Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Clearshield Windshield Protection Film






Installed the new Clearshield Windshield Protection Film - 4 mil on a 1993 Mazda Miata. Protects the windshield from stone chips and sand abrasion.  More importantly it helps to protect your OEM windshield from being replaced and possibly reducing the structural integrity of the windshield/frame assembly.  




Tuesday, August 23, 2011

DiNoc Wrap

What's really neat about the 3M Di NOC wrap material is you can cover worn, damaged or even new parts and make a great statement!  Here we covered this 1990 Miata Instrument Pod - Looks like new while adding that awesome Carbon Fiber look and feel. See more at http://www.clearshieldprotection.com/Di%20Noc%203M%20Film.htm

Monday, August 22, 2011

Should I purchase clear bra from my car dealership?



While buying products directly from the dealership at the time of vehicle purchase has its benefits, i.e., the costs can be included in the financing, some believe it is the only way to get the product, they will get a warranty, some believe it is just easier, and finally, some believe the cost will be about the same so they might as well just get it all at the same time and from the same location. While many of these reasons are correct, here are some other issues you should consider:

· Many dealerships try to install film with their current employees and as such may not meet the clients’ quality standards.

· Should you wish to use a dealership to install your clear bra insure they are using a certified installer which is experienced, reputable, offers both a manufacture's and installation warranty.

· Dealerships may use least cost films and kit designs. The kits are preset, no coverage options and offer minimal coverage which often miss the critical protection areas.

· Dealerships may not provide you with a manufacture's warranty card or offer no installation warranty.

· Dealerships may charge an absorbent cost for the clear bra, knowing the clear bra will be included in your vehicles' purchase.

· Dealerships want to get the job done quickly and as inexpensively as possible in order to get the car out the door. This benefits the dealership and not the client.