Used this on my route and it ended up blowing off. Guess its not made for open country driving. From PJs Unfortunately, some of the vehicles being made now are made of an alloy consisting of aluminum and SOME metal, which magnets will not stick very well. The door protectors seem to stick to the door, but have very little holding power. My advice is to make sure when you put the magnets on that they adhere very well. It will be kinda hard to remove the magnets if the vehicle has an all metal body. We have used these on my vehicle going to Conventions driving at speeds upwards to 85 MPH. shhhhh. LOL
Great. Room to put anything else for temporary purpose. IE: need stamps, just ask
Getting a second one to protect my rear door from boxes that fall open when pulling away. As long as you make sure they are adhered all the way around, these will stay on even at interstate level speeds. Has held up great! Every sign on my carrier is from PJ's and they have all held up great!
This is an excellent door protector. Very large. I only wish it was also a sign. From PJ's: John, You can get one that says U.S.MAIL in large letters for only $4 more! They are on the web site.
Item is just what I wanted. Shipping was higher priced than item. Most likely will find other places with less shipping costs next time. From PJ's: Sorry, but I can't help what the Postal Services charges me for shipping. I just checked this order and I actually had to pay $8.76 to ship. You had only paid $8.50 shipping when you placed the order, so it cost me more to ship your package than I received from you.
Packaging needs to be changed. Mine were rolled up with a thin rubber band around them. The band ate through cutting into the door protector making it split! Please use wider rubber bands in the future . I know with some wear they will completely split into! From PJ's: Thanks for your comment. we have not heard from any other customers on this issue. Could I offer an easy fix? with a straight edge and a razor (or scissors), just cut off the part that has a small split. You would only be losing no more than maybe an inch on the length.
Those thin rubber bands used to wrap around the door signs eat into the signs and make them split. Wider rubber bands would do better From PJ's: Thanks! I never thought about that since we don't see them again after we rubber band them. Makes sense!
Good magnet. Its prevented mailbox and tree from scratching my car. Highly recommend
I bought this knowing I would need to cover spots where the other magnet wouldn't. Very easy to cut and as long as you clean the surfaces of vehicle and magnet, and follow the directions and let it get some heat and apply immediately, every piece will stick and not come off. Drove my Honda CRV on route and on highway at 80mph and not one piece has come off! Awesome magnets!