It looks like people prefer to put a wrap like XPEL there...Does anyone make a splash guard or debris guard for the front and rear fenders for the Cayman 981? Someone must offer this to prevent the shotgun effect on the rear of each lower fender. Thanks.
Bruce in Arizona
I've got more chips on my roof ( along the windshield edge) than on my hood and none on my doors. Got a few small specks behind rear wheels but hardly noticeable unless laying under the car. 66K miles mixed city and interstate use. No film anywhere.Yep. In the case of my GTS (and hopefully soon, GT4), everything you see in yellow was clearbra'd. Even on the rear bumper cover and A pillars you have to be within about 6 feet and be looking for it, to see it.
Car has a bit less than 3K on it (2000 of which were in the mountains) and obviously still looks new. XPEL Ultimate has a 10 year warranty, but I'm realistically expecting a 5-6 year service life before I'd replace and re-apply. Front trunk cover took a heckuva rock on Day 2 of ownership. Took a while for it to heal, but prevented what likely would've been a chunk taken out otherwise.How well does the wrap stand up to the weathering on these very exposed parts?