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    Default 3m Film Removed

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    Before and after 3m removal. Used a company in Fort Myers. They did a great job!

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    Awesome! It looks great! Did you see them do it? I am curious to know the process they used.
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    It took 3 people all day. I watched them on and off. It looked like heat for the film and a solution for the glue. Then they buffed and waxed the front. They used plastic scrappers which they sharpened with sand paper often. The company was very professional and left the site clean. It was 950 but worth every penny after watching them. I used https://uglyshieldremoval.com. I have no affiliation with the company except a happy customer.

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    What causes the mold to get under that stuff??
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    I am not sure. I would guess the deep cracks in the film allow for it. The company who did it said they are taking them off newer coaches as well. The process on an older coach really looked time consuming.

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    Wow! What an improvement.


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    I'm camped next to a guy with a Class C A pretty new one and his wasn't all cracked and dried out yet and there was mold underneath it. He took it off himself and it took him all week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Vicars View Post
    It took 3 people all day. I watched them on and off. It looked like heat for the film and a solution for the glue. Then they buffed and waxed the front. They used plastic scrappers which they sharpened with sand paper often. The company was very professional and left the site clean. It was 950 but worth every penny after watching them. I used https://uglyshieldremoval.com. I have no affiliation with the company except a happy customer.
    WOW! 950 is very cheap to remove and replace! There was no paint chips or peeling paint? Very lucky!

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