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Old 02-16-2018, 02:46 PM   #26
y'all better put some respeck on my name
 
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this was after many times of asking him not to do any cutting on the car, but he insisted he's done this many times and he's trained by Xpel.

not sure if its fair to put the name out there. i do need to be fair and say that he ended up paying for the damage.
I'm guessing clearbra.ca...
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Old 02-16-2018, 09:40 PM   #27
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They told me do not wax the film ...

I have 3m... I can use a polish , but not wax. I was pretty happy with mine...they did all the plastic trims , Honda emblem , lights , fogs, mirrors , trunk... most general places , the edges are wrapped, if I look closely near the fenders and scoop, I can see the line

Overall , happy with 3m in Victoria. If you guys are in Victoria ... pm me and I’ll let u know where I did it
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I'm guessing clearbra.ca...
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Old 02-18-2018, 08:50 AM   #29
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You definitely want the clear bra on first as it needs a clean surface to seal too. With the extra slickness from the coating/sealant/wax you put under will affect the longevity of it sticking under various weather conditions. Clear bra basically takes the place of the "paint" and you want to protect that with your coatings and stuff.

Larry at AMMONYC/Phil at Detailersdomain and many others will say the same.

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