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Lamin-X Clear Bra paint protection complete

This is what happens when I'm at work from 6 PM to 6 AM and finished most of my duties by midnight......Surfing the WWW for whatever
So I came across this while looking for headlight protection. Headlight protection is a MUST when traveling in Alaska. There are MANY broken/cracked fog light lenses, headlights llenses, AND you would be hard pressed to see a vehicle that has been driven in AK for any length of time that does NOT have a cracked windshield and tons of paint chips. SO this:
Might be a worthwhile investment.
Anyone ever used this product? I know they make just the headlight protector.

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Don't know if the brand is the same, but a clear bra was dealer-installed on the 2012 Fiat 500 Abarth I bought. In my opinion it was worth every penny. It's virtually invisible and very tough - two years of driving Texas Farm to Market roads (enough gravel and small stones to please anyone) and there isn't a scratch or chip on the car.

$20 for a headlight cover seems like a good deal. Only hope it will be strong enough to ward off Alaska stones and gravel.


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