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Old 08-01-2017, 01:12 PM   #1
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Soft protection

I have a MY16 Discovery in black. I'm no expert but it seems to have the softest paint on earth? I struggle to keep the paint mark free despite using a nice Dooka mitt, 2bm etc etc
When new I machine polished the whole car and used AS silver seal paint sealant. I use mostly AS but have also used c2v3 and Fk1000p over the top.
Has anyone got any advise to protect the paint or have experience of LR paints?

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Old 09-01-2017, 08:14 PM   #2
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They do have very soft paint, which I always find strange for a rugged car, but it's the same across the JLR range.

A tough ceramic coating is the way to go if you want the swirls to stay at bay.
There are a bunch that you can apply yourself (in the right conditions). The harder wearing ones tend to be detailer only like Ceramic Pro 9H, Ctechniq Crystal Serum and such.
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Welcome to the dark side of landrover I tried everything on mine and it was a constant battle, I think your only way is to invest in a coating.
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I put kamikaze ism on my santorini black evoque have had no bother since. Even started doing Garry Deans rinseless wash.
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Welcome to the dark side of landrover I tried everything on mine and it was a constant battle, I think your only way is to invest in a coating.
I haven't had any issue with the Evoque or even the older Discovery but the MY16 one seems to be painted with cottage cheese
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Old 24-01-2017, 05:06 PM   #6
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drying is a major area for defects if your not gentle ever thought of a blower to dry the wagon? less touching can only be a good thing
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