I've tried to find an answer to this question both here in the forum and online but haven't had much success. I will be taking delivery of a 2103 Blue Topaz Volt this afternoon! Can't wait!
In anticipation of this I have made an appointment (next week) to have a clear bra installed on the car. Everyone who has ever had one seems to swear by them for keeping the finish of your car looking showroom new.
I know that a clear bra is "clear" (if you pay for a good quality one) and that at the edges of the clear bra installation you can see a hairline look at the edge of the film. Understood.
Never having actually seen a clear bra installed before I do still have some hesitation as I don't want to be sorry later. My question is this. Does the surface of an installed clear bra look "smooth as glass" like the actual paint finish on your car? Or does it bring with it a bit of waviness or tiny bumps and ripples?
I am picturing the clear protective film that I often put on the face of a cell phone or other touch-screen devices and those often have a surface that is less than smoooooth.
The benefit of your experience is appreciated!