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Nice selzini! Finally out of the dark room! :p

What brand of tints and percentage did u get?

I find the last pic funny! The one in the attached thumbnails! Not sure why! ;)
 

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Finally pics!!!! Looking very nice!!! Welcome back!!!!:D
 

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Nice selzini! Finally out of the dark room! :p

What brand of tints and percentage did u get?

I find the last pic funny! The one in the attached thumbnails! Not sure why! ;)
For some reason, I can't get the pictures in the place I want them. I've been trying to cut and paste them, but to no avail. I'm going to try to add some more, so feel free to go back to the post. Oh, and those pictures are from the CD that I had made from the film.:D

The tint is 35% ceramic - I think it's Pinnacle.
 

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View attachment 7777 Love Bugs

View attachment 7785 Great gas mileage. LOL

I do love the picture contrasting old and new.

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I really hope you had opti coat or even a clear bra applied to the front end. getting those bugs off will be a PITA for you or your detailer.
Opti Coat will be a good idea to keep the red from fading, i believe they have some UV tech built into it to pro-long the fading process.
 

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I really hope you had opti coat or even a clear bra applied to the front end. getting those bugs off will be a PITA for you or your detailer.
Opti Coat will be a good idea to keep the red from fading, i believe they have some UV tech built into it to pro-long the fading process.
I think the paint sealant and waxing helped in the removal of the crap. I used them on the G, and the front still looked new after more than six years.
 

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I think the paint sealant and waxing helped in the removal of the crap. I used them on the G, and the front still looked new after more than six years.
yeah it's a good chance it did
if the Q50 was a few years old then it would be so much
at least if it did get tough, using a clay bar would help big time without having to use heavy paint damaging chemicals.
 
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