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    Re: Getting a brand new car ; what should I use to protect it ??

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    Thankyou . And what should I use for thr headlights?

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    Re: Getting a brand new car ; what should I use to protect it ??

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    Thankyou . And what should I use for thr headlights?
    I'm a fan of regular polishing when they fade.

    Until then, there's lots of options. Check out the coating by Optimum Polymer Technologies. I trust anything formulated by Dr. David Ghodoussi, owner and head chemist for Optimum Polymer Technologies.


    Optimum Opti-Lens Permanent Headlight Coating, headlight coatings protectants





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    Patented UV Protection - Optimum Car Wax - by Dr. Ghodoussi at Autogeek.com

    A chemist that also worked for car paint companies to create modern clearcoat paints
    Dr. David Ghodoussi is a PhD Organic Chemist and his background includes working for many of the major paint companies that make automotive car paints. He was one of the chemists that helped to create modern clearcoat/basecoat paint technology back in the 1980's.





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    Re: Getting a brand new car ; what should I use to protect it ??

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    I'm a fan of regular polishing when they fade.

    Until then, there's lots of options. Check out the coating by Optimum Polymer Technologies. I trust anything formulated by Dr. David Ghodoussi, owner and head chemist for Optimum Polymer Technologies.


    Optimum Opti-Lens Permanent Headlight Coating, headlight coatings protectants





    See my article here,

    Patented UV Protection - Optimum Car Wax - by Dr. Ghodoussi at Autogeek.com

    A chemist that also worked for car paint companies to create modern clearcoat paints
    Dr. David Ghodoussi is a PhD Organic Chemist and his background includes working for many of the major paint companies that make automotive car paints. He was one of the chemists that helped to create modern clearcoat/basecoat paint technology back in the 1980's.





    Should i wait till they fade ?? How do u feel about lens film instead ?

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    Re: Getting a brand new car ; what should I use to protect it ??

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    Should i wait till they fade ?? How do u feel about lens film instead ?

    Don't wait for anything in your life to go bad before addressing. Not even you.

    Films are great and a good option.


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    Re: Getting a brand new car ; what should I use to protect it ??

    Mike since I'm getting the wg deep gloss paint sealer for thr paint and optiseal for the jams
    What Should i use for thr plastic trim and fake metal trim on the grill and rims ? Will either of thr above be good if so ehich will be better


    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Phillips View Post
    Don't wait for anything in your life to go bad before addressing. Not even you.

    Films are great and a good option.



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    Re: Getting a brand new car ; what should I use to protect it ??

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    I'm a fan of regular polishing when they fade.

    Until then, there's lots of options. Check out the coating by Optimum Polymer Technologies. I trust anything formulated by Dr. David Ghodoussi, owner and head chemist for Optimum Polymer Technologies.


    Optimum Opti-Lens Permanent Headlight Coating, headlight coatings protectants





    See my article here,

    Patented UV Protection - Optimum Car Wax - by Dr. Ghodoussi at Autogeek.com

    A chemist that also worked for car paint companies to create modern clearcoat paints
    Dr. David Ghodoussi is a PhD Organic Chemist and his background includes working for many of the major paint companies that make automotive car paints. He was one of the chemists that helped to create modern clearcoat/basecoat paint technology back in the 1980's.





    Wow the opti-lens is expensive , will it protect from pitting from stones ?
    Any other cheaper products out there u recommend instead

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    Re: Getting a brand new car ; what should I use to protect it ??

    Quote Originally Posted by wantboost View Post
    Wow the opti-lens is expensive , will it protect from pitting from stones ?
    Any other cheaper products out there u recommend instead
    No it will not. Protection film is what you need if you want to stop putting.

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