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    Has any one heard of this stuff....Supaguard Professional paint sealent. I was wondering if it is any good, as I have been given some?. Is it worth trying.

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    Ive heard of it but never used or heard of it being used. sorry cant be of more help but if its free it must be worth a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed taylor View Post
    Has any one heard of this stuff....Supaguard Professional paint sealent. I was wondering if it is any good, as I have been given some?. Is it worth trying.
    Think someone had it offered, as part of a new car deal so could be good stuff. How is it described there Ed? .....

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    I belive it is for professional use, and could quite well be the stuff they apply to a new motor.

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    i had it applied to mine... when i bought it..
    its basically a paint protection system.. i had the inside done too with the fabric and plastic protection...
    the interior stuff works very well.. a bit like scotchgard for sofas... stops stains adhering..and to be honest has been very good..
    the exterior stuff aint that great.. i got a wash solution and pack to keep it topped up..
    but for people like you ed, you would be better sticking to regular waxing etc.. its supposed to 'repel' dirt and everything but it never did with mine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed taylor View Post
    I belive it is for professional use, and could quite well be the stuff they apply to a new motor.
    Sounds like the very one link here although no good for you as it says
    Protect Your Car Paintwork Without The Need For Waxing ...

    http://www.clean-image.co.uk/paintsealant/supaguard.htm

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    you can also get it on ebay too... and autoglym do a similar product..Lifeshine.. and there are other types out there too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tadpole View Post
    Sounds like the very one link here although no good for you as it says
    Protect Your Car Paintwork Without The Need For Waxing ...

    http://www.clean-image.co.uk/paintsealant/supaguard.htm
    Thats the stuff............

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    I very much doubt that I will be using it then. As no doubt with my regime of cleaning and waxing, it would be no advantage, and I would probably be removing it the next time I detailed my motor. Might try it on the wifes car. But then I enjoy detailing that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed taylor View Post
    I very much doubt that I will be using it then. As no doubt with my regime of cleaning and waxing, it would be no advantage, and I would probably be removing it the next time I detailed my motor. Might try it on the wifes car. But then I enjoy detailing that too.
    I just knew the outcome of the first post nice one Ed ....

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