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Diamondbrite paint protection

Bas

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I'm considering having Diamondbrite paint protection professionally applied to the paintwork on my recently acquired RCZ. I understand it is a two stage process. Wondering if anyone has had this done?
 

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Normally this sort of product is put on car's from new as was informed if you are thinking of having it put on a secondhand car the cars paintwork will need to be free from any blemishes as if not when coating put on its going to be sealed in and will always be there...
 

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Thanks, Verminator. The paintwork is good but not without some blemishes. I think I may just continue to get exercise with hand polishing!
 

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You can do an amazing job yourself with a random orbital polisher, foam pads and a product such as Meguiars Ultimate compound. Before you get into it though, find a friendly detailer to measure the thickness of the clear coat. The car might have been cut before and you don't want to go through the clear.
 
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Thanks for that, Apple3337. I will check out a friendly local detailer. It would be good to know if the car has been previously cut.
Happy RCZ-R motoring "down-under".
 
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