We were recently visited by the guys from Armor All, and they showed us a brand new product that we're very excited about. It's a spray-on rubber coating called Custom Shield, and it's in the same vein as a vinyl film or wrap, except it's temporary (they tell us it lasts up to three months). We like it because it affords the full protection of a car bra, except it's inexpensive, it's easy to install, and it's easy to peel off when you're done. In our tech center demo, we sprayed it onto a restored vintage fastback Mustang, using masking tape to mask off some instant Shelby stripes. The satin black Custom Shield spray goes on easy, dries fast, and provides real protection to high-end paint jobs. The rubberized film has the look and feel of a vinyl graphic or a wrap, but peels off much easier. It also looks like a great product for protecting your quarter panels against rock chips, or on a drag car where hot rubber can stick to bare paint. Armor All says it's available in satin black, satin white, and satin clear at first, but more colors are coming. The best part is that as a spray, it offers customizing opportunities that no other product offers. It's coming soon to an auto parts store near you, so be on the lookout!