If you are considering buying a brand new or nearly new car then you may already have done your homework on which car suits your budget, is best for carrying the children around in safety or the dogs , maybe you are after a sports car or just a car to get you cheaply from a-b you may also have checked out the tax per annum how much to insure mpg etc.
All the above are major factors in the process of new car buying, once at your chosen dealership they may offer you a good bad part exchange for your old car ,they may offer other add on's and almost certainly offer paint protection systems like from companies such as autoglym, supaguard, guard x, diamondbright, etc at anywhere between £300 -£700 whilst any protection for your paintwork is good a lot of these systems are old technology and will not offer the claimed durability of between 3-10 years most lasting barely 6 months .
Some you have to apply lotions to keep them topped up regularly usually in 6-12 weekly intervals, sometimes if dealerships are rushed the products are not applied correctly and allowed to "cure" and so wash off in the first shower.
The new Ceramic coatings that are available now offer outstanding durability of upwards of 3 years with maintenance schedules of between 6-12 months, some ceramics will last 3 years like gtechniq c1 for instance or carpro,gyeon etc the newer tougher ceramic coatings like Liquid Elements Shield or Gtechniq Crystal serum for instance have a higher scratch resistance to wash marring and more protection against minor scratches and will last up to 7 years with the correct aftercare all that the customer need to do is basically wash the car with a car specific shampoo simple.
The new tougher coatings are like an extension of your cars clearcoat but as with the average clearcoat having a hardness of around 2-5 on the Mohs scale the ceramic coatings like Liquid Elements Shield have a rating of 9.3 diamond is 10 and will last the stated term with correct aftercare.
G3valeting can offer this service, whilst not cheap it is streaks ahead of the dealership offerings that do not offer the benefits of scratch resistance and minimum aftercare.
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