The two styles you pictured do not work.
All they do is form a low spot for trash to build up on.
I get paid every year to clean off at least 20 customers gutters and roofs so I get to see all kinds of ideas they had on keeping the leaves out.
The only ones I've seen that do work is the "rainfall type".
If you do install them make sure to take the the big stickers of of them, or they will fall off when they get wet and plug up the down spout. https://www.guttersupply.com/p-gutter-protection-solid-gutter-cover.gstml
New question. The hangers for my gutters (pic #1) won't interfere with any style cover so I would prefer to use the flat style, however, the sample I have is slightly larger than gutter opening which causes it to bend when installed (pic #2). If I flatten out the back of guard so it slides between shingle and drip edge, it seems to fit and mirrors pitch of roof (pic #3). Any input pro or con? Thanks
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