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How Interior Fabric Protection Works

Diagram of paint being protected
Comparison of uncoated vs coated
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Diagram of treatment protecting fabric

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Williams Paint Protection

Williams Paint Protection is a synthetic coat added to the exterior of your car to keep it looking as good as new.

Without Synthetic Coat protection your paintwork could become dull and faded over time, due to the atmospheric pollutants and harsh car wash chemicals it becomes exposed to over time.

A Synthetic Coat bonds with the pores in your car's paintwork, alloys, bumpers and glass leaving a smooth, high gloss finish.

What Does A Synthetic Coat Protect Against?

  • Prevents paintwork dulling
  • Protects against temperature extremes
  • Protection from plant and tree sap
  • Protection from atmospheric pollutants
  • Protects against UV exposure
  • Lifetime guarantee

Specific exclusions may apply, see terms and conditions.

    Does A Synthetic Coat Really Work?

    Don’t just take our word for it - the results speak for themselves.

    Paint protection has been tested independently by Scientific Material International for Boeing and approved for use in the aviation industry. The test proved that the product conforms to D6-17487 which helps stop paint softening and crazing. It also increased hardness of the surface within 24 hours of the Synthetic Coat paint protection being applied. This results in an increase of the ‘beading’ effect so dirt and grime just rolls off.

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    *Please note, we do not apply paint protection to the roof of commercial vehicles

    Protecting The Interior Of Your Car

    In addition to Williams Paint Protection on the exterior of your car, we will also apply Synthetic Coat Fabric Protection to your car’s interior.

    The Fabric Protection covers each fibre with a film that protects your interior fabrics from spillages and everyday stains. This film resists soaking from hot and cold drinks, food particles and dirt, so you can easily wipe clean surfaces that have been treated.

    The Benefits Of A Synthetic Coat Fabric Protector

    • Prevents build up of dirt and grime
    • Hydrophobic
    • Invisible resin based material
    • Tested to prevent staining from spillages

    For leather seats, there is a Leather Protector available that helps keep your leather supple and prevents it drying out

    Synthetic Coat Protection FAQs

    Will The Synthetic Coat Have To Be Reapplied?

    No. The Synthetic Coat comes with a lifetime guarantee, so it will not need to be reapplied.

    How Often Should Cars With A Synthetic Coat Be Cleaned Or Polished?

    A regular wash with mild soap (not dishwashing detergent) and water is recommended.

    Can I Take My Vehicle Through A Carwash If A Synthetic Coat Has Been Applied?

    Certainly. A simple wash and dry cycle will not affect the Synthetic Coat and may be the best way to keep your vehicle clean.

    Can I Use Any Vehicle Shampoo?

    Yes, although it is advised that a leading brand is chosen or one that is specifically for cars with Synthetic Coats.

    If The Vehicle Sustains Accidental Damage, Will I Need To Have It Recoated?

    In the event of an accident, Synthetic Coat will be reapplied where necessary as part of the insurance claim.

    Costs:

    £329 (lifetime cover)