PRLog (Press Release)
- Jan. 11, 2009 -
After being in the body shop business for over twenty-seven years, I’ve seen plenty of damaged vehicles in my time. I’ve also seen a lot of damaged paint caused by bugs, tar, sap and road grime which required expensive solutions to fix. Some of the worst damaged paint I’ve ever seen was due to the lack of bug protection. Everyone knows when the Spring and the Fall seasons are near because the bugs are flying everywhere. Whether you’re traveling on vacation or just commuting back and forth to work, the bugs are terrible while driving. Down in the southern part of the country there’s a specific insect called a love bug. These love bugs actually have acid within their bodies. If they are left on your automotive paint for any length of time, they will eat through your paint finish and leave pits on the surface of the vehicle which resembles rock chips. All bug guts are particularly damaging on plastic bumpers and mirrors.
Most paint hazards when left on for a period of time are extremely hard to remove. There are certain car care products on the market such as a bug and tar remover to help with bug protection. Unfortunately, a majority of these don’t work like they say they do. Some methods of vehicle paint protection include a car bra, bug shield, car cover, clear bra and paint protection film. The most convenient way to protect cars, trucks and even RV’s from bugs, tar and road grime is a paint film protection called Road Wrap. It’s a disposable car film that can be cut to fit any vehicle and left on for up to seven days. One roll of Road Wrap will wrap the front of an average size vehicle up to six times. It applies easily and removes cleanly. For more information visit www.buyroadwrap.com.
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About Road Wrap: Road Wrap is a disposable film design to easily protect car paint.
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