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Stongard alert, was Stongard group purchase

On Tue, 6 Jul 1999 14:57:10 -0400, Richard Haroutunian wrote:

>If it's not too late, I need these too!
>Just got my Euros and need the Stonegaurds!!

Sorry to chime in late. I've been away.

A word of caution relative to Stongard: I recently discovered
that you can easily carve gaping holes in the Stongard film with
a high pressure washing wand while cleaning off dead insects,
etc. I couldn't believe it so I tried it again a few days later.
Yep. Sure can.

This never happened with the 3M film I had used last time
although the 3M film gradually pits over time. Mine had
lasted 3 years but could have done with replacing after two.
I'd say Stongard uses a material that's on the cheapo side. The
adhesive too. It takes a lot more work to keep the Stongard
film smoothly adhered.

DeWitt Harrison
Boulder, CO
88 5kcstq