My second post (after my "Hello" vent in the newby forum), so I apologize if this has been asked before (I searched, but couldn't find a similar thread).
PhotBlocker spray causes increased reflectivity off the license plate so as to overexpose photos taken with visible-light, flash-linked red-light and speed cameras. But it seems logical to me that if more light is reflected, then that increases the plate's laser reflectivity too.
Has anyone experimented to see by how much the jamming distance of a laser-jammer is degraded (as in, increased) when paired with a PhotoBlocker-spray-treated license plate?
Also, I saw a post yesterday where someone use BOTH Laser Veil AND either PhotoBlocker spray on their license plats. Seems like those two products cannot possibly work harmoniously - they aim to achieve opposite goals.