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laminxfilms meagerdude's article
Jul 31, 2019 at 9:31
Jul 31, 2019
7 Protective Frame Tapes Ridden & Rated
@ridintrials: to help prevent the dog scratching issue I'd go with a rear bumper guard - we carry a precut kit and a universal sized one and are produced with Suntek paint protection film which is one of the better ones out there in the auto industry. This is our bike frame protection film: https://www.lamin-x.com/accessories/bicycle-frame-tape-guard-matte.html https://www.lamin-x.com/accessories/bicycle-frame-tape-guard-glossy.html
laminxfilms meagerdude's article
Jul 31, 2019 at 9:28
Jul 31, 2019
7 Protective Frame Tapes Ridden & Rated
@Tominator17: would agree with you. 3M has made some nice improvements over the years to its PPF product.
laminxfilms meagerdude's article
Jul 31, 2019 at 9:25
Jul 31, 2019
7 Protective Frame Tapes Ridden & Rated
SunTek is what we typically use for our bike frame protection film. I know Xpel has a good reputation as well in the auto industry.
laminxfilms meagerdude's article
Jul 31, 2019 at 9:24
Jul 31, 2019
7 Protective Frame Tapes Ridden & Rated
That's a good idea @mtbkluth. I would recommend to folks doing that to make sure it is paint protection film otherwise the person assisting may give you something that will take the paint off of a bike frame. I would think most would understand you if you phrased it like you did re: that example.
laminxfilms meagerdude's article
Jul 31, 2019 at 8:05
Jul 31, 2019
7 Protective Frame Tapes Ridden & Rated
@okidou: thank you for the feedback! The Matte finish is my personal favorite as well and agree it blends in nicely. Let us know if we can be of further help to you! Take care! - Ben
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