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Tinted PPF lower door area

I have a black Model Y that now has mud flaps but didn't for several months during winter. Unfortunately, because of this I have some chips in the lower fender area. It isn't a big deal but drives me nuts when I see/feel the area when washing the car. My question is, has anyone done a colored ppf section or section or wrap in the area where the factory ppf goes? I was thinking if I could get a piece of film cut the right size, in the color back, then install it over the chipped areas it would look better. Like a piece of black XPel or something.
Is this crazy? Would it work? I would love to hear if anyone has tried this.
(Photo simply to clarify what area I am talking about, stolen from the Tesla website;)).

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