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2019/10/21 16:30:29 (permalink)

992 Video : PPF Fitting

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXnyfa05yOo
 
The work involved in fitting PPF to a 992.

Current ride;
992 C2S
Previous rides;
718 S
Macan Turbo
987 S
986 S

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    Carlton
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    Re: 992 Video : PPF Fitting 2019/11/08 22:33:14 (permalink)
    I am shocked they did not even prep the bodywork apart from a wash 😱no decontamination at all.  l would strongly advise a 1st stage machine polish on the bodywork to ensure the paint looks it’s best. All ready for the film to be applied on to.
    post edited by Carlton - 2019/11/08 22:34:41

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    Re: 992 Video : PPF Fitting 2019/11/20 14:37:35 (permalink)
    Perhaps that was all done offline so that they could just cover the PPF install?
     
    My local detailer has a special area for applying PPF to keep the risk of dust etc down to a minimum and his guys wear special overalls and gloves for the same reason. He also said that they would go through the same level of prep for PPF as they would for a ceramic coating to ensure the paint was as good as possible. 

    It’s such a minefield, not only because you are trusting your pride and joy to someone you do not know but it’s also hugely expensive to have this type of protection applied.
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