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      01-22-2020, 12:21 PM   #12
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Drives: 2020 X5 M50i
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Originally Posted by slampert View Post
For that matter, what's the paint going to look like 7 to 10 yrs down the road when the PPF fails and has to be removed. I'm told Xpel (which I just had installed on most of the forward facing surfaces of my X) carries a 10 year warranty. The headlights were not done due to a miscommunication with my installer. My car is MW and not subject to routine extended exposure to direct sun. If I had a darker color and lots of sun, and planned to keep the car for an extended period, I'd be very wary of all of these films. Additional empirical evidence would really help.
The PPF is designed to be able to be removed without harming the paint. I imagine in 10 years when the Xpel starts to show signs of yellowing, you would peel it off and have a showroom finish paint job underneath.