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Just came back from chatting with my independent PPF guy. We discussed tint. He suggested ceramic tint vs the old style (plastic i think). Apparently it is superior quality, stands up to heat much better. Any thought?
Also, he has been doing PPF for many many years, mostly high end cars. He always covers the headlights (including my macan). Despite dealers claiming it should not be done due to heat emitting, he claims it is a myth. These lights do not emit any heat (led lights that is). Thoughts?
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Just came back from chatting with my independent PPF guy. We discussed tint. He suggested ceramic tint vs the old style (plastic i think). Apparently it is superior quality, stands up to heat much better. Any thought?
Also, he has been doing PPF for many many years, mostly high end cars. He always covers the headlights (including my macan). Despite dealers claiming it should not be done due to heat emitting, he claims it is a myth. These lights do not emit any heat (led lights that is). Thoughts?
My roof and windows are down 80% of the time so I didn't look into it but ceramic tint seems to be the newest technology on the market with the best heat and UV protection. And my dealer only offers ceramic tint now. The only downside seems to be the price. But who's counting? 馃槄

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I have Ceramic Pro ceramic tinted windows. It makes a huge difference on keeping out the heat - but I live in Los Angeles. I got it with no additional tinting so it has no impact on my nighttime driving. I highly recommend getting a demo of how it blocks out heat at a Ceramic Pro elite dealer. It's quite impressive.

Just came back from chatting with my independent PPF guy. We discussed tint. He suggested ceramic tint vs the old style (plastic i think). Apparently it is superior quality, stands up to heat much better. Any thought?
Also, he has been doing PPF for many many years, mostly high end cars. He always covers the headlights (including my macan). Despite dealers claiming it should not be done due to heat emitting, he claims it is a myth. These lights do not emit any heat (led lights that is). Thoughts?
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