I was thinking about using this on the rocker panels on my truck and wanted to know if any body has had any experience with it pro or cons
It was originally designed to protect the blades on helicopters operating in the desert. Stopped the blades from pitting from the dust hitting them. Very strong and should last a long time. Put it this way, my wife and I were in her car traveling on a 5 lane North of Atlanta GA about 80mph in the midst of lots of traffic. All I saw was what looked like a child's stroller. I couldn't go anywhere and it hit the side of the front passenger bumper and hood, winshield pillar and the mirror. Everywhere I had the 3M was perfect and you could see scuffs on the plastic but no damage. Even the mirror took a direct hit and pretty much broke the mirror off but the stuff I put on the mirror was perfect... As soon as budget allows it will be on my truck. It's on my wife's new van and it looks great and has held up very well. Good investment if you plan on keeping your vehicles. At one time is was soo pricey it was reserved only for Ferrari's and other exotics but it really is worth the money they are charging these days...Iadiesel;1615116; said:How thick is the material, would it be thick enough to withstand rock chips or eventually would it wear through and have to be replaced?