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Mercedes C63 AMG Dressed in Matte Black via Satin Guard Wrap

The C63 AMG you see in the adjacent images might have left behind its factory glossy black finish for a matte one using a wrap, but this didn’t happen in the way you’d imagine.
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Thus, the car was not wrapped in matte black, but was gifted with a clear coat that offers it this look. Premier Protective Films gifted the car with a Satin Guard protective film, which is 8 mm thick. The vehicle also received a Diamond Cut IT Nano Tint for the windows.

Let’s hear what the aftermarket developer has to say about this: “This is not vinyl. Vinyl is typically 1.5 mils - 2.5 mils thick. Satin Guard is a film that comes with two tone based on lighting conditions and actually has protective capabilities like traditional paint protection film.”

In addition to that, Premier Protective Films claims that the protective film can last up to over five years, whereas vinyl starts to wear off after one year.

 
 
 
 
 

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