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Protects Your Vehicle
Left unprotected and out in the elements, your car's paint will quickly oxidize. You won't notice the damage over a period of a month or two, but its there. After a year in the elements without protection, your paint will be noticeably dull and rough.
When water evaporates from your car's paint, it leaves behind the trace elements it contains. Calcium and metals are the most damaging ingredients found in your tap water. Additionally, the magnifying effect of a water droplet increases the sun's intensity, causing an increase in UV damage. If water spots are allowed to stay for more than a week or so, the minerals will etch the paint.
Insects have always been a nuisance for those who like to drive a clean car. The head-on collision of that juicy June bug on your car's beautiful paint and trim is far from one-sided. As the bug's exoskeleton explodes, acidic fluids are firmly embedded in the surface of your car's paint. Any attempt to remove the calcified remains could result in scratched paint.
Bird droppings are very acidic (pH 3.5 to 4.5). When bird droppings fall on your paint, the acid begins to burn and etch the paint's surface. The longer the bird droppings remain, the greater the damage.
Trees use their sap to defend their roots against intruders and therefore can be very damaging for your vehicle's paint. The sap forms small rust colored spots which can permanently damage your paint.
Industrial fallout are made up of tiny metallic particles that become airborne. These particles can have a damaging effect on your car's finish.