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#11
DigitalKL

Posted 25 June 2006 - 08:15 AM

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i think i will try this pps thing myself soon....

anybody interested to buy my swissol concorso wax at half price?
kekekeke....Big Smile

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chkwong

Posted 25 June 2006 - 02:41 PM

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My car is parked alsmost everyday outside house in the hot sun, rain,
drive to office and park under tree, bird droppings, tree saps, one wash
with clear water cleans away. Am getting lazy to wash, usually sent the
car about once a month or two to shinensheild to do normal washing. Pretty
amazing.

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silgt

Posted 01 July 2006 - 11:20 AM

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wonder why DuPont make the statement below if they (the trademark onwer
themself) really believe Teflon will work on car paint...?

>> The addition of a Teflon« fluoropolymer paint does nothing to enhance
the properties of any car wax, we have no data that indicates the use of
Teflon« to be beneficial in car waxes. Teflon« requires a temperature of
680░F for it to sinter or bond to a surface <<

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multipla

Posted 01 July 2006 - 08:27 PM

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It's different!


The PPS Technology called electrophoresis dynamics is analogous to the
"bar magnet" principle that opposite poles attract. To allow this to happen
a special patented surface preparation is part of the system. In the
preparation a solution of cationic (positive) surfactant (our step 1 wash)
is used to purge the pores of the surface to be treated, and magnetically
charge the surface in a positive polarity. The pores are cleansed and
charged and are ready to receive the unique anionic or negatively charged
molecules of polytetrafluorothylene (Teflon) (our Step 2 protectant) and
when applied over positively charged painted surface it is magnetically
pulled into the pores and held there while all of the protective chemicals
have crosslinked, fused and cured, locking the PTFE into the paint and
preventing drifting, fading and degradation of the paint for years to come.
Solar heat will expand the PTFE molecules to give even further protection.
Only PTFE formulated in an anionic aqueous solution can properly and
permanently bond to and seal the paint. Other forms of PTFE available in
the market will not be effective for the long term protection as claimed.


from:
www.shinenshield.com


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chrisauto

Posted 10 July 2006 - 12:20 PM

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Multipla, waah so support meh! For a moment there I thought since
when were u so technical until I read the very end. Ha ha!Big Smile

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Posted 11 July 2006 - 07:18 AM

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Like real ya!

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 12:48 AM

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 09:02 AM

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Wonder how much will it cost for applying it on my Honda City.. hehe...

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 10:02 AM

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should be around rm580 to rm680

be prepared to leave you car there for the whole day. i took mine there
at 9am and they didnt finished till 4pm. Only stop is when they break for
lunch.

the process is quite comprehensive. here are the steps they take -

1. wash your car
2. clay entire car
3. masking tape out the rubber parts
4. buffer polish/cleaner wax according to the condition of your car
5. remove masking tape
6. wash your car again
7. wash with Step 1 solution to positively charge your paint surface.
8. put masking tape around the rubbers edge again after drying the car
9. apply step 2 PTFE with a buffer to all painted surface including wheels
10. admire and collect your car

Did I miss out anything? Big Smile

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DT2001

Posted 13 July 2006 - 10:30 AM

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Hi DigitalKL,
Did they take out all the emblems too?
Went there last Sat but the Jed guy wasn't very friendly though:(
Anyway, will give my Swift a try with PPS soon:)


cheers