A new product from Heatshield will make those with loud exhaust systems or stereos, and pretty much the majority of the drivers on the road a little less annoyed with their car’s sounds. Their new LP shield is made to eliminate annoying license plate rattle that could also be damaging your paint. This material is formulated to act as a barrier between your plate and bumper.
By stopping the rattling at your plate, you can protect your license plate frame and the finish on the body of your car. The LP Shield is only 0.125” thick, so it’s not going to change fitment of your plate. It’s also extremely resistant to the elements, and won’t deteriorate out in the sun or rain. Learn more about it in the official release from Heatshield Products below.
Eliminate Annoying License Plate Rattles, and Protect a Car’s Finish, with LP Shield from Heatshield Products
- Protects paint and chrome from damage
- Specially formulated to withstand exposure to elements
- Lightweight and .0125-inch thick for easy installation
- Made in the USA
Prevent a rattling license plate and license plate frame from damaging paint or a chrome bumper with the new LP Shield from Heatshield Products.
LP Shield is a specially formulated material that acts as a protective barrier between the license plate and a car’s body or bumper, while also eliminating vibration.
LP Shield is lightweight and only a miniscule 0.125-inch thick, making for a simple installation and secure fitment on any license plate or license plate frame. LP Shield is resistant to the elements and UV exposure, so it will not deteriorate.
Heatshield Products has engineered and manufactured heat-barrier products for more than 30 years, serving the performance and racing industry with the highest quality products at competitive prices. The company is family owned and operated, and is proud to make its products in the USA.
For more information, contact Heatshield Products at 844-723-2665 or visit heatshieldproducts.com.
Shawn Henry is a Texas native who has spent the majority of his career building and selling F-Bodies and Corvettes. Now studying journalism, he is taking a new direction with his love of performance vehicles.