I'm not sure of the technology, pros-cons of teflon or
non-teflon. For my ride, the PPS was done in July 06 and
the shine is still capturing glances. In fact, i kept
getting questions like "is this a new car?" or "new coat
Be it 18mths or 24mths warranty, to me, if it last 12mths, i'm happy with it. Here's my basic justification before deciding on PPS:
- Car Polish Shops
- Annual membership of about $300-400/yr (is this some prestiges membership?? crap)
- Per polish cost $50-80
- Average shine last 1-2mths thus have to polish ever 2mths = 6 times per year.
- Looking at cost, $300 (min) plus ($50x6) = $600/yr.
Comparing that with PPS which cost in the region of $250 (after discount), it makes better $$ sense to go for PPS. Apart from direct savings, i also do not need to waste time sending the car for regular polishing or DIY.
On benefits of PPS, i'm ignorant too, but here's my perception.
- Provides a smooth finishing, thus the extra showroom shine.
- Protects the paint from weather/environmental conditions.
- removes swirl lines and does not contribute to further abrasion swirl lines
- able to withstand bird droppings and stains
- Cosmectically more beautiful car, preserving the paint and shine.
With these considerations, PPS is the way to go..
-- MC --
its awesome...recommended by bros here
the day i collected my ride from unique last thursday, it was raining all the way till this afternoon..really heart pain.. but when i washed it just now, can really see and feel the difference now that the cs-II sealent is there...
-- jalibhoy --
U shd do the PPS to let them remove the wax, show u the hidden scratch mark, let them remove the marks and coat with PPS to protect the paintwork. Afterwhich they guarantee the shine for 18-24 months while washing is a breeze. Its a life example on my white ride. :)
-- Zo (lancerzo58) --