Mustang Body Protection
I am interested in learning the specifics of how folks protect the paint on their Mustangs -- truthfully, I can be a bit anal in maintaining my vehicles.
My ride is a 2019 Mustang GT Premium Convertible (color: Magnetic) -- a lot of fun and I'm loving it. I traded in a silver 2012 Mustang V-6 ragtop. Quite honestly, I am hesitant to drive my car for extended periods on the highway given all the crap that falls from dump trucks, is kicked up by 18-wheelers, etc. Unfortunately, short of renting a car to make my long drives between Washington, DC and Long Island to visit family I don't have much choice. I don't even like taking my car on local highways.
I've ruled out a strap-on bra as I believe that prolonged vibration and rubbing will mar the pain where the bra straps on. And, any grit that gets underneath could also cause scratches. I would only put the bra on for a long trip -- not for local driving -- but I'm not sure how easy it might be attached.
That leaves the prospect of having an invisible bra put onto the car -- the clear plastic set onto the most exposed parts of the front end.
What experience have you had with invisible bras?
Do they begin to peel off over time?
Do they turn yellow over time?
Has anyone removed invisible bras and seen a difference in the paint?
Does anyone have any other suggestions for protecting the car -- particularly the front end -- from getting pitted from high speed driving?