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If
you have bought a new car, then chances are that in a few 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
car buffs is a reality. They rinse off their cars every day and keep the
wax in top shape. Dirt ages a car and attacks the paint job, keeping
your car protected with a good coating of wax makes all the difference.
Many aficionados we know actually keep a bucket and sponge in the trunk
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.

However; for most of us who lead busy lives and have other priorities,
it isn’t practical to wash and wax our cars once a week, let alone three
times a week! Although we start off as we mean to go on, the chances
are that washing the car will become a chore and this is even truer for
waxing. The result is that as time goes on, we will do it less and less
often. And as it starts to show that we have done less, we are even less
inclined to get out there on a Sunday morning with a bucket and sponge.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 in top shape.

If
you were to look at your paintwork under a microscope, you would see
that it isn’t smooth, it is full of pores and looks much like the
surface of an orange. Every time it rains, the average car will soak up
over a pint of water. Just think what else it soaks up! The environment
is full of chemicals which are harmful to paint, from salts on the road,
to acid rain. Sealing these holes protects the paint and even makes it
stronger giving you some degree of protection against stone chips and
minor scratches. The tough coating also blocks harmful UV radiation
which can bleach the color from your car.


How often do you wax your car?


Recent independent tests carried out here in the States of all the major
brands of retail car wax proved that most natural waxes last no more
than four weeks (despite what the manufacturers may claim) This means
that by week three, the wax will only be providing minimal protection
and will give virtually no resistance against bird droppings, tree sap
and heavy pollutants. Although synthetic waxes can last far longer (up
to 20 weeks), you have to realize that after 10 weeks, the wax will only
have half the protection it did when first applied.
Paint
sealants differ from waxes in that they amount to a coating which not
only lasts longer, but is far more durable to the effects of UV
radiation, road salts, environmental pollution, industrial fallout, acid
rain, bird droppings and tree sap. Nevertheless; even a paint sealant
is not impermeable 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 concentrate on, 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.

Sealants pay you back

The end result is that you have guaranteed the paint job for life of the
paint sealant. Your car will remain looking new and you have little
work to do.When
the time comes to sell your car, you will know that your paint job will
be in immaculate 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.

 

Call SunGuard Today! 1-87-SOUTH FLA

 



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