It is getting close to the holidays, and if you haven’t already started thinking about all the amazing gifts you are going to buy, now is the time. I’m not here to tell you to buy precut Rear Bumper Guards for all your friends and family. I’m here to say: with all those gifts you are going to be loading in your trunk, shouldn’t your rear bumper be protected?
Even if you are not big into buying gifts for the holidays. If you have ever put a body in a trunk, you know the scratches you can get from their clothes and cement boots. The cement boots do some terrible damage to the rear-bumper. You could put the cement boots on them after they’re in your trunk, but sometimes you get the steps out of order. Like that one time you forgot to leave the gun and take the cannoli.
If you don’t use your trunk for gifts or bodies, most likely you have tried to stuff that prized Blue Marlin into it. I know the feeling. You are tired from the 27 hour fight the monstrosity of a fish gave you. Your arms are weak, and you just can’t muster the strength to lift the 1200lb fish. So you design an elaborate pulley system and just when the Marlin is lined up with the trunk… SNAP!… the string breaks and you now have that giant spear-like nose thing stuck in your bumper. What a way to end a great fishing trip.
I could go on with great ways our precut Rear Bumper Guards can protect your car. I won’t because I’m pretty sure most people have experience at least one of those situations. However, I could be wrong.
-Your Fun-Loving-Mafia-Fishing Lamin-x Team
P.S. Just in case you didn’t catch it (fishing pun, almost). We were joking about the alternative uses for the trunk. However, we weren’t joking about the precut Rear-Bumper Guards, those things are great!