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I have a new NX on order which, after much deliberation with the other half, will be in Velvet Black.
I know that being black and non metallic, light scratches and swirling will show up more readily than on lighter bodywork. As such we were considering taking the Lexus paint protector which I think is through Supagard.
So my question is will this type of protection even help towards preventing swirls etc. And if so is the Lexus offering good value/worth while? E.g. would I be better off taking it to a third party auto detailer? Any advice or experience would be greatly appreciated
Dear fellow owners,
I am just replacing all the four calipers on my IS250 (the new ones are still in the box), and I was wondering on getting them laquered to protect those from rust.
Ideally I would't paint them so I am planning to use a clear coat only.
I found these products on amazon, would you think those would work on their own, without a coloured primer?
Thanks for your time.
Update - new hyperlinks for easy navigation. Interior section will be coming soon and I will be making changes throughout
Last updated - 19/10/2015
Thanks to bluenose1940 for egging me on to get this finished!
Rayaan's Guide To detailing Your Lexus.pdf
My 2007 460 paint code is 1F2 - Halfords do Toyota Tyrol silver code 1F7. Does anyone know if this is a close match and if so is it lighter or darker? I am asuming my car paint has faded.
What I want to do is paint a black sharkfin aerial to match the car.