What is the difference between WaxGuard and other Teflon or PTFE treatments? 

The main difference is the duration of the protection. In side by side tests with  

Teflon based products, WaxGuard showed a clear visible advantage. 


Why would I protect the WaxGuard Protection layer against UV-radiation? 

Thanks to its special protective layer, UV-radiation has almost no influence  

on the paint surface which preserves and retain the high gloss. 


Is it possible to apply the WaxGuard treatment on painted bumpers? 

Yes, painted bumpers can easily be treated with WaxGuard without  

worry of colour matching. 


Does WaxGuard protects wheels as well? 

WaxGuard gives excellent protection on alloy wheels and aluminium  

for both car and commercial vehicles. 


Is it possible to apply WaxGuard on your windows? 

WaxGuard is not designed for use on windows, we would suggest  

either Cartec Glass Cleaner or Cartec Glass Polish. 


What does WaxGuard do on chrome and plastic parts? 

WaxGuard protects chrome. Plastic should be avoided. For the protection  

of plastic, there are other products developed, which can be used for that purpose. 


Is the WaxGuard protection also suitable for red cars?  

Whilst red is probably the most popular colour to lose it’s gloss, WaxGuard Protection  

Treatment is extremely efficient on red vehicles. If the paintwork has degraded and lost  

colour prior to treatment, use Cartec Super Paint Cleaner and Cartec Perfect Polish to  

renovate surface prior to WaxGuard Treatment. 


Is it possible to apply WaxGuard on top of another brand paint protector? 

No, it is not possible to apply WaxGuard on top of another brand. The car needs to be  

pre-cleaned completely, until the residue of wax and paint protector have disappeared.  

Your WaxGuard Specialist has a specific product to do this. Following this operation,  

the surface will be ready to be treated with WaxGuard.