Benefits of paint protection
If you have bought a new car, then chances are that in 2, 3 or 5 years you will want to sell it or trade it in. Ideally, when that time comes, your car will be as new looking as it is right now, because then you will get the most money for it.
It IS possible to keep your car looking brand new
Keeping your car looking brand new for many years is achievable and for many enthusiasts is a reality. They rinse off their cars every day and keep the wax topped up. Dirt ages a car and attacks paintwork, keeping your car protected with a good coating of wax makes all the difference. Many enthusiasts we know actually keep a bucket and sponge in the boot along with a spray bottle of liquid wax, so that at the first sign of dirt they can deal with it no matter where they are.
Paint sealant protection offers an easier alternative to waxing. Unlike wax which evaporates in a few weeks, a paint sealant will last for years with a minimum of work to keep it topped up.
Paint sealants differ from waxes in that they amount to a plastic coating which not only lasts longer, but is far more durable to the effects of UV radiation, road salts, industrial fallout, environmental pollution, acid rain, bird muck and tree sap. Although even a paint sealant is not impervious to many of these things, the extra protection means that you have far longer to remove them before permanent damage can occur. This is all you really need to attend to, making sure the car is washed on a regular basis. With the paint sealant resisting the adhesion of dirt, washing your car becomes easy as all you need do is wet, wash and rinse. There is no need for additional polishes and waxes.
When the time comes to sell your car, you will know that your paintwork will be in pristine condition, there will be no fading, staining, etching or rust. The higher price your car will command will pay you back every penny you spent on a paint protection package.
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This page was last updated on Tue, 11 January, 2011
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