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Armorglove vs.3M Clearmask...

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I just had Armorglove (made by Dupont) installed on my 05 Cayenne. No problems with the install and it looks great. The installer told me they used a 3M product (Clear Bra) before and stopped because the glue yellowed, very noticeable on white cars. Another good thing about Armorglove is that it can be stretched in all directions which makes it easy to install and less cuts have to be made. The 3M product is rigid.

I'm sure there are pros and cons for both products, but I just told you everything i've been told.

Good luck.

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I had the dealer put the 3M film on my Cayenne the day I picked it up. That was almost two years ago and there is no evidence of yellowing. I live in Colorado and instead of using salt or magnesium on snowy roads the CODOT uses crushed granite and I can tell you that the front of the car takes a beating, especially windshields. The 3M material on the front has taken alot of hits and near as I can tell the paint has not. I would highly recommend the 3M but I do not have any experience with Armor Glove.

Good Luck with your C.

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