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SYSTEM 6 PAINT PROTECTION is a Singapore Sole Proprietor. The company was incorporated on 02 Feb 2017, which is 4.9 years ago. The address of the Business’s registered office is SIN MING AUTOCITY, 160 SIN MING DRIVE, Postal 575722, #04-07. The Business current operating status is Live. The Business’s principal activity is REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF MOTOR VEHICLES (INCLUDING INSTALLATION OF PARTS & ACCESSORIES). The company UEN is 53355414D, registered with ACRA on 2017-02-02.

  • Entity NameSYSTEM 6 PAINT PROTECTION
  • Bussiness AddressSIN MING AUTOCITY, 160 SIN MING DRIVE, Postal 575722, #04-07
  • UEN53355414D
  • Registration Incorporation Date2017-02-02
  • Issuance AgencyACRA
  • Business Constitution DescriptionSole Proprietor
  • Entity Status DescriptionLive
  • Uen Issue Date2017-02-02
  • Primary Ssic DescriptionREPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF MOTOR VEHICLES (INCLUDING INSTALLATION OF PARTS & ACCESSORIES)
  • No Of Officers1
  • Entity Type DescriptionBusiness

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Pros & Cons of Different Car Paint Protectors | Articles

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Paint protection products for cars have been around for a while. In general, they protect the car’s paint against damage and keep it shining, as if it has just left the showroom.

Besides protection against the elements, these products also help car owners with the upkeep of their vehicles. This in turn allows drivers to maintain the value of their vehicles in the used car market.

Currently, the most popular paint protectors in Singapore are wax, glass and ceramic coating. To find out which is the most beneficial for car owners, we decided to weigh out their pros and cons.

Car Wax

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The combination of acid rain, dust and the sun doesn’t exactly do wonders on our car’s paintwork. So many car owners will try to get their cars waxed a few times a year. Probably the simplest and cheapest option, wax protection does give the car some shine, but at the same time, quicken the damage to the paint.

Paraffin, the main ingredient in most car waxing products, is what gives a car its shine. However, it is greatly affected by heat and water, making its lifespan rather short in our hot and humid climate.

In addition, the oily nature of car wax also attracts dust particles that stick on the car surface. So when we wash our cars, these dust particles get swirled around, leaving tiny scratches on the paintwork.

If you bring your car to a waxing professional, they often use electrical buffers to polish your vehicle, leaving swirl marks. These swirl marks will also allow dust and acidic rain to enter tiny small abrasions in the car’s body.

This cycle continues every time we wax our cars. After multiple applications, what you will be left with is a damaged paint work. Your car might look nice and shiny with a fresh coat of wax in the beginning. But once the wax wears off after a few of months, your car will no longer be shiny, and the oxidisation process will quicken.

Pros: Affordable
Cons: Temporary and must be done a few times a year, dust particles will still get stuck on the car, buffing might leave small scratches on the car, and it might damage your car’s paint job in the long run.

Glass Coating

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Usually made out of silica, glass coatings contain particles of silicon dioxide applied on resin to form a thin and transparent coat on a car’s surface. It prevents the car’s paint from oxidising and keep the elements from damaging the paint.

Often, glass coatings give cars a ‘wet’ look, achieving a shine that most car owners desired. The coating forms a long-lasting bond with the car, repelling both water and dirt.

However, glass coatings are often expensive and it would take a couple of hours for most workshops to apply a layer. In addition, some workshops use glass coatings that contain organic compounds such as carbon.

For instance, acid rain, bird droppings, the sun and even car shampoo would react with the carbon in the glass coating. This might result in the weakening and fading of the car’s paint. To prevent this from happening, reapplication is often necessary. So expect to visit your workshop once every six months to a year for a do-over.

Pros: Long-lasting coat, repels dirt and water, and prevents rusting and oxidation

Cons: Long application period, organic compounds is affected by surroundings, reapplication is required every six months to a year.

Ceramic Coating

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Ceramic coating is a liquid that can be applied to the car surface. When applied, it forms a protective hydrophobic layer via chemical bonding. It is very similar to a glass coating, offering almost all the same benefits but without some of its cons.

For ceramic coating, a layer of durable acrylic elements and polymers is applied to form a layer of protective coating. This coating acts like a glass barrier that is hard, transparent and anti-static.

In addition, it offers qualities like corrosion protection, and is resistant to water spotting and detergent. The smooth layer also helps to slow down environmental damage such as oxidation and rusting.

One of the signature qualities of a ceramic coating is how hydrophobic it is. Water is easily repelled and will simply bead and drip off. Because of this, you will only need to wash your car once a month with water. Dirt should easily come off with the swipe of a dry, clean cloth.

Similar to glass coating, ceramic coating doesn’t come cheap. A high-quality ceramic coating could cost a few hundred dollars. However, it could very well last you a few years.

Pros: Long-lasting coat, repels dirt and water, prevents rusting and oxidation, protect vehicle against minor scratches, only need to wash car once a month.

Cons: Higher pricing than glass coating.

Having weighed the pros and cons of each paint protection product, we feel ceramic paint protection offers the best option to car owners who are looking to preserve and protect their car. Despite the pricer cost, it offers longer lasting protection, without any negative side effects on your vehicle. Not only does it protect your vehicle against the elements, but it also doubles as a protective barrier against minor scratches.

With that settled, the key question to answer now is where should you go to get it done on your car?

(Photo Credit: ToughGuard Singapore)

The well-trained technicians at QMI ToughGuard Car Grooming Centre may have an answer to that question. They offer a Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)-based paint protection system for cars with a genuine 9H Ceramic Coating, making it almost impenetrable.

For those who don’t know, PTFE is the same material used on non-stick frying pans. Known widely as ‘Teflon’, it creates a strong, anti-static, transparent, non-stick protective cover on the surfactant (first layer) of your car.

(Photo Credit: ToughGuard Singapore)

Extremely hydrophobic, it is an aviation-grade Polymer glass coating that no one else is offering in Singapore. With over two decades of experience under their belt, you can be assured of its quality. If you are still having doubts, QMI ToughGuard offers a two-year long warranty with comprehensive coverage for all Ceramic 9H Paint Protection packages.

Besides the two-year warranty, QMI ToughGuard is also having a promotion for its Ceramic 9H Paint Protection package. It is currently priced at S$350 for saloon cars, and S$399 for MPVs and SUVs! With over 25 years of experience, you can rest assured knowing your vehicle is in good, professional hands.

Head over to QMI ToughGuard’s website or Facebook Page to find out more about the promotional package!

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Amazon.com: Adam’s UV Ceramic Paint Coating Kit – 9H Ceramic Coating 5+ Years Of Protection | Stronger Than Car Wax | Apply After Car Wash, Clay Bar, Car Polisher

FAQ’s

“Can I layer this product to make it last longer?”Yes, of course, but that doesn’t mean layering this product 10 times will make it 10x longer— any application after 3 rounds will render the product redundant and still provide the same hydrophobic effects.

“What is Ceramic Glow Technology?”Ceramic Glow Technology is Adam’s Polishes Patent-Pending chemistry. It’s a crystalline form of an optical brightener that absorbs energy and emits light as it relaxes back down to a lower energy state.

“What’s the difference between fluorescence and phosphorescence?”Length of time that the light is emitted. Said another way, the amount of time it takes for the electrons to relax and quit releasing energy in the form of photons or light.

“Does the UV Coating act as a durability indicator?” No, it doesn’t. It’s currently offered as an application aid and utility for visualizing the coating. Lack of glow does not indicate lack of coating.

“Why does the product glow more intensely on some substrates than others?”Differences in porosity and the ability of the coating to penetrate and bond to different surfaces will cause different levels of film thickness. The thicker the film, the more intense the glow typically.

“Will my car glow blue in the sunlight?”No, because this coating is completely invisible and clear under standard light, the coating will only glow a bluish hue under the 395 NM UV light.

“Will this coating glow after being “charged” with the UV light?”No, since this coating is fluorescent and not phosphorescent, it will excite and glow only when the light is shone. Contrarily, “glow in the dark” items have a yellow/greenish hue from phosphorescent dyes– these slowly become excited under any light and will diminish over the course of a few minutes.

“What can I use this on? Can I just use this on the whole car?”Adam’s UV Ceramic Paint Coating provides protection to an extreme range of areas on your vehicle. Painted surfaces, Trim, Bed Rail Covers, Plastic Engine Bay Components,Headlights, Bed liners, Tonneau covers, Canvas tops, Floor mats— All are safe to be protected.

“What happens if I forget a spot or end up with a high-spot?”If you forget a spot and you catch it in time (10-20 minutes after removal) simply reapply to that area and wipe off after 1-2 minutes. Reactivating the product will allow for easier removal. If left on for longer, we recommend Brilliant Glaze and a microfiber applicator, or machine polishing with Correcting Polish to fully remove the imperfection.

In the detailing world, it’s become testament that preparation is key. Caring for your towels properly, polishing paint to perfection before ceramic coatings, claying the surface before applying wax… Detailing is a combination of compounding steps to ensure a perfect finish is achieved and properly maintained. The highest achievable rank of protection we have to offer is our state-of-the-art ceramic coatings, which require multiple steps to ensure a flawless application. The last step before the ceramic coating process is a thorough wipe with an IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) based solution to remove any existing residues or surface contaminants left behind during the polishing process. If this step isn’t executed properly, all the hard work and efforts you’ve previously performed can all go to waste.

Is Ceramic Coating Worth It? The Unbiased Truth And 8 Myths:

Is ceramic coating worth it? It’s certainly popular these days. There are a lot of misconceptions out there though. In today’s post, I’m going to share an unbiased look at the reality of ceramic coating and help you decide whether it’s for you or not. Let’s cut through the marketing hype and take a look at the truth.

In many cases, ceramic coating your paint is absolutely worth the price. It provides great protection against contaminants and minor scratches, all while making the vehicle much easier to clean up. Coatings aren’t for every car or owner though. It really comes down to how you use and care for it.

Some coating manufacturers and installers like to make bold claims about what these products are capable of. They want you to believe that they’re a perfect solution to protect your car’s paint. This is one case where the marketing doesn’t necessarily line up with reality. There are lots of myths being spread by people who don’t understand how coatings work or how they need to be maintained.

In order to make an educated decision on whether or not to coat your vehicle, you need to balance the views from the people that sell and install them with unbiased, real world experience. That’s what I’m hoping to help you with.

 

Should you ceramic coat your vehicle?

Ceramic coating is not a one size fits all solution to protect your paint. For some vehicles, it’s life changing. After a few washes, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it. For others, you might feel let down, thinking it was going to make a bigger difference. So which vehicles will benefit from a ceramic coating and which ones won’t?

 

The vehicle that should be ceramic coated:

  • Has paint that’s kept in near-perfect condition
  • Driven regularly in all conditions but isn’t neglected
  • Washed often, with proper wash techniques and products
  • Can benefit from the ability to wash quickly and easily

The vehicle that would be better off with a sealant:

  • A daily driver that gets abused
  • Gets very dirty, and isn’t washed right away
  • Likely to be scratched or dented
  • Owned by someone who doesn’t want to spend a lot of money

The vehicle that only needs wax:

  • A show car that requires very little protection 
  • Appearance is more important than longevity 
  • May have been previously sealed and just needs a slight boost

 

The benefits of ceramic coating

Everyone loves to talk about the upsides of ceramic coating. It’s all over the internet. I’m just going to speak about these briefly because a quick search will reveal tons of positive information that’s already out there.

Keep in mind that most of the people sharing ceramic coating info are trying to earn money from your decision. Are they going to give you the complete story? Maybe…

Ceramic coatings offer better protection than waxes or sealants, hands down. They also last much longer – usually multiple years. Many professional grade coatings even offer warranties. They repel dirt and water like nothing else, which makes them easier to clean. Their slickness and deflection helps to prevent swirl marks and marring from washing.

 
 

My own personal vehicles – why I coated some of them but not all:

I’ve applied ceramic coatings to two of my three vehicles. My Harley Davidson and my Toyota 4runner are both wearing coatings from Gtechniq. You can read my full long term review of those here: My third vehicle, a Toyota MR2, will never be ceramic coated. Why is that?

After speaking with a company rep I chose to stick with my tried and true paint sealant. A bit about the car: it still has most of the soft, original single stage paint, it’s been buffed so many times that the paint is very thin, it’s garage-kept, and it’s really only driven in nice weather.

 

So why didn’t I coat it? It was a combination of reasons.

1. The company told me that although the coating will work on single stage paint, it will be difficult to wipe off the excess product.

2. That combined with the soft and thin paint meant that it was highly possible I would add new scratches when trying to wipe off the excess coating. Should something go wrong, the only way to properly remove the coating is to compound it off. This car doesn’t have enough paint left on it for me to compound again so a mishap would result in a complete paint job. No bueno.

3. I had nothing to gain. The coating makes it easier to clean, but the car doesn’t get dirty. The coating protects against UV rays, chemicals, and bird droppings. The car is rarely exposed to those.

The coating lasts longer than a sealant or wax, but this car is garage kept. Sealants and waxes can last 3 or 4 times longer on a vehicle like this in my experience. The coating protects against swirl marks and wash marring, but again, it just wasn’t worth taking the risk.

I didn’t like the way the odds were stacked up. Sure, ceramic coatings have many benefits. The MR2 wouldn’t have been able to take advantage of them though. Plus, if something went wrong with the coating, I’d have to repaint the entire car. The choice was pretty simple at that point.

 

What about the 4runner and Harley?

My 4runner is my daily driver. It has over 200,000 kms on it and sits outside for 365 days a year. I drive it in the worst winter conditions. I take it off roading in the mud. And despite all of that, I like to keep it looking its best.

I chose to ceramic coat this vehicle because I wanted the best protection possible. It will go for weeks at a time without being washed, all the while sitting in the hot summer sun. Knowing that I neglect it from time to time, I wanted to make sure that it was protected. So was the ceramic coating the best option? Yes and no.

The industry led me to believe that having the best available protection meant that it could handle the most abuse and negligence. That’s not the case. This is one of the ceramic coating myths that I’ll share down below.

I will say that I’m happy overall with the coating on the 4runner. Once I learned what kind of care it requires, I’ve found the protection it offers is worth the price. Keep in mind that I apply coatings myself, so I only had to pay for the product. Had I paid over $1,000 in labor to have this done, perhaps I’d feel differently in terms of value.

As for the Harley, the decision was pretty easy. The only painted surfaces on it are the gas tank and fenders. I was able to use the leftover product from the 4runner to do the bike at no cost.

Harley Davidson’s Vivid Black paint is notorious for being soft and easy to scratch. I figured the ceramic coating would help this, and it did! It didn’t completely solve the problem though, leading me to Ceramic Coating Myth Number 1:

 

Ceramic Coating Myths:

 

1. Your vehicle will be scratch proof.

Some companies will even go as far as showing their coating being keyed or scratched with a lighter. The truth is, ceramic coatings are scratch resistant, NOT scratch proof. There’s a big difference. A fancy water resistant watch will work fine if you accidentally leave it on in the shower. Point a pressure washer at it for hours however, and you’re likely to run into some problems.

The same logic applies to your ceramic coating. If you follow proper safe washing procedures, you’ll see a huge decline in swirl marks and wash marring. If you wash your car with steel wool though, it’s not going to save you.

When the crazy guy you cut off on the highway keys your car in the parking lot, you’ll be heading to the body shop no matter what. You’ll also be paying to replace your coating as well.

Check out this article for a more in-depth look at whether ceramic coatings prevent scratches:

 

2. Coatings provide more gloss than sealants and waxes.

If you park a ceramic coated vehicle next to an uncoated vehicle, it’s possible that it will appear to have more shine and gloss. Is the gloss coming from the coating itself? The manufacturers would love for you to believe that it is. That’s probably not the case though.

You see, one very important requirement for applying a coating is to make sure the paint is perfectly polished and defect-free. Any scratches, contaminants, haze or swirl marks will be locked under the coating if they’re not removed first. Those defects will affect the way the light bounces off your paint, making it look less glossy.

Polishing your paint first isn’t a requirement for waxes and sealants. If you do choose to polish it before sealing it, your paint will look as good or better than a ceramic coated car. The coating isn’t providing much gloss – it’s the prep work done underneath that matters.

Don’t believe me? The photos of my MR2 in this post speak for themselves. You’ll be surprised to know that it’s wearing paint sealant from an 8 year old bottle! (Water beading is great as well and actually comes very close to my coated vehicles.)

 

3. Ceramic coatings are meant for people who don’t take care of their cars.

The truth is the exact opposite. Despite their high levels of protection, the reality is that ceramic coatings just don’t like getting overly dirty. In my experience, leaving dirt and grime on a coating for a long period of time makes it harder to clean. The contaminants will stick to it and your PH-neutral soap will have a hard time getting them off.

In the case of my 4runner, it seems to need at least 2 washes for the water beading properties to come back after I’ve left it dirty for too long. The best way to care for your coating is to wash it carefully, and often. Stay on top of maintenance. The benefits of a coating are much more apparent when it’s kept clean.

 

4. Your vehicle will be protected from stone chips.

Ceramic coatings are not thick or flexible enough to absorb the impact of a rock hitting your paint at highway speed. The only way to protect your paint from stone chips is with a high quality paint protection film. These films tend to be much more expensive than ceramic coatings.

 

5. You can skip straight to applying a coating if your vehicle is brand new.

You’d think this one would be true, but it’s not. Unfortunately, most new vehicles will be delivered to their owners with defects in the paint. Sanding marks and holograms from improper buffing are the most common.

Sometimes repairs are needed due to issues with the painting process or damage done to the vehicle after it leaves the factory. Car companies don’t spend the time or money to repair them properly, so these “fixes” will show up under certain lighting conditions.

If your car sat on the dealer’s lot for some time, it’s also very possible that it’s been washed incorrectly. That means it’ll already be covered with swirl marks. Unfortunately, this applies to every car company, from Hyundai to Ferrari. Your paint will need to be properly inspected and corrected before it’s ready for a coating, regardless of whether it’s new or not.

 

6. Ceramic coatings will last for years because they have warranties.

It’s hard to say for sure how long any coating will last. Certain variables will affect this such as the way the vehicle is washed and the climate it lives in. Many businesses will offer warranties on their coatings to give you peace of mind, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they’ll last as long as they say they will.

They usually have requirements to keep the warranty valid. You need to have proof that you washed the vehicle correctly and as often as they recommend. Sometimes they’ll even make you reapply the coating over time to qualify for the warranty.

They have these loopholes to protect themselves if the coating fails prematurely. Much like any other warranty, they’re not expecting everyone to follow the rules perfectly and that’s an easy way out.

It’s best to think of your coating as a sacrificial barrier of protection. It may last many years, or it may have to sacrifice itself early to protect your paint. It doesn’t buy you a guaranteed amount of time and there is no such thing as a “lifetime coating”. Don’t fall for that.

For more on how long a ceramic coating will last in the real world, click here:

 

7. Anyone can apply a ceramic coating themselves.

The coatings that offer the most protection for the longest amount of time are for professionals only. The reason for this is that the coating is so strong that in the event something goes wrong it can only be removed by wet sanding. The companies don’t want the liability of you messing up your paint, so they only offer these to their accredited detailing businesses.

There’s usually a process required to become an accredited detailer. It involves proving to the company that they are experienced and know what they’re doing. Finding one of these detailers will give you peace of mind knowing that they have the right skills for the job.

Most ceramic coating companies have a milder “prosumer” version of their flagship coating that they offer to DIY detailers. It might seem like anyone can apply these themselves without problems, but that’s not always the greatest idea.

The application can still be tricky, and you need to have a very clean environment with correct lighting to do a proper job. In my opinion, unless you have plenty of experience with paint correction, these coatings are also best left to the professionals to apply.

These don’t need to be wet sanded to be removed, but if you have any leftover high spots it will certainly require compounding and polishing to fix. It’s not always as easy as the guys in the videos make it look.

 

8. Ceramic coated vehicles can be washed with water only.

Perhaps if your car is just slightly dusty, you might be able to get away with rinsing it off and blow drying it. If you’re going to touch your paint though, water is never enough lubrication on its own.

Any company that claims you can use only water and a towel to wash your vehicle should be avoided. That will surely cause scratches. You need to use a soap that’s recommended for ceramic coatings. That brings me to the next point I’d like to discuss:

 

 

Washing your car with PH Neutral Soap 

Most coating companies recommend that you only use PH neutral soaps to wash your coated vehicle. There’s nothing wrong with that in itself. These soaps are the safest to use because they’re so mild. We originally started using them because they won’t strip the wax or sealant from our paint.

The problem arises when you’re dealing with a very dirty vehicle. If your soap isn’t strong enough to strip a wax or sealant, that means it’s also not strong enough to remove road grime, oils, and even bug splatter. So if you choose to stick with these mild soaps, you need to wash your vehicle often to keep it from getting to the point of being “dirty”.

Scott from Dallas Paint Correction and Auto Detailing has touched on this quite a bit on his Youtube channel. If this concept interests you, I highly suggest you check him out.

The other option is to use stronger chemicals and cleaners but then you could be risking the longevity of your coating. You see, the base coating is more than strong enough to withstand this treatment, but most coatings are done in 2 separate layers.

The base coating is tough and needs to be sanded or compounded to be removed. But the top coating that adds the extra gloss and hydrophobic properties (the fancy water beading) is much easier to remove.

How easy it comes off will vary depending on the brand of coating and the age of it. Yours might hold up to the use of stronger chemicals. But with the cost of ceramic coating, do you really want to take the chance to find out?

I learned this the hard way with my 4runner. I used a diluted all purpose cleaner to help break down excessive dirt and after a few washes, it stripped the coating’s top layer. 

 

Ceramic coating is a money-maker

I believe businesses should always be profitable. There’s nothing wrong with making money. The name of the game for a business is to sell as much of your product to as many people as possible. I don’t think what the coating companies are doing here is wrong. But I do think you need to understand what’s going on as a potential customer.

A quick look at your coating company’s product line will usually reveal more than just coatings. They’ll have a bunch of other products that are designed to work with your coating. The use of fancy branding and clever names makes them look like a desirable “matching set.”

 

What’s the deal?

The fact is, ceramic coatings do require special care. These companies would love for you to throw away your current detailing products and purchase all of theirs. Again, I don’t necessarily think there’s anything wrong with that. If you like their products, buy as much as you want. Keep this in mind though:

The clear coat on your paint is there to protect it. That’s its job. Now we add a ceramic coating on top to protect the clear coat. Next, you need to protect your long term ceramic coating with a shorter term “topcoat”. This topcoat needs to be protected with the use of a coating specific detail spray.

In order to protect all of this protection, it’s recommended that you use the company’s special coating specific soap. Now you’re at a point where you’re concerned about protecting the protection of your protection. See how quickly this can get out of hand?

It’s important for you to know that the initial purchase of your coating might not be your only expense. If you don’t follow the recommended maintenance, there’s no guarantee how long your coating will last or how well it will perform. It costs money to look after your coating properly. And the coating companies are making millions from it.

 

How do paint sealants compare to ceramic coatings?

Now that we know what it takes to care for a ceramic coating, let’s talk about how waxes and paint sealants compare. There’s something to be said about the simplicity of a wax or sealant.

First, the cost of having them applied is at least 10 times less than a ceramic coating. Is the protection you get from a coating 10 times better than a sealant? That’s a tough call. The beauty of a paint sealant is that it offers some protection while being easy to remove, and cheap to replace. For example:

You notice a few light scratches on your driver’s door. A mobile detailer can come and buff these out, then re-seal the area in a matter of minutes. He can even do it outside in your driveway. Good luck doing that with a ceramic coated vehicle.

First, the coating needs to be removed from the whole panel, then the damage can be fixed, then it needs to be re-coated. You cannot spot treat scratches on a coated vehicle. 

Has your vehicle been neglected to the point where it’s covered with traffic film and dirt? No problem. Hit it with a strong car soap (stripping the sealant) and re-seal it. You avoid potentially spending hundreds of dollars on coating specific care products.

For these reasons alone, I believe paint sealants will never die. They offer decent (although shorter lasting) protection and are much easier and cheaper to both apply and maintain. Check out this post for ways to get the most out of your paint sealant.

 

 

What about wax? Is it dead?

Absolutely not. I don’t think there’s any product out there that offers more clarity and shine than a high quality carnuba wax. Waxes are still incredibly popular with show car owners and car collectors.

All they care about is the appearance of their paint. Their cars don’t need a ton of protection because they’re so well cared for and rarely see anything but sunny weather. Some of them don’t even go outside. These cars have nothing to gain from a ceramic coating.

Paint sealants tend to give your paint more of a synthetic look (as do some ceramic coatings). It’s kind of hard to explain if you haven’t seen it for yourself. It isn’t dull or hazy, just a bit “muted”. This is easily remedied by adding a thin layer of wax on top.

While this technique is now considered old school, it’s still very effective. The wax will boost the longevity of the sealant, and when applied to properly polished paint, it looks fantastic. Waxing your car is also therapeutic for many people. 

So the comparison between the wax/sealant combo and ceramic coatings is quite simple. Let’s assume in both cases that the vehicle has had a proper paint correction before either option is applied.

It comes down to this: Paint sealants are cheaper, offer less protection and are easier apply. Ceramic coatings offer much better protection, but are expensive and require more care.

 

That’s the reality of ceramic coatings, folks. I don’t want you to think I’m completely against them because I’m not. Keep in mind that 2 of my 3 vehicles are coated. It’s a great option if you can afford it and care for it properly! 

But the truth is, no product on the market will put a bulletproof force field of protection around your car. The best way to protect your vehicle is to take proper care of it. There’s no magic product that will allow you to avoid this. I hope you’ve found this post helpful in making your decision.

Make sure to check out my Recommended Products page for all of my favorite waxes, sealants, and ceramic coatings. Have you decided that ceramic coating is for you? Read on to find out how to tell the difference between a cheap ceramic coating and a high-quality one.

 

What is Paint Protection & it’s Worth

If you’re reading this, chances are that you’re considering the many paint protection options out there and wondering whether it’ll be worthy of your investment. As car enthusiasts ourselves, getting paint protection for your car will be worth it for so many reasons.

One of the reasons is that you get to protect your car’s paint against damage from the likes of stone chips, tree sap, corrosive bird droppings, and fading. However, note that paint protection cannot protect your car against severe damages like parking scuffs and dents.

Having said that, the purpose of getting a car paint protection is to keep your car’s original paint, shine, and gloss looking as new as possible, just as when it first came out of the showroom, for as long as possible.

In this article, we will share the most recommended car paint protection in Singapore along with the different types of paint protection.

Most Recommended Car Paint Protection in Singapore

Given the variety of car paint protection on the island, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the number of opinions you get on different types of car paint protection. That’s why we’re here to help, starting with the most recommended type of car paint protection – ceramic coating.

Marketed to many car enthusiasts as the best way to protect their car’s paint, ceramic coating is deemed the most ideal paint protection system for various car components, offering superior resistance against heat, abrasion, chemical, water, and impact.

Well, ceramic coating is silica-based which is commonly derived from quartz crystals and sand. When these inorganic compounds (in the form of viscous liquid) bond with your car’s paintwork, the ceramic coating will form a crystal-clear shell on the paintwork and become a semi-permanent sealant that lasts longer than any other car paint protection.

On a mineral hardness scale, ceramic coating can go up to 9H, which is similar to corundum – a rock-forming mineral that is widely known for its extreme hardness and sometimes found as beautiful transparent crystals in many different colours.

Although the coatings are semi-permanent, they last much longer than your conventional car wax. When it is properly applied and left to cure, the ceramic coating can create a permanent hydrophobic surface, making it more difficult for dirt, mud, and grime to stick onto your car’s paintwork. So, washing and rinsing your car will be so much easier.

Aside from the hydrophobic nature, adding a ceramic coat to your car’s paintwork will make your car look extremely shiny. Let’s say you’ve been driving your car through the rain, mud, and other contaminants in the past week. You can imagine all the dirt and grime that is stuck on the paintwork. All you have to do to restore its gleam is to wash and rinse your car. This eliminates the need to polish and/or wax your car.

Different Types of Car Paint Protection Explained

Aside from ceramic coating, there are many different types of car paint protection out there. Among the recommended car coatings in Singapore are Paint Protection Film (PPF), automotive waxes like carnauba wax, and synthetic paint sealants. Let’s dive deeper into each of these car paint protection.

Paint Protection Film

Also known as PPF, paint protection film is one of the most expensive paint protection available out there as the film can last up to 10 years under proper maintenance. This military-grade film, when applied to your car’s paintwork, offers superior protection against acidic contaminants and lowers the paint’s oxidation rate due to prolonged sun exposure.

Unfortunately, paint protection film can reduce the shine of your car’s paintwork and should only be applied by professionals as an untrained application can potentially damage the body of your car. If a section of the film is damaged, you will need to completely replace the entire film.

Automotive Waxes

Commonly referred to as hard hydrocarbon at room temperature, the waxes can originate from natural sources like carnauba or synthetic material like silicone. However, it is greatly affected by heat and water, making its lifespan rather short in Singapore’s hot and humid climate.

When compared to ceramic coating and PPF, automotive wax is by far the simplest and cheapest car coating option to give your car some shine. But at the same time, it quickens the damage to your car’s paintwork as the oily nature of car wax can attract a myriad of dust particles that stick on your car’s surface.

When you wash your car, these dust particles get swirled around, leaving tiny scratches on the paintwork. So you bring your car to a waxing professional, who uses electrical buffers to polish your car, leaving swirl marks that allow dust and acidic rain to damage your paintwork. Thus, increasing the oxidation rate of your paintwork.

Synthetic Paint Sealants

Different from the previous paint protection option, synthetic paint sealants offer a longer-lasting alternative to car wax as they can last from 6 to 10 months. What makes it different from car waxes is that synthetic paint sealants are made from man-made chemicals while waxes are made from organic base compounds.

For this reason, synthetic paint sealants are made with car paint protection in mind. They can include other base compounds like polymer and Teflon to increase the paint protection level and protect your car’s paintwork against corrosive contaminants like bird droppings.

On top of that, synthetic paint sealants, when applied to a properly prepped and clean paint surface, will give the car a shiny or glass-like appearance. This will help to reduce road grime from sticking.

So, it all comes back to our main question – which is the best car paint protection for your car? At this point, we’d say it depends on your lifestyle, preferences, and budgets before recommending any of our car paint protection products and services to you.

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    About Singapore

    As one admiring visitor said about Singapore:

    Singapore is an expensive, chic, beautiful city day and night. Exactly! A metropolis with a variety of cultures, races and nationalities. Singapore is the city of the future. This is a real example of what the cities of the planet will look like in the near future. A city-state where the best specialists from all over the world work. Beautiful people are white collars.Europeans, Asians, Africans, Latinos. A real example of cosmopolitanism, saturated with the bright colors of the tropics of Southeast Asia and high-rise, modern buildings! Singapore is one big show, as it should be!

    Speaking in the dry language of facts, the following can be said about Singapore.

    Singapore is a member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Here the West meets the East. The seaport, one of the largest in the world, as well as the main aviation hub in Asia – Changi Airport – provide ample opportunities for entering almost all Asian markets, including China, India, Australia, Taiwan, Malaysia and others.

    Business support by the state, stable economic and political system

    The Government of Singapore supports and stimulates business and economic development in a variety of ways. It takes only 1-2 days to register a business. The procedures are automated, most of the actions are carried out electronically via the Internet. State bodies provide assistance at all stages. The state regulates various options for financial support for different types of companies: for new, small, large businesses, for international companies wishing to locate their representative offices or headquarters in Singapore.There are no restrictions on opening and running a business by foreigners.

    Category Seat Source
    Ease of Doing Business 1 World Bank Doing Business 2012 Report
    Competitiveness of the economy 2 World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Yearbook 2011-2012
    Business cost competitiveness 1 KPMG Competitiveness Opportunity Study 2006
    Business environment 1 Economist Intelligence Unit, Country Forecast December 2010
    Economic freedom 2 Heritage Foundation, 2010 Index of Economic Freedom
    Globalization of the Nation 1 A.T. Kearney / Foreign Policy Magazine 2006 Globalization Index
    Investment potential 1 Business Environment Risk Intelligence (BERI) Report August 2011
    Foreign commerce and investment 3 A.T. Kearney / Foreign Policy Magazine, 2010 Globalization Index
    The most open economy for international commerce and investment 1 World Economic Forum Global Trade Facilitation Report 2010

    Changi Airport and Singapore Airlines are examples of the Singapore government’s involvement in stimulating and developing the economy.Most of the shares in these organizations are owned by the government. The result of a well-thought-out and forward-looking management and hands-off policy is the incredibly successful development of both companies.

    The Government of Singapore is heading towards the development of the country’s economy and industry. The laws contain clear, effective rules designed to ease the organization and operation of business structures. In this regard, there are no bureaucratic delays and corruption.

    Category Seat Source
    Political stability, Asia 1 Economic and Political Risk Assessment Agency, 2009
    Quality Management, Asia 1 Economic and Political Risk Assessment Agency, June 2006
    Least bureaucracy and red tape, Asia 1 World Competitiveness Index of the Institute for Management Development (IMD, Switzerland) for 2011
    Most Holistic Governance, Asia 1 Agency for the Assessment of Economic and Political Risk, March 2006
    Least Corruption, World / Asia 7/1 World Competitiveness Index of the Institute for Management Development (IMD, Switzerland) for 2011
    Governance transparency World / Asia 2/1 World Competitiveness Index of the Institute for Management Development (IMD, Switzerland) for 2011

    Singapore has entered into international agreements on free trade, on investment guarantees, on the elimination of double taxation and other agreements on the elimination of economic barriers with many developed countries, so its residents receive many advantages in the form of tariff concessions, benefits, quick access to foreign markets and protection of intellectual rights.

    It is allowed to register an offshore business, that is, a business registered in a jurisdiction other than the place of business or the location of investors. The term “offshore company” is often viewed with negative attitudes, like a company trying to hide profits and evade taxes. If a company is registered in Singapore, such a relationship does not arise, since Singapore occupies a worthy place in the world economic community. In accordance with Russian legislation (Order of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation No. 108n dated November 13, 2007) Singapore is not recognized as an offshore zone.However, Singapore has low taxes, preferential taxation is applied in many cases, and all information about the banking operations of a Singapore company is completely confidential.

    Attractive tax regime

    Tax rates in Singapore are among the lowest in the world. Most new companies in Singapore are subject to a tax exemption regime, in which the first 3 years of existence, the company is completely exempt from tax on the first 100,000 Singapore dollars, and only half of the next $ 200,000 is taxed.The general corporate tax rate is 17%.

    Singapore has a one-off income tax system. This means that only one tax is paid on profit – corporate tax, and after that dividends paid from this profit to shareholders are no longer taxed.

    Capital gains are not taxed. There are various industry tax breaks. Transfer of profits and repatriation of capital are carried out without collection of duties, all foreign investments in Singapore banks are exempt from tax on interest on deposits.

    More than 65 treaties for the avoidance of double taxation with other countries (including with Russia) reduce the taxation of a resident of one country on profits earned in another country (such treaties often establish reduced tax rates or exemption from tax on certain types of profits) …

    Personal income tax starts at 0% and rises to 20% on profits over S $ 320,000.

    GST (Goods and Services Tax, analogous to VAT) is levied at a rate of 7%, which is much lower than the average worldwide and even in the Asian region.

    If it is planned to operate the company as offshore, then it must be borne in mind that profits received from sources outside Singapore (and remaining outside Singapore) are not subject to Singapore tax. There are other perks that you can take advantage of.

    Liberal Immigration Policy

    For foreigners wishing to move to Singapore to run their business here, as well as for businessmen wishing to hire foreign workers, there is the possibility of obtaining a work visa.

    To ensure continued economic growth, Singapore attracts a valuable workforce and strives to become a global market for talent. It is not difficult for foreign professionals to obtain permanent resident status in Singapore, after which many benefits become available to them, almost on a par with Singapore citizens.

    Both on a work visa and as a permanent resident, immigrants can bring their family members with them to Singapore.

    According to the 2006 International Institute for Management Development’s Global Competitiveness Yearbook, Singapore’s immigration policy is ranked first in Asia and fourth globally for its liberalization, which ensures a steady increase in the foreign labor force.

    Effective legal system

    In 2007, the Hong Kong Economic and Political Risk Agency recognized Singapore as the most risk-free country in Asia. In 2008, it was ranked second as one of the best judicial systems in Asia. Singapore has an absolutely transparent, stable and effective legal system. Commercial, labor, manufacturing, tax and other business-related matters are governed by clear, clear rules.

    Intellectual property rights are seriously protected in Singapore.Here you can not only register a trademark, but also apply for an international registration. According to the World Economic Forum’s World Competitiveness Yearbook 2011-2012, Singapore was ranked second in the world and first in Asia in terms of intellectual property protection.

    Singapore has several dispute resolution systems and in most cases commercial disputes are resolved quickly, cost effectively and without going to court.

    Productive workforce

    Singapore’s economy is based on knowledge, education and high professional qualifications are an integral part of the local workforce. Thanks to a liberal immigration policy, professionals from all over the world work here.

    Labor quality Seat Source
    Comparative performance 1 Business Environment Risk Intelligences, 2007
    Technical skills 1 Business Environment Risk Intelligences, 2007
    Overall labor quality 1 Economic and Political Risk Assessment Agency, 2007
    Skilled labor 1 International Institute for Management Development Global Competitiveness Yearbook 2007 replica rolex from china
    Management skills Seat Source
    Leadership reliability 1 International Institute for Management Development Global Competitiveness Yearbook 2007
    Building skills = by local leaders of the cultural bridge to the global business space 1 Economic and Political Risk Assessment Agency, 2007
    International Senior Leadership 1 International Institute for Management Development Global Competitiveness Yearbook 2007
    Availability of competent senior managers 1 International Institute’s Global Competitiveness Yearbook
    Labor Force Assessment Indicator 1 Business Environment Risk Intelligences, 2011
    Labor force motivation indicator, Asia 3 World Competitiveness Index of the Institute for Management Development (IMD, Switzerland) for 2011
    Better Worker-Employer Relationship, World / Asia 2/1 World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Yearbook 2011-2012

    Developed infrastructure

    Depending on the size and nature of the business, you can settle in an industrial or office complex, build the necessary premises on a separate plot of land, and also use ready-made office or industrial solutions.

    Technology in Singapore is used to improve the efficiency of any activity. 99% of the population has access to broadband.

    Category Seat Source
    Network Availability 2 Global Information Technology Report 2010-2011, World Economic Forum
    Electronic Ready 13 Economist Intelligence Unit, 2006
    Nation Technology Readiness, Asia 2 Global Competitiveness Ranking 2006-2007

    High standard of living

    Most foreign professionals and entrepreneurs come to Singapore with their families.For them, the quality of life is of great importance – social environment, cost of living, housing, education and other components.

    Category Seat Source
    Best Place to Live for Asian Expatriates 1 ECA International, 2006
    The Best Place to Live, Work and Play in Asia 1 Mercer Human Resource Consulting, 2005-2006
    The safest city in Asia 1 Mercer Human Resource Consulting, 2008
    Best quality of life in Asia 1 Mercer Human Resource Consulting, 2006-2008
    Best Shopping Place 2 Rating of national brands for 2006
    Best Place for Nightlife and Restaurant Food 2 Rating of national brands for 2006

    Republic of Singapore – Humanitarian Portal

    Government and political system of Singapore – a unitary democratic state with a parliamentary form of government.The country has the Constitution of 1963 (with amendments and additions). The head of the Republic of Singapore is a president, elected by direct general election for a term of 6 years. Under the Singapore Constitution, the President is the head of state, but has limited powers and is primarily a representative. The supreme legislative body of the Republic of Singapore is a unicameral parliament, whose deputies are elected by the population for a term of 5 years. Executive power belongs to the cabinet of ministers headed by the prime minister.The Cabinet of Ministers is selected by the Prime Minister and formally appointed by the President.

    The Republic of Singapore does not have an administrative-territorial division in the generally accepted sense, due to the small size of the state. Instead, it employs a notional division of the territory into 5 districts, or regions, developed in the early 1990s as part of the Singapore development concept and used for administrative and economic planning purposes. Regions, in turn, are divided into 55 planning districts, or zones.

    No. Administrative unit Administrative center
    1 North-Eastern District Badok
    2 Northwestern District Woodlands
    3 Central District Bukit-Merah
    4 South-Eastern District Hougang
    5 South-Western District West Jurong

    90,000 Why are foreign companies moving to Singapore?

    Singapore – Gateway to Asia

    Singapore has established itself as the preferred jurisdiction for companies of all sizes to locate their Asian headquarters.

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    Singapore has a huge number of double taxation treaties (DTTs) with over 70 countries around the world. The main benefits of VOS include:

    a) avoidance of double taxation,

    b) lower withholding taxes

    c) preferential tax treatment.

    All this plays an important role in minimizing the tax burden on the holding structure of the company. An extensive VOS network, coupled with the absence of capital gains tax and dividends, makes Singapore a very attractive jurisdiction for business investment through a holding company registered in Singapore.

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    Singapore’s taxation system is considered “simple and investor friendly”. The highest corporate income tax on taxable income is 17%. Capital gains tax and dividend income is 0%. No taxes are withheld on dividends after taxes paid out of Singapore.

    It is important that any income from foreign sources is exempt from taxes if the income has already been taxed in a country with a declared tax rate of at least 15%.Singapore’s legal framework offers equal opportunities for foreign investors without restrictions on foreign ownership of property and any control over currency exchange.

    Strategic location with excellent connections

    Singapore has a unique geographic location. The country is strategically located at the intersection of the world’s major trade and sea routes, including the main sea route between India and China. Traveling to most of Southeast Asia requires a short plane flight.Singapore is known as a transportation hub, home to the famous Changi Airport, with sophisticated port infrastructure that has also consistently been voted Asia’s Best Seaport (Asian Freight and Supply Network Award) for 24 years.

    Singapore’s telecommunications infrastructure is also of the highest world class. The World Economic Forum ranks the country in its 2015 Global Information Technology Report as one of the leading economies in using information and communication technologies to promote their country’s competitiveness.Indeed, it is the only Asian country included in the top ten rankings of this Report out of 142 countries around the world.

    Skilled and multilingual workforce

    Singapore’s business environment is rightfully attractive to skilled and motivated workers from all over the world. A rapidly evolving innovative work environment coupled with Singapore’s strong local workforce strengthens the country’s reputation as one of the most efficient and motivated workforce in the region.This is confirmed by the rating of the IMD Yearbook of World Competitiveness.

    The country is also known for its multicultural society, which is as diverse as it is harmonious. Its citizens have different racial roots, which allows it to offer staffing solutions in response to the demands of multilingualism and multiculturalism.

    Sophisticated immigration policy

    Singapore offers a variety of immigration programs for skilled entrepreneurs and practitioners.The government always strives to attract foreign investment and strengthen its local workforce with high-level specialists from around the globe, in line with Singapore’s liberal immigration policy.

    Great relocation place for senior management and their families

    Singapore is one of the most prosperous and stable countries in Asia. The country’s stable political environment, convenience of services and a cosmopolitan environment make Singapore an increasingly attractive destination for expatriates and their families.

    The country offers a wide variety of dining and entertainment options, tropical gardens and world-class hotels, highly developed infrastructure and – essential for aspiring families – a host of globally recognized schools and universities.

    The friendliness and warmth of Asia, coupled with a vibrant modern lifestyle, make Singapore a very good place to live, work and study.

    Intellectual property protection

    Singapore offers a robust intellectual property (IP) protection regime supported by a proven legal system and IP infrastructure.The government’s IP policy is tailored to foster innovation, creativity and growth in industry and commerce in Singapore. The IP regime is recognized by the World Economic Forum in the 2015 Global Information Technology Report as the best regime in Asia for IP enforcement.

    Despite high international ratings, the government is planning additional initiatives to further improve the country’s IP landscape and create an IP hub for Asia.

    Effective legal system

    Singapore’s legal system, inherited from the British, has now become a separate jurisdiction.The system continues to evolve to maintain its relevance in the current cultural, economic and commercial climate by incorporating common law as well as the best practices of other mature legal systems.

    Singapore’s legal system is globally recognized for its efficiency and integrity, and the country is ranked as the least bureaucratic in Asia according to the IMD Global Competitiveness Yearbook 2014. Business operations in Singapore are not burdened with paperwork and are not forced to slow down their operations due to bribery or slow legal procedures.

    The government views access to the law as a fundamental economic value that is cherished and nurtured to enhance the country’s reputation as a prime business center and a leading right-wing hub in Asia. Singapore’s commercial legal system is renowned for its fairness and impartiality, which makes it a natural choice as a venue for dispute resolution in Southeast Asia, especially through mediation and arbitration.

    Moreover, Singapore has a rich talent pool in the legal services industry.

    Best Place in the World to Do Business

    Leading institutions that track economic and commercial activity around the world agree that Singapore is attractive as a place to do business. Over the past ten years, the country has been ranked first by the World Bank as the most convenient for doing business. It is in second place in the World Bank’s Global Competitiveness Index for 2014-2015.

    Go-to-market options for foreign companies

    Foreign companies interested in their presence in Singapore have several direct options, which are briefly described below.

    Subsidiary

    Generally, the incorporation of a Singapore subsidiary is the preferred option for small and medium-sized foreign companies intending to establish a presence in Singapore. Singapore allows 100% foreign ownership of local registered companies. This structure provides the necessary protection for the interests of the beneficiaries and can also be very tax efficient. The Singapore Subsidiary Incorporation Guide includes a comprehensive overview and incorporation procedure.

    Branch

    A foreign company may choose to open a subsidiary in order to legally begin its business in Singapore. A branch, although a registered legal entity, is treated as part of a foreign company and therefore its liability extends to the foreign company and its income is not subject to the tax breaks and benefits otherwise accorded to Singapore tax resident companies.

    You can find answers to questions about opening a branch here.

    Representative

    Foreign companies interested in exploring potential business opportunities in Singapore and the region may prefer to open a representative office before engaging in any commercial activity or large-scale investment.

    A representative office is a temporary structure that does not have a legal entity, and therefore it cannot participate in any trade or other commercial activity; only market and feasibility studies are allowed.At the same time, the cost of registering a representative office is significantly lower, which makes it an ideal way for foreign companies who want to first explore the business environment in Singapore.

    More information on dealerships can be found here.

    More information on the three options for registering a company in Singapore can be found here.

    In conclusion

    Singapore continues to attract record investment despite the challenges of the global economic environment.

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