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I know this has been discussed before. A Local window tinter recommended I install this on my door panel widow wipers before I get the tint stripped and redone.
I know others have used Velcro but this is made for auto trim use.
I ordered it and received it, its not as thick as Velcro but the knap is more dense and softer.
They said they would install it but I do not want anyone messing with the door panels.
I'll be giving this a go as soon as I finish the bike I'm working on.

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Greg, I'll be curious as to how it holds up to the Texas heat, guess that test will be a few weeks away. Been wanting to tint the R Windows as well.

Been also watching this Moleskin on EBay that is supposed to withstand high heat/humidity.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Chevy-SSR-Anti-Scratch-Window-Tint-Kit-MoleSkin-Felt/250477066620?hash=item3a5198b97c:g:pNoAAOSw6GJaKaDh&vxp=mtr
Before you buy small sections for that price you might want to consider buying a complete roll of the mole skin. The CL Lawrence mole skin comes in 90 feet lengths for not much more than that ad is asking. Someone is always looking for some so you could sell pieces and make a little money back.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/CRL-Black-1-Wide-Moleskin-Channel-Liner-Solid-C5901/182063477710?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649
 

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I know there was some variant of Moleskin that some fanatics were using that wasn't handling the heat and was causing a lot of problems. I think that was that reason that some were changing to the fuzzy Velcro side. Not sure what brand was causing issues though.
 
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