I’m still waiting to hopefully take delivery of my white Model 3 this week. As soon as I get my car I want to have a full Satin/Stealth PPF wrap put on and I have been getting estimates from local recommended shops. One shop that has exceptional reviews told me that they do not recommend trying to wrap the film around the really tight body gaps at the front bumper because after time the rubbing will cause the film to lift. He said this is also the case with the really hard edge at the bottom corners of the windshield. So they use plotter cut pieces that go up to edge and with satin PPF wraps they hit the painted edge with 3k grit sand paper to give the exposed painted edge the satin look so it does not flash next to the satin PPF. Anybody else heard of this technique or what are your thoughts on the edges in the right areas lifting?