Invisible Shield for Cars

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  1. NayLoMo6C

    NayLoMo6C New Member

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    If only they had I.S. for cars, my RSX got side swiped today afterschool, and there's a long scratch along the door ( bastards )
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    that would be sweet but how would you get out the air bubbles
  3. ThatGEEKFreak

    ThatGEEKFreak Active Member

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    My dad's 2007 G35 S Sedan had that option when he bought it, its around the front fenders and stuff. He didn't get it though. It was invisible until you got really close and looked at an angle, you could see where it finished.
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    Baker5 Well-Known Member

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    dude thats cool
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    ThatGEEKFreak Active Member

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    Like I said its to bad he didn't buy the shield, theres always going to be a dent but at least there wouldn't be a paint chip.
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    true you can hide a dent easier than a paint chip
  7. drkassassin

    drkassassin New Member

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    yea my parents's lexus has a plastic shield around the front
    what stinks about it is that if yo get a scratch you have to replace the WHOLE shield..and if for any type of repairs it needs to be taken off then u cant reapply it
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    What about the bucket of solution?
    Post 300!
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    Well, it was originally manufactured to protect helicopter blades, so it's for sure not out of the question. But, as pointed out earlier, getting out the bubbles would be a pain.
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    You could probably spray it on or something.

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