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    Question EZ Shield Temporary Paint Protector?

    Google showed me an ad for this product after I posted on another thread:

    http://www.ezshieldpaintprotector.co...EZ-Shield-c10/

    Has anyone tried it? There's only one review on Amazon, which also offers a similar product called Road Wrap (again, only one review):

    http://www.amazon.com/Road-Wrap-6-x-100/dp/B005UQKPWC/

    Doesn't seem to be much info about these products, but I wonder if they might be better alternatives to the blue painters tape that some people use for long drives.
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    Re: EZ Shield Temporary Paint Protector?

    It's about the same as 3M Automotive Film (which is white). Works very well at the track, quick application, quick removal.

    I've purchased from here:
    http://www.surfacearmor.com/
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    Re: EZ Shield Temporary Paint Protector?

    Quote Originally Posted by HIJACKER View Post
    It's about the same as 3M Automotive Film (which is white). Works very well at the track, quick application, quick removal.

    I've purchased from here:
    http://www.surfacearmor.com/
    Never heard of it before. Thanks for the info!
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    Re: EZ Shield Temporary Paint Protector?

    or you can use Painter tape, leaves no marks on the paint and is super thick. I just had a friend do his whole front of the car for a long drive cross country,

    it cost 1.30 a roll and you can keep it in your trunk for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawn110975 View Post
    or you can use Painter tape, leaves no marks on the paint and is super thick. I just had a friend do his whole front of the car for a long drive cross country,

    it cost 1.30 a roll and you can keep it in your trunk for years.
    OP was looking for an alternative. Painters tape also has a higher tack to it, BAD idea for anyone with fresh paint to do. The 3M film I use is wider strips, much faster to apply and remove, and provides much mo protection IMO.
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