Paint Sealants Question from Steve Baird

Submitted on 13/08/2008

I am picking up a new car in September, a black one. The dealer has tried hard to sell me a-glaze, but no thank-you, prefer to get professionals to do the job. Reading forums and web sites I am confused and wonder if you can help me: I am torn between DiamondBrite and LifeShine. DiamondBrite seems to be one of the better known sealants, LifeShine on the other hand has a long warranty and I don’t mind polishing the car. I am ideally looking for a durable protection as I travel over 30,00 pa mainly on motorways. I have always used AutoGylm in the past and been happy – clearly never used DiamondBrtite. With my use of the car and colour, what would you recommend? Second, as September is a new reg, what sort of notice would I need to give to book my car in for either sealant? Thanks Steve Model: BMW 3 Series

steve

we are just about to put a how good is lifeshine video in our articles page

and it shows that the life shine is very good.

you can book one of them and then when you come in you can decide which one you want.

we stock them both

you might want to read our comparrison page or our how good is diamondbright article?

http://newagain.co.uk/articles/diamondbrite-crx-01.htm
http://newagain.co.uk/paintsealant/paint_protection_summary.htm

Regards  the new again team

 

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