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Old 02-26-2020, 06:40 PM #9
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Originally Posted by TripleJ View Post
In Canada. Over time the film will degrade. It'll never look as clean as glass. It's kind of soft so if someone took sandpaper or a rough cleaner to it it would scuff up. Same with Lexan, clean gently with microfiber. We installed lexan at a synagogue one time because their windows kept getting smashed but when they couldn't break them they started spray painting them. To clean the paint off the got scuffed up really bad. Not sure what kind of bullet 12 mm will stop, but it'll stop any brick or the like.
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