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    Wipers yes too. Exoshield has an Exocare program where for $40 i believe they will ship out 4 sets of new wipers in a year. but definitely a few factors contributes to delaminating.

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    Yep and if its within their standard warranty period, go back to your installer to have it replaced. if the shop/installer no longer does Exoshield, call their 1888 number and tell them. they will direct you to other installers.

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    My cars have magic wipers with embedded washer fluid, so I doubt they'd cover that in their plan. My E53 exoshield was fucked in under a year, got bad at around the 6 month point. Writing off the loss and removed it. Don't have the time or patience to go get it reinstalled regularly.
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    I did - I replaced it about 3 times before i took it off for good.

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    Bringing back an old thread, for those of you have removed it, any tips on how to safely remove the film? The exoshield on my wife's car has delaminated to a point that it is really difficult to see out of now on a sunny day. Should I just heat it up with a hair dryer or heat gun and pull it off slowly? Then cleanup with goo gone and then Windex to clean the windshield after?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsingh View Post
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    Bringing back an old thread, for those of you have removed it, any tips on how to safely remove the film? The exoshield on my wife's car has delaminated to a point that it is really difficult to see out of now on a sunny day. Should I just heat it up with a hair dryer or heat gun and pull it off slowly? Then cleanup with goo gone and then Windex to clean the windshield after?
    I had ShadowTint remove it for me. They told me that it comes off in chunks so that makes it annoying. Probably worth it to let the installer deal with it.
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    Beyond, bunch of creme puffs on this board.
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