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Is it worth it or is it a another way for the salesman to make a few more quid

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steve hill said:
One for Mortz
Is it worth it or is it a another way for the salesman to make a few more quid

Be honest now


Thanks for your Q?


Is it worth the extra?....if it's applied properly I'd say yes it is

The application should take about 24 hours to apply using a 2 stage process.....

You will definatley see much more shiny paint once applied



Opinions will be divided and thats ok



For example if you had 2 black cars next to each other one has been PG and the other not....you will tell which one has had the treatment



The Fabric and leather treatment does it's job well.



Should you ever take your Evoque or any other car to your local valet people... make sure they DONT spray your car 1st in TFR ( traffic film remover ) as it strips off the Pureguard

Our Valeters do use TFR after your car has had it's service etc as part of the valet process....they will not use it if they know your pride n joy has been pureguarded



Hope this helps?




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I been offered the Supagard treatment for £300. I ordered a Fuji White car
Would you recommend getting the Supagard treatment on a White car I noticed you said you could tell the difference on a black car
 

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Save yourself a fortune and get a good quality polish and put a coat of collonite wax on. The car keeps the shinny polished look and the wax protects it from road film, bird crap etc. The car looks great in the wet as the water beads on the car and mud finds it real hard to stick to it.

I think thats a much better option and loads cheaper.
 
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