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    Safe on PPF

    I see that the new Pro M27 Sealant is afe to use on PPF (Paint Protective Film) and decals. Are any of the other new products safe to use on PPF and decals?

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    Re: Safe on PPF

    Quote Originally Posted by Vettefan View Post
    I see that the new Pro M27 Sealant is afe to use on PPF (Paint Protective Film) and decals. Are any of the other new products safe to use on PPF and decals?

    Vettefan
    Let me check on this for you...

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    Do not believe we have confirmed this Guz?
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    Re: Safe on PPF

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Winn View Post
    Let me check on this for you...


    Do not believe we have confirmed this Guz?
    Ok... Thanks Nick. Look forward to hearing back about this.

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    Re: Safe on PPF

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    Guz, I have confirmed the below,

    Meguiar's M788 Deep Crystal Ceramic Paint Coating is safe on PPF/Vinyl, but for optimal performance it should be applied to paint. We officially recommend either M27 PRO Hybrid Ceramic Sealant, M799 PRO Hybrid Ceramic Bead Booster, or both for PPF and gloss vinyl. For matte vinyl, we recommend first trying M799 at 1:3, as 1:1 may boost gloss more than desired.
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    Re: Safe on PPF

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Winn View Post
    Guz, I have confirmed the below,

    Meguiar's M788 Deep Crystal Ceramic Paint Coating is safe on PPF/Vinyl, but for optimal performance it should be applied to paint. We officially recommend either M27 PRO Hybrid Ceramic Sealant, M799 PRO Hybrid Ceramic Bead Booster, or both for PPF and gloss vinyl. For matte vinyl, we recommend first trying M799 at 1:3, as 1:1 may boost gloss more than desired.
    Thank you Nick! As always, you are the man!

    Vettefan

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