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Old 02-25-2011, 05:16 PM
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Urethane paint protection film. I'm doing the sides and any wear areas with it when I buy my next boat... then again, it doesn't cost me anything.
I need to purchase some of that film to cover the wings of my project boat. I am having an aluminum "staircase" built so that folks can get up and climb inside. My painter suggested that we use something like this product to protect the paint and graphics. I would use rugs as suggested, but I dont want to lose the garaphics, as I assume that alot of pics will be taken. The painter suggested that there was a bunch of junk out there, but I want some good stuff. Nobody knows much about it locally.
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