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#472381 - 13/09/17 11:56 AM Paint Protection Film
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Can anybody recommend a supplier of pre cut paint protection film for a trad. The only one I’ve come across so far is Premier Paint Guard who supply a kit for a +4 Does anyone know anything about them?
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#472406 - 13/09/17 02:02 PM Re: Paint Protection Film [Re: paulmog]
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I think Aeroman knows a lot about this topic.

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#472411 - 13/09/17 02:26 PM Re: Paint Protection Film [Re: paulmog]
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A couple of good companies will fit it - but I do not know of any pre cut self fix suppliers.

I had it fitted to the roadster - and now its on the 4/4 too - a very worthwhile "insurance" IMO


Edited by NeilL (13/09/17 02:27 PM)
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#472434 - 13/09/17 04:52 PM Re: Paint Protection Film [Re: paulmog]
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The best company to supply and fit without a doubt is S.J. Curtis Warmley Bristol.
The system is self repairing and virtually indestructable. Quite phenomenal.!
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#472443 - 13/09/17 05:19 PM Re: Paint Protection Film [Re: SteveH]
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Originally Posted By SteveH
The best company to supply and fit without a doubt is S.J. Curtis Warmley Bristol.
The system is self repairing and virtually indestructable. Quite phenomenal.!


That's a good recommendation, Steve. Can you tell me which bits of the car are covered?
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#472479 - 13/09/17 07:45 PM Re: Paint Protection Film [Re: paulmog]
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#472640 - 14/09/17 08:01 PM Re: Paint Protection Film [Re: Craig Jezzard69]
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http://www.armourfend.co.uk/ This was fitted to my car by Brands Hatch Morgan when it was new. Good Stuff.
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