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Auto Butler Paint Protection...

5 Year Paint Protection Warranty with Follow-up Program

Would you like to protect your vehicle from the ugly spots caused by exposure to weather, fallout and acid rain? Do the unsightly marks left by bird droppings and tree sap bother you? You could regularly polish you car, but that takes time and energy, plus it’s costly. Why go through all of that effort when there is a better way to keep your car gleaming bright? The Auto Butler Premier Paint Protection II program, with its two-step process, gives you the protection you need and the shine you want - we guarantee it!

Auto Butler’s two-step re-application program gives you years of warranty protection and assures a “new car finish” look that more than redeems the application cost when it comes to trade-in time. Auto Butler even sends you re-application reminders to be sure your car looks its best...all the time!

Did You Know...

The Environmental Protection Agency concluded that acid rain etches dull looking spots into the paint finish of your vehicle.

Newsweek stated that acid rain is now a nation problem.

In fact, the Washington Post claimed that acid rain causes $7 billion in damage annually.

Much like a good sunscreen protects your skin, paint protection shields a vehicle’s valuable paint surface from dangerous ultra violet rays. Equally important, paint protection creates a protective barrier that shields the paint from environmental hazards including tree sap, bird droppings, road grime and industrial contaminants. Appearance-wise, paint protection brings out and maintains the depth and luster within every professional paint job.

To protect your paint and appearance we professionally complete two important steps. First, to be treated, the surface must be prepared for the paint by removing any dirt, or industrial contaminants. This is accomplished with a high-grade cleaner/polish. Next, the paint protection is applied to protect the original paint against degradation caused by environmental hazards and UV radiation.
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