[s-cars] Re: [s-cars]3m clear bra Scotchcal

Tom Green trgreen at comcast.net
Tue Nov 4 10:39:56 EST 2003

> Original message:

> From: "Ron Kirkham" <ronk at oparch.com>
> To: "S-Cars Web Ring (E-mail)" <s-car-list at audifans.com>
> Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2003 14:23:45 -0700
> Subject: [s-cars] 3m clear bra
> Hello all,
> Does anyone have a source for the 3m clear bra material?  I have only
> found
> it available to "installers" ie, only those in the business from a
> wholesaler or two.  I'm not an installer, but I have seen it applied,
> and
> don't think it's too difficult for the average guy.
> I'm thinking of applying it to my lower door panels below the trim
> strip to
> prevent rock damage from the winter cinders.  I do have the "Colorado
> required mud flaps"(Crmf's) there now, but am looking for
> alternatives.  Any
> thoughts, or BTDT?
> Ron Kirkham
> 93 S4

> http://cms.3m.com/cms/US/en/2-168/czrRFFU/view.jhtml

This site should answer the mail, Ron.   There are suppliers that sell
it (Scotchcal) in bulk rolls.  We use it for commercial graphics in
colors, but don't have an application for clear.  The paint protection
film will be about 7mm, much thinner than stoneguard so it will stretch
around compound curves.   I bought my auto and RV stuff from
in kits.

Tom '95 S6

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