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1 supagaurd on 6th November 2012, 11:25 am

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looks like very good stuff for all you bling bling chaps

for me likewise as i hate cleaning cars, once this stuffs applied its supposed to last for 3 years without waxing again Cool
im getting my new car coated with it, its around £300 to have complete car done and that includes all the interior too which aint too bad all things considered

tiff needell did a vid on it which you can probably find on youtube!

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2 Re: supagaurd on 6th November 2012, 3:05 pm

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I had a similar product put on a focus I bought 10 years ago, said it prevents rust aswell.
Did it fuck!
Polish your car with decent stuff costing around £20 off the shelf and it will last 12 months!

Personally I think it's a rip off!

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3 Re: supagaurd on 6th November 2012, 3:12 pm

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too late now stu the rust is sealed in place lol

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4 Re: supagaurd on 6th November 2012, 8:38 pm

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sorry bob have to agree with stu on this. we use supagaurd at my place & charge £300. in my opinion this is a bloody tuck up. its only a sealant & the end of the day. i use it to clean my toolbox Cool
if the car needs any paint correction this should be sorted before any sealant is applied.
as long as the paints all good it will come up nice & shiney but will defo not last 3 years. the supagaurd interior protector on the other hand is extreamly good but yet again will need to be reapplied. if you want a few cans give me a shout

5 Re: supagaurd on 6th November 2012, 9:03 pm

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I do a lot of detailing myself,the only long lasting wax that I use is colonite paste wax that last for 12months of water beading,again car does have to be prepped and any defects and swirls need to be corrected before applying any sealant or wax to get a perfect long lasting finish,tried supagaurd while back didn't think much of it to be honest,lots of stuff on the market though depends on budget too I suppose.

6 Re: supagaurd on 6th November 2012, 9:19 pm

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Ajay. wrote:I do a lot of detailing myself,the only long lasting wax that I use is colonite paste wax that last for 12months of water beading,again car does have to be prepped and any defects and swirls need to be corrected before applying any sealant or wax to get a perfect long lasting finish,tried supagaurd while back didn't think much of it to be honest,lots of stuff on the market though depends on budget too I suppose.

agree the Collinite stuff is amazing. i use the collinite 915 Marque D'Elegance this gives some nice beading Smile

7 Re: supagaurd on 6th November 2012, 10:56 pm

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bollox too late ive been stitched up with that one now lol

what is it exactly?
a polish or like a spray on laquer coat
not really into detailing so dont really understand Embarassed

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8 Re: supagaurd on 6th November 2012, 11:26 pm

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Bob at £300 notes I'm pretty certain someone can correct the paint on the new car of urs and apply a good sealant on there which wil be better lasting and protected throughout the winter,I did buy some supergaurd products they ain't to pricey either it's the actual £300 notes they charge to apply on your car which I really don't think it is worth it at all,not to sure on the supergaurd products,but in all honesty car can be machined and paint corrected and coated with good sealant or a wax which will last more better than supagaurd and will cost you less than 3bills,ul be amazed the amount of swirls and defects you'll see even on a new car under some proper lighting.

9 Re: supagaurd on 7th November 2012, 9:36 am

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my mother paid for something similar on a freelander that she bought.the car was only a month old so she paid it.a few months later she contacted the previous owner who also said they paid to have it done.later in the year the paint started fading contacted landrover and was told it wasnt covered by the warranty

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10 Re: supagaurd on 7th November 2012, 10:04 am

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its too late now aj as the cars being done as we speak and ive already paid for it Rolling Eyes

looking back i would have been better to pay you to detail the car properly for me as ive seen how good you brought that pulsar up, i was shocked to see how shiny the thing was when you came up to us last time.
still for future reference il bear this in mind, i wont get caught twice, really annoys me when i get taken for a ride but car cleaning and detailing has never been something thats interested me (my limit is get it dirty then chuck a bucket of soapy water over it then it looks clean to me lol)

but when youve chucked what i consider to be a shite load of money at an expensive new car then it does make you think about looking after it i guess.

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11 Re: supagaurd on 7th November 2012, 10:14 am

Ajay.


Not to worry bout it bob,your more than welcome to give me a shout anytime.

12 Re: supagaurd on 7th November 2012, 10:20 am

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cheers i will do aj and i mean that
il try get her detailed at least once a year so i will pay you to come down and do it for me as your work is top notch and i would rather give you the money than someone else i dont know

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