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Nano Car Care

When it comes to car care, the benefits of nanotechnology over conventional products are vast. Exciting new products for waxing, polishing and protecting are providing undisputed results. The most obvious benefit occurs in waxes using nano-sized particles. By utilizing smaller building blocks, nano-waxes can fill even the smallest scratches and swirl marks in the paint. Through increased surface contact, nano-waxes also attain better anchorage—that is, they stick to your paint better for longer lasting results. The same is true with nano-based metal polishes and their ability to fill, or remove, minor imperfections.

Think of it as filling a hole with sand instead of large rocks. The sand is able to fill every contour of the hole, providing a smooth, even surface. While the rocks on the other hand, will have dramatically less contact with the lining of the hole leaving some cracks and corners unfilled. Due to their reduced friction, they can be easily moved and will result in a comparatively rough plane across the top. That's not exactly the type of behavior you want in your car wax.

Nanotechnology is also being used to help keep your interior in prime condition. Leather cleaners and conditioners using these nano-size particles, are able to penetrate much deeper than traditional solutions, leaving your car's leather or vinyl upholstery looking and feeling like new.

Of course, this technology is a long way from setting your phazers on stun, and it won't help Scotty beam anyone up in the near future. But it is opening new opportunities in the world of car care that are sure to keep your car shining like new well into the future.

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Nano Car Care

When it comes to car care, the benefits of nanotechnology over conventional products are vast. Exciting new products for waxing, polishing and protecting are providing undisputed results. The most obvious benefit occurs in waxes using nano-sized particles. By utilizing smaller building blocks, nano-waxes can fill even the smallest scratches and swirl marks in the paint. Through increased surface contact, nano-waxes also attain better anchorage—that is, they stick to your paint better for longer lasting results. The same is true with nano-based metal polishes and their ability to fill, or remove, minor imperfections.

Think of it as filling a hole with sand instead of large rocks. The sand is able to fill every contour of the hole, providing a smooth, even surface. While the rocks on the other hand, will have dramatically less contact with the lining of the hole leaving some cracks and corners unfilled. Due to their reduced friction, they can be easily moved and will result in a comparatively rough plane across the top. That's not exactly the type of behavior you want in your car wax.

Nanotechnology is also being used to help keep your interior in prime condition. Leather cleaners and conditioners using these nano-size particles, are able to penetrate much deeper than traditional solutions, leaving your car's leather or vinyl upholstery looking and feeling like new.

Of course, this technology is a long way from setting your phazers on stun, and it won't help Scotty beam anyone up in the near future. But it is opening new opportunities in the world of car care that are sure to keep your car shining like new well into the future.

*yawn* I get the same effect from other stuff, why spend more for this? :rolleyes:

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Guys,

Sorry couldn't help noticing the "interesting" thread :speechless-smiley-004:

When i was going thru the #####, happened to see an advert on a fairly old C class Merc claiming to have nano protected paint. Anyone in the forum has actually used this? Would like to get a rough idea on whether its' worth the banter it blares of?

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I have read a few good reviews but never actually seen this product in action. Apparently it lasts for 18 months from what i read. I too would like to know info on this product. By the way how much do they charge to apply this on the car and who does it?

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