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Old 07-10-2015, 11:21 PM   #31
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Durability is my concern with the paint. Wandering if the sun would but it off and eventually look worse like it does on my deck. I made a shade from an old car privacy shade but here my concern is super heating the bubble. It gets very hot between the shade and the bubble. ?Definitely will use the 303, though.

I wonder if the body shop sprayed it and put the clear coat on, like on the coach body, if that would work.
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Old 07-11-2015, 07:26 AM   #32
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Durability is my concern with the paint. Wandering if the sun would but it off and eventually look worse like it does on my deck. I made a shade from an old car privacy shade but here my concern is super heating the bubble. It gets very hot between the shade and the bubble. ?Definitely will use the 303, though.

I wonder if the body shop sprayed it and put the clear coat on, like on the coach body, if that would work.
The only way to keep from super heating the bubble is to put a shield over the bubble instead of just painting it. Even the surface of white cars get hot.
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