Lee's Exige

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ImageSo today I have done a terrible job, fitting PPF to the sills. Its gone on not so bad just need lots of paitence that I dont have 😂😂 however it will do the job and keep the paint safe 😬
While I was at it I made up some little pieces to protect the rear lower clam.
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That looks fiddly. I dont mind spannering but stuff with minute detail in I am stuffed at
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I can't even get a Tegiwa sticker on my toolbox straight and without bubbles so lord knows how the PPF wizards get it done! That said I've seen some pretty ropey PPF jobs too from so-called wizards... :?

From the pics though it looks good, so it can't be that bad! Good work.
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I did similar when I first bought mine, but found something a bit narrow to closely match the OEM one. Unfortunately the Amazon seller I got it from no longer lists it, it was self-adhesive too so a doddle to fit, and it's survived a few run-ins with a pressure washer since!
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Not bad at all Lee, TBF PPF is a PITA to fit, it needs putting on PDQ and as ASAP TBH. Good effort :thumbup:
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