Paint Protection For Your Car - Guaranteed!

Published: 21st August 2008
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What's the best, guaranteed way to stop scratches and stone chips on my car's paint?

You won't be wondering after you've read this.

We'll compare three different ways to protect your vehicle's paint... so you can decide on the best paint protection yourself.

1. Car Bras

2. Sealants/Waxes

3. Paint Protection Film

As a kid sitting in nan's back seat on top of a horrid slightly musty and multi-colored blanket you might have wondered like many of us 'What's the point of protecting this seat with an ugly blanket? It looks worse than an unprotected seat!'

So rule number one:

If the protector makes the car look uglier than what you're trying to protect against, FORGET IT!

That pretty much rules out option 1. Car Bras, but I'll include them in the comparison below just for good measure

The method of application is an important factor in choice as well - not just because you want something easy, but because the way it's applied has so much to do with how it's going to last, and if it works at all!

So if a car bra is easy to put on, it's just as easy to take off - thieves and vandals know it better than us.

And as for durability, if like sealants and waxes, it's rubbed on... guess what? It will rub off!

Paint Protection Film carries all the advantages

You don't have to rub it on. In fact, we'll put it on for you. Some DIY enthusiasts put it on themselves, and we have instructional videos that help. But since the installed price is so reasonable most people get it installed. Motorcyclists often apply their own as the pieces are small, and we have quite of motorbike makes to choose from.

Paint Protection Film also comes with a lifetime warranty against yellowing, bubbling or cracking when installed by one of our professionally qualified installers across the country. It is UV stable yet allows the UV to pass through so there is no uneven fading of the paint. Try selling your car after a daggy Car Bra has left half the front of it faded!

And it doesn't leave any part of your car untouched - all the drive areas (bonnet/headlights/lamps/bumper/rear view mirrors) are protected, as well as high use areas like skirting, step plates, handles and key zones! Even boot lips aren't left out. Panels are best protected from a different type of scratch than the stone chip type and that's a bump so our bump strips come into their own when protecting against trolleys, car doors, and bikes. On top of the protection, you'll love what they do for your cars appearance! Check out the black VE commodore example on the Auto-Grafix™ website, or in their photo gallery.

Paint Protection Comparison

COST: -- Car Bras: $400+ -- Sealants: $725 -- Film: $350



Paint Protection Truly Tested

This paint protection test shows clearly why the Auto-Grafix™ paint protection film is guaranteed! It's not some fancy scientific study about so called 'space-age' polymers (although the polyurethane used in Paint Protection Film is actually used by the military on their helicopter blades!) - we decided to test the stuff like a man, and took it to an rural town sand blasting outfit! (Geraldton, WA)

You're worried about stone chips? How about thousands of pieces of glass-like sand cutting into your duco every second? Theres nothing more telling than the look of the sand blasting we did on the half of the bonnet without Paint Protection Film, and the half with it! See the link above for the full story, you'll love it.

There are also testimonials on the site so be sure to check them out.

No, you don't have to rub on something that will rub off! Paint Protection Film is the guaranteed paint protection you'll love!


Dave Craggs stands by his vehicle like a lion over it's cub! He knows what works, and he knows how it works, so he knows how to apply it. His paint protection network means a qualified professional installer is just an email or phone call away, nation-wide, and the range of stone chips and scratch protection films custom made for you car model is astounding.

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