September 1st is just around the corner, and if you’ve ordered a new vehicle, you’ll no doubt be anticipating the arrival of your car with its 73 number plate. We already have a few vehicles that will be sporting the new plates booked into our Hampshire studio. Of course, you may also be asking yourself what is the best way to keep a new car’s paint looking flawless. Well, read on because we have the answer.
The best way to keep a new car’s paint looking flawless.
Whether you’re expecting a new company car or just purchased the vehicle of your dreams, the chances are you’d like it to stay looking its best for as long as possible.
The best way to keep a new car’s paint looking flawless is to adopt a combination of regular maintenance, proper care, and protective measures.
Regular maintenance and care is something you’ll likely be responsible for yourself. You can adopt simple practices like frequent washing with the right products and equipment and ensuring you park your vehicle away from trees, keeping it covered wherever possible and certainly in harsh weather conditions.
But the protective measures are where you’ll need a professional to step in… Like us! The best way to keep a new car’s paint looking flawless is undoubtedly paint protection film.
Xpel Paint Protection Film will protect your vehicle from physical impacts. Guard against discolouration & staining from bug splats, bird droppings, air pollution and road grime. It has remarkable self-healing technology that ensures any swirl marks, light scuffs, or hedge scratches will all correct themselves over a short time. And finally, it will help you maintain the originality of your vehicle’s paintwork.
A journey to the dealership:
When your new car is delivered to the dealership, it’s often had quite a journey. While you might expect it to arrive pristine, this is rarely true. It will most certainly have come into contact with all sorts of contaminants. It may even have sustained a few knocks along the way.
Many dealerships offer paint protection services before collection. Now, this may seem convenient… But, the reality is somewhat different and can represent a false economy.
Before installing new car paint protection film, addressing any scratches, swirl marks or other paint defects is essential.
Most dealerships spend minimal time preparing a car. A quick wash, often as little as 30 minutes, is probably the most attention your brand-new vehicle will receive before any paint protection services, and that isn’t enough time to do the job correctly.
However, our Hampshire detailing studios’ prices include the complete cleaning and preparation necessary for new car paint protection film installation. We follow a well-tested induction process. This consists of a thorough clean, physical and chemical paint decontamination, and light machine polish to ensure the best clarity possible.
Options to suit all budgets:
Remember, you don’t have to cover your entire car in paint protection film. It could be that you want protection for the areas of your vehicle that you see as most susceptible to damage. We can always help you with a bespoke solution. Contact us at our Hampshire detailing studio to find out more.