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I am trying to decide how to do my hood. I am thinking Matte Black wrap and I am going to put the "Bumper Extension" like the T/A's.
I also want to put the Paint protection Film over it and the Front bumper.
Trying to figure out if putting the clear PPF over Matte will look to glossy.
I know about the Matte PPF but that will not work on the front bumper.
Any body done it and have some pics so I can get an idea of what it looks like before I decide?
Either on the hood or fender stripes
 

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Sometimes my matte black Shaker looks faded. I was also looking into options on protecting the finish.
 

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I believe there is a matte clear available if not mistaken.
Yes I know but due to the bumper extension I would not be able to use it and have it match the hood, unless I wanted the front bumper matte over the color part.
 

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Why can't you put the stealth PPF on the extension as well?

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you mean cut the clear around the extension and put stealth on the extension? There would be a seam on top of the bumper cover.
 

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Many people get partial PPF on hood, fenders, etc. It's barely noticeable even up close. That part would be easy as it has the front lip for the edge

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Dont mind the dirtiness, I just took the pic to show you the xpel stealth on the matte and the normal xpel on the bumper. Seam is virtually invisible

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