Why is Permagard important for your new car?
Ok so you’ve heard that Permagard protects from any kind of environmental damage, but why exactly is this important for your new car?
Well, to take an analogy provided by Permagard Automotive’s General Manager, Andrew Forster, it works similar to a phone cover. When you buy a new phone, you probably have no issue spending 10-20% of its value on a protective case in order to prolong the life of the phone, right? So why do we second guess spending 5% on paint protection for our car, which is so much more valuable?
And what exactly do we mean when we say industrial fallout? For those living near the fringes of suburbia, facing industrial production on a daily basis, and heavyweight semi-trailers crawling down narrow residential streets, environmental damage is all too real. Black dust, chemical-laden atmosphere and acid rain all contribute to the slow degradation of paint on your car.
Australia’s harsh climate
Australia is infamous for its harsh climate to begin with, we are also the benefactors of a giant hole in the ozone layer that makes our region particularly susceptible to UV damage from the sun. On top of this, the majority of our population live beside the ocean where cars are caked in salt daily.
Bat droppings, or guano, are highly acidic and can cause significant damage to the paint. Not to mention bird excrement, another acidic biological factor that can affect the paint on your vehicle. Permagard not only places a protective layer over the coat of paint, bonding with paint fibres at a molecular level, it also makes the car incredibly easy to wash.
An easy-to-wash car is worth its weight in gold
A car that is easy to wash is worth its weight in gold, for the value of your time alone. Imagine being able to clean up any kind of salt water cakeage, fine black production dust or even bird droppings off your car with little more than warm soapy water on a soft cloth. Well, this dream is made real by Permagard’s aviation level technology.
Permagard’s proven technology was designed to reduce parasitic drag at a microscopic level by smoothing out the porosity of paint. While it may seem overkill to use a paint protection product that was originally designed for airplanes, the fact remains that Permagard works to protect your car from the everyday damage caused by something as simple as a light breeze with a percentage of salt, or something as heavy as a fly-by of a small population of seagulls.
Additionally, Permagard is the first paint protection product in Australia that is endorsed by a manufacturer of the automotive industry. And if it’s good enough for Mercedes Benz then it is better for the person buying a Mercedes Benz.