Join Date: Oct 2002
Location: Down by the Seaside
County: N E Lincs
Re: That 'Diamond Bright' Stuff Dealers Try And Sell You For £300 A Go
Not sure when it should go on but I know how it works which may help.
When the finished paint surface is created there are micro pits in it and it is these little pits that harbour dust and grime and cause the loss of shine and lustre to your paintwork.
The Supaguard fills these tiny holes, bumps and blemishes to make the surface even and smooth all over. Because of this there are not as many (if any) places for the grime to settle and stick to the paint's surface.
I suppose if you think of how smooth your car's paint is when you have given it a really good polish that must be the effect that the Supaguard (or any of those procucts) must promote long term.
As much as I detest being forced it down my throat when buying a new car the stuff does work quite well but then again those results are gained on lovely fresh paintwork on a car that hasn't been rained on, shone on and **** on!