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That's some interesting stuff. I think we will see spray on car bras going mainstream before long.
Watch out for the Duplicolor rattlecan one. It probably works as claimed, but they don't claim it gives chip resistance. There isn't enough material in acouple of rattlecans to give real chip protection to the front of acar. The bras need to be thick compared to normal paint to give enough cushioning effect to work.
The Quick Peel looks like “Shrink Rap” and appears to thin to provide any real protection from stones. I’ll stick with my $650 clear bra install!
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It's too bad they don't recommend a finished application thickness and give the sq ft of coverage for a qt or gallon. That does make it sound like maybe it's thin enough that they don't want to talk about it.
I still think it will evolve into something good. There are a lot more talented painters than there are clear bra installers.
In the eastwood catalogs they have a clear spray on bra.....its not spray can either....looks ot be very decent stuff. havent tried it yet, but im pretty sure the enw lotuses are using it. Ik now they have psray on clear bras.