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#51
DigitalKL

Posted 27 February 2007 - 09:00 AM

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one thing though, i dont like the rather dodgy price bracket if there is
one. they look at what car you are driving which shouldnt matter. what
matters is the size of the car. they should catergorize it into small,
medium, big and SUV, etc....I dont know.

my silver colored car dun look like "wow" too....its just that light
colors dun shine as much I guess but my needs are simple. I want my car
to be easily clean and stay that way. Im not going for the looks. In that
way, PPS works great for me.

They had sms me twice for the cleaning service. Again the dodgy price.
One time they say rm90, another time rm80....or whatever. I hardly use my
car and its always park under shade so I didnt send it back for
the "cleaning". If the cleaning includes another coat of pps, I would
have gone for it but they say its not needed.

All in all, pps was worth doing imho.

#52
CARZ

Posted 05 March 2007 - 04:40 PM

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Multipla,

>>>It is really flawless on my first car (until today). But
>>>>it`s not happenning to this one. I wonder why?

Could it be because they are using less of the PPS material? When they
are new in the business, most tend to do better.

Can someone ask Raymond ?

How much do they charge for Perdana now ?


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mike5220

Posted 06 March 2007 - 08:29 AM

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CARZ, can't be. I did my wife's 1 series (Black) just 2 months or so ago
& it came back a treat. Still that way. But somehow its not that apparent
on lighter coloured cars. I say not apparent based on looks. On my red
car (1 yr PPS already), fading of the red pigment doesn't seem to take
place & thats worth it on its own.

#54
lengchai99

Posted 08 March 2007 - 03:41 PM

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how does this PPS product compared with Meguire or AutoGlym? comparing to
a specialist like autospa, is shinenshield better workmanship wise??

is PPS "safe"? one concern it pose is the charged teflon particle - will
that cause fire easily?

thanks,
wps

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ezzone

Posted 21 March 2007 - 02:12 AM

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How much it will cost for my Black Hilux Vigo? Should I do it now since my
car is only 4 months old or should I wait later.

#56
mike5220

Posted 01 April 2007 - 01:52 AM

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Original Poster : silgt
Original Post : 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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Hmm...I just found out that DuPont do themselves make waxes & car wash
with Teflon added. Wonder what brought the about turn?




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DonnieYen

Posted 12 April 2007 - 04:51 PM

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oh no! it's psychological?

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Merce

Posted 14 August 2007 - 04:41 PM

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probably a little late to jump in but...oh well... Cool

Greetings all,

Chua from shineNshield here, and I`ll provide answers to all enquiries
regarding to PPS Teflon Coating the best I can. Smile

Feel free to drop a feedback or suggestion.



Rgds

Merce

#59
shawn26

Posted 16 October 2007 - 11:31 AM

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I am a strong believer that if there were so many people claiming that pps
teflon paint protection is good then there must be some truth to it and if
those still don't accept the truth then it will be a loss to them as they
are the ones that will not enjoy the benefits of it.

I understand from SNS that their pps principal, Gardgroup is actually
giving up to 7 years warranty in the US and Canada. However, due to many
different factors in Malaysia such as climate, cars metal sheet and paint
quality, road and air pollutions and etc. SNS is only prepared to give a 3
year warranty at the moment to see how pps would fare and if it proves to
last beyond 3 years then SNS will eventually increase their warranty
period as they want to make sure that it lasts the period they warranteed.
Unlike their competition who are happy to give as long a warranty as
possible just to please their customers without really proven their
product. I would say that SNS is really honest, down to earth and don't
bullshit what they have provided be it their warranty or service. For
anybody else would just follow the 7 year warranty period given by their
principal to boost the sales and could not care less whatever happened
later.

Coming back to Dupont's claim that by adding teflon to a wax will not help
to protect the paint I guess is because teflon would not simply bond to
the painted surface without heating it up to a very high temperature but
then this was the method they used to bond very thick layer of teflon to a
surface such as cooking wares and other industrial products. In the case
of PPS it is different as only a very small micron layer of the teflon is
to be bonded to a painted surface and a different method of bonding by the
so called Polarised system (+/- attracts method)was invented by one Dr
Nixon (the PPS patent holder). Dupont could not confirm or agree that
teflon can be fused and bonded to a painted surface by polarising it at
atmospheric temperature as what pps does because the pps bonding
technology was not invented by them. So the arguments go on and on
nevertheless. With regard to Dupont's own brand of car wash soap with the
content of teflon being marketed recently and claims that teflon will help
to protect the paint was probably because they also wanted to cash in on
the success of pps after discovering that pps method of bonding teflon to
the paint does help to protect the paint not withstanding the fact that by
merely adding teflon to a wax, polymer or wash soap will not actually bond
to the paint for long.


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Posted 16 May 2008 - 03:30 PM

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just wish to post this comment in appreciation of job well done by Shine
N Shield.

I did my car 8 months ago with pps coating and until now the water is
still beading off and/or running off from my car painted surface, the
shine is always back and look lustre after a simple wash and it really
made my washing job much easier comparing to previously when I used even
the best Mequair wax and all the others so called " the best product".
Now I know why so many people talked so good about this pps product and
there was really truth in them.

The staff at SNS also did a very good, professional and detailed job.
They even took care of my wiper blades and all rubber/plastic trimmings
by wrapping or masking them with plastic bags and masking tape before
polishing and coating. Raymond, the SNS Manager, also took care of me by
buying me drinks and foods and chauffered me to and fro Sunway Pyramid
shopping centre while they were doing up my car. Their clean and
comfortable customers' lounges are equipped with many facilities for you
to pass your time. They made you feel really like VIP ! I believed ones
don't even get this type of treatment/service when they sent their most
expensive toys for service by the OEM car companies. What more could
anyone ask for ? I was more than satisfied by everything provided by SNS!!