SYSTEM 6 PAINT PROTECTION
SYSTEM 6 PROTECTION
Chips, cracks, or any other defects in your car’s paint can severely affect its appearance. Our paint protection services are designed to keep your vehicle looking like new, no matter what you encounter on the road. Get in touch with us to learn more about the paint protection services we provide!
S6 POLYMERIZED PTFE PAINT PROTECTION
The protective layer enhances the paint’s natural gloss and reduces holograms, giving the vehicle a vibrant and showroom-like appearance.
The smooth finish of this paint protection reduces dirt accumulation by up to 80%, along with increasing paint life by 50%. This reduces the need for frequent polishing, cleaning, and waxing.
The slippery finish helps shield the vehicle’s paint from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays, which can cause fading, oxidation, and deterioration of the paint over time. It also provides additional limited chemical resistance to your vehicle.
S6 NANO CERAMIC 9H PAINT PROTECTION
The “9H” stands for the hardness of the ceramic coating. This means the coating forms an exceptionally tough and durable shield on the paint surface, offering superior resistance against scratches, swirl marks, and minor abrasions.
The durability of this paint protection is greater than S6 Polymerized PTFE Paint Protection, due to it being designed to last for an extended period of time. It also provides UV light protection and limited chemical resistance.
This choice of paint protection reduces holograms and dirt accumulation, reducing the need for frequent waxing, washing, and services in maintaining the vehicle’s appearance.
PROFESSIONAL APPLICATION OF SYSTEM 6 PAINT PROTECTION
No matter the paint protection you choose, we will provide a comprehensive process that can ensure optimal performance and longevity. This includes a personalised consultation to better understand your wants, needs, and expectations, especially if you are unsure which paint protection is best for you. Furthermore, our expert technicians will also conduct a thorough inspection of the vehicle to identify any holograms, scratches, or dents that may need to be corrected before applying the protective coating.