FAQ's

1) How many cars can I protect with one (1) Colour Shield kit?

Coverage: One standard kit is sufficient to protect from a small car to a large 4x4.

2) How many kits will it take to do my boat?

< 17' or 5 M 1 Kit
17-23' or 5-7 M 2-3 Kits
24-35' or 7-10 M 3-4 Kits

3) How many kits will it take to do my aircraft? (8 oz or 236 ml)

Single Engine 2 Kits
Cabin Class Twin 4 Kits
King Air 90 5 Kits
King Air 200 6 Kits
Citation 500 7 Kits
Lear 25 7 Kits
Citation III 10 Kits
Gulfstream 20 Kits

4) How do I apply Colour Shield?

Applying Colour Shield is very easy to do. The entire application process, can take as little as one hour. Colour Shield performs best when it's applied in temperatures above 65 Degrees F. or 10 Degrees C. Please read application instructions for three very effective methods.

4a) What about Water restrictions?

No problem, in the application instructions there is a water reduced method which will require no more than 6 litres.

5) Will Colour Shield remove oxidation?

Colour Shield does remove minor scratches and swirls but will not remove oxidation. It preserves paint. If your paint is already oxidized you will need to remove it using a fine grade cutting compound before applying Colour Shield.

6) Does it work on plastic, glass, or chrome?

It is safe to use Colour Shield on most painted plastic parts. We DO NOT recommend you use it on black rubberized body parts or trim. Colour Shield works extremely well on polished alloy, chrome or stainless steel surfaces as well as plexi-glass.

7) How long will Colour Shield last?

The Paint Protection System will last 5 years on a new car and 3 years on a used car with good paint.

8) How is Colour Shield different? From the paint protection sold by dealers on new cars at the time of closing at anywhere from $300 to $599?

The main difference is the longevity of the product when compared to standard waxes. You will save yourself a lot of time and money with just one application. Car dealers prepare every car to give a maximum shine in the showroom. They do this with either standard waxes or various types of paint sealants to give the car a high gloss shine.

At the time of closing, car dealers will try to sell you a "premium" paint protection at anywhere from $300 to $599. These "premium" paint sealants make the car look really great for about a month and then the waxes begin to wash off and the paint starts oxidizing.

Most of the dealers guarantee their sealants for 3 to 5 years but they have to be reapplied about 4 to 6 times per year! The dealer knows that few people will actually do this so they make a tremendous profit on these "premium" paint protection up sells.