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- Ultra violet rays
- Colour fading
- Acid rain etching
- Tree sap
- Insect Acid
- Bird lime
- Oxidation (chalking)
- Road salts
- Petrol and diesel fumes
Toughseal QFX Carbon Ceramic Nano Coating
Toughseal Ceramic QFX treats your vehicle in a glossy Si02 + Ci02 carbon ceramic outer shell that allows protection and enhances all colours. Toughseal Ceramic QFX will make your car shine stronger than it ever has. Permanent water sheeting and the carbon self cleaning effect will keep your car looking great in between washes. The cost of maintaining your vehicle is decreased due to less maintenance being required to keep the exterior looking clean and shiny. As well as the list above – Toughseal Ceramic QFX helps repel dirt, oil, dust and road grime to provide incredible ease of care. Also in the range is a Pre-paint cleaner developed to remove old waxes and lay down a keying agent. Please read our FAQS page to understand the negative effects of applying any Ceramic/Nano/Si02 Protective products to Automotive Paint.
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pTFE… Why do some brands & businesses promoting Paint Protection use these letters in their marketing material, but not others???
Polytetrafluoroethylene – or PTFE was discovered by accident by Roy Plunkett in 1983. He was working at Kinetic Chemicals based in New Jersey. In his attempt to come up with a fresh CFC refrigerant, he accidentally polymerized the perfluorethylene contained in the pressurized container with iron, and this formed a reaction that resulted in PTFE.
PTFE is typically used for coating cookware, such as pans, making them non-stick. This compound is non-reactive mainly because its carbon-fluoride contents are very strong. Due to this, it is also widely used in pipework and containers for chemicals that are corrosive or reactive. Moreover, PTFE is also utilized as a lubricant since it can greatly reduce wear, friction as well as the consumption of energy by machineries. Amazingly, it also plays a role in surgical interventions as a grafting material.
“PTFE can be very beneficial in corrosion protection because it repels nearly everything, so molecules cannot get close enough to react with it. Hence, the bond that exists between the carbon atom and fluorine atom is immense, making it almost bullet resistant.”
*This definition was written in the context of Corrosion
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The sealant used in Toughseal Premium Vehicle Protection is PTFE. This provides you with peace of mind that your vehicle is protected with the safest, most advanced leading edge technology available.