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Old 12-06-2004, 12:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i just bought a 2005 330cic and want to know more about the 3m scotchgard clear bra and the other clear coat optional finish (i forgot the exact name :P ) does anyone this finish? its supposed to last for 6 years and comes with a warrenty agaisnt paint for like acid rain, bird droppings ect....its costs about 870$ i think.... is it worth it? or is some good wax just as good? what about the 3m clear bra protective tape thing?
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Old 12-08-2004, 06:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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hmmm, i just use wax, i don't feel safe sticking something to my car.

but i have not heard much on other people useing it.
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Well, I had something similar to the Scotch stuff called "ClearArmor" installed about a month ago which armors every conceivable scratchable surface really, the front - of course - the front of mirrors, door scallops, backs of doors, botton door sills, bottom filler hatch, top of rear bumper - can't see it unless looking for it.

Downside: the price, and it takes a month to cure.

Upside: I was driving at 75mph when a dump truck hit a bump sending dirt, and pebble crap onto the road right in front of me - not a scratch. And I found myself being more concerned with my windsheild frankly.
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