paint wont last long that way

i geuss you could use this if you drove th ealcan at the beach for a few days, I can see Us lazy folks leaving it on TO LONG
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I saw a prducto that was basiclly thick clear tape that you aplly to rocker panels or wherever you want some extra prtoection. Its not designed to be reomoves but you can if you want to.
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