can anyone with experience help with a choice for paint protection film (clear bra)? - Page 2 - Ford Mustang Forum
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I have the Venturesheild on mine as well. It is pretty thin and you cannot notice it until you are close up.

Here are some pictures of a cruise that I went on this past sunday you cannot even see it, and my car is dirty.
just so you guys know, i visited a bunch of places and tried photograph the xpel, scotchguard, and ventureshield from various distances. couldn't get any of them to show up on camera. from the cars i saw though, the scotchguard definitely shows up from farther away and has that orange peel look to it. probably going with the ventureshield for $605 tomorrow. if you guys do this, word on the street is it takes about 90 days to fully cure, so hang tight before passing judgement on the job.


i'm from jersey, not seattle. please don't confuse the two!
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I had installed on my 2003 GT Convertible when purchased in Colorado (for all the rock on the road from snow) and when I sold it about a month ago, it still looked fine. No peeling, fading, etc. The only issues were a couple of bumps where the rocks hit and dimpled the clear bra instead of my paint. My car had always been undercover/garaged so maybe that's why there was no fading but I'd do again in a heartbeat.


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