Yupp, sure can. I have had this on my Armada since the first week I bought the car and I LOVE the product.Mauno said:I have seen some information regarding 3m protective film for chip protection on paint. I am looking for some user comments on whether it is all its billed up to be. Can anyone comment from firsthand experience about this product?
I recall seeing full frontal installations around $600. But that was on a Lexus and what the dealership was charging, I think that you want a professional to install it. I bought some just for covering headlights on my other cars and also put some on my Mada foglights. I can't see installing the 3M film with out effing it up. - Here is a good test. If you can install window tint on double convex windows with absolutely, positively no bubbles, then you might want to give 3M film a shot, otherwise find an installer. You might be able to find authorized installers via the 3M website..... Matter of fact give this a shot....drcookie said:Where can I get this protective film? How much does it cost? Any help???
The older, cheaper stuff did turn yellow after about 3 years….which had a lot to do with the materials used and the way it was taken care of. A lot of people used dish soap and water for the install, which caused premature yellowing. The new 3M tape installed properly and taken care of (washed and waxed with the rest of the paint) will last anywhere from 5-7 years. Well worth it in my opinion, and cheaper then painting and repairing all the chips your gonna get.baseballfanz said:No personal experience here but my cousin had some on his Lexus (installed by dealer at time of purchased). Look great at first, could'nt tell it was there, but after about 3 years it turn a yellowish tint.
Just like I said!!!andy said:I finally washed, clay bar'd, and polished the Armada today. I had 8 rock chips down to metal on the front of hood. The part right over the grill.
You guys are smart to have put this stuff on.