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Alex

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Wow! That is stunning.





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ZubyDoo

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Looks nice!
Silly question. how does the satin PPF feel to touch?
Any special cleaning techniques? or just the same as normal PPF?
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Not silly at all. It feels quite smooth, less sticky than an equivalent gloss. Once it has been on for 4 weeks, dried out and settled down the seams etc will ceramic coat for extra ease of cleaning although the ppf already has hydrophobic qualities and beads off. Still shows the dirt unfortunately so needs washing just as regularly though. other no different to cleaning normal ppf
 

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Not silly at all. It feels quite smooth, less sticky than an equivalent gloss. Once it has been on for 4 weeks, dried out and settled down the seams etc will ceramic coat for extra ease of cleaning although the ppf already has hydrophobic qualities and beads off. Still shows the dirt unfortunately so needs washing just as regularly though. other no different to cleaning normal ppf
What brand is the PPF? Does it still happy "self healing" properties like the Xpel?
More expensive to install compared to regular PPF?
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ZubyDoo

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What brand is the PPF? Does it still happy "self healing" properties like the Xpel?
More expensive to install compared to regular PPF?
Cheers
Bodyfence matt is the name. 10 year warranty. Yes, same self healing properties. Feels (substantially) thicker than gloss and hence more difficult/ takes longer to apply. Wing mirrors were particularly hard to do and they will be redoing them foc shortly, as not stuck down well enough on the seams. Mine cost £3k - think gloss would have been about 10% cheaper, although material costs the same. Extra cost for time I think
 

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