Rainy season protection from Sonax

Now that the rainy season is upon us, be sure to protect and preserve your car’s paint with Sonax. As the World’s most trusted brand in automotive preservation and paint maintenance, Sonax has been weather tested to repel dirt and chemically engineered to protect the car’s paint against aggressive environmental and weather damage. With its technology backed up by decades of experience, Sonax guarantees protection up to 12 months. 

Sonax differentiates itself from the competition as it protects the paintwork by coating it with a modified fluorocarbon nano particles which are as hard as glass. It freshens up the colors intensively, has a dirt repellent effect and a noticeable water-beading effect. Patrons are assured of protection in high humidity and water damage. 

After the product has cured, the paint finish is noticeably richer and the surface becomes extremely hydrophobic. The NanoPro is a professional grade product that offers genuine protection. The SONAX product range is a product resulting from the experience gained from more than 50 years of research and development work in car care. Trusted by millions of motorists since the 1950’s, Sonax of Germany has been the car care product of choice by car lovers and automotive detailers in more than 90 countries Worldwide.

Sonax is available in Blade branches in SM, Robinsons and Ayala Malls, dealers and car wash detailers such as LG2 Stations nationwide.

Topics: Rainy season protection , Sonax

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