Salt brine is hitting Edmonton roads this year and can cause corrosion on vehicles. Find out how you can save money and protect your car from rusting!
With the elements of our environment especially here in Alberta, vehicles are exposed to some of the worst weather in the world. Hot summers with plenty of sunlight that deteriorate vehicle's clear coat with UV rays and worst of all our long dreadful winters age your vehicle quicker than a rolling rock star in their prime. Rocks are laid out in the streets to provide grip on the vehicle's tires, and rocks can be spewed up from other vehicles which pelt our paint causing chips and destroying windshields.
Here at Ming Shine a very common question we come across is what is the difference between a Paint Coating, and a Paint Protection Film. Consumers who are interested in protecting their vehicle are often confused about the 2 products. Paint Protection Film (PPF) and Paint Coating are actually 2 very different things and serve their own purposes. In this blog we will go through what the differences are, weigh in their pros and cons, and hopefully help you decide which option is best for you.
In Today's day and age there are many options of vehicle coatings and or waxes, so which one should you choose? This post is to help you decide which coating route you can take when it comes to your vehicle. The traditional options of waxes or sealants have been available for decades but in recents years new products known as ceramic or “nanocoatings” have become available to the detailing industry revolutionizing the way we detail and protect our vehicles.