Mirror Guards

Discussion in 'Tech/Mech General' started by rich g, Jul 15, 2016.

  1. rich g

    rich g Funster

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    Having my mirror smashed i wondered whether to buy Guards,i they worth it and if so which make should i go for.

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    mirror guards are a lot heavier duty than the milenco mirror guards, expensive but you get what you pay for
     
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    We bought them after smashing an offside mirror in the Highlands. Really good thing to have as they are very white and stand out to approaching drivers much more for some reason. A good investment I would say :) Just one thing if you do buy them. We are not good at reading instructions (gets us in all sorts of trouble!) and just got them out of the packet and pushed them on to the wing mirrors - with difficulty. Then read the instructions which advised that you warm them gently with a hair drier first and then ease them gently over the wing irons ........ Still ours are on and there is not much chance of them ever coming off!!!!
     
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