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    Default Need feedback regarding GardX - Exterior, Interior, Tyre, Glass, Engine protector.

    Hiya Folks, A friend of mine is planning to launch GardX; Vehicle Protection systems, Petrol refiners(Engine Additives), etc in Pakistan.


    The whole Job will include the following;

    1. Car Exterior/Paint protection:

    Need feedback regarding GardX - Exterior Interior Tyre Glass Engine protector -142071

    Need feedback regarding GardX - Exterior Interior Tyre Glass Engine protector -142070

    2.
    Car Interior Protection.

    Stain Guard

    A state of the art formulation which coats each individual fibre with an invisible barrier that helps reduce friction between the fibres prolonging their life. In addition it protects against liquid spills of coffee, tea, soft drinks and dirt, grease and oil. Liquids simply bead up and can be removed by wiping off with a clean cloth or by vacuuming away.

    Leather Gaurd

    An exclusive leather treatment which seals the hide but still allows it to breathe. Leather Guard protects against stains, dirt and liquid spills at the same time moisturising the leather to retain that supple natural look and feel.

    3. Glass Protection;

    Need feedback regarding GardX - Exterior Interior Tyre Glass Engine protector -142073

    4. Tyre Guard:

    Tyre Guard is a great safety device. If you have broken down in a dangerous position, for example on the motorway hard shoulder, Tyre Guard will allow you to quickly effect a temporary repair and move the vehicle to a safer location.
    Tyre Guard’s special latex foam formula will seal most puncture types and also inflate the tyre without having to remove the wheel. Just attach the hose to the valve and discharge the contents of the can into the tyre.

    If the tyre is repairable the sealant can be washed safely from the tyre.


    5. Engine Additives include the following;

    Petrol System Cleaner

    Designed for fuel tank application it removes gums, tars, varnishes, lacquers and the carbons that build up between extended service intervals in vehicle fuel lines, injectors, intake ports, intake valves and compression rings. It restores lost engine efficiency, improves economy and reduces emissions.
    Diesel System Cleaner

    Introduced into the fuel tank it removes gums, tars, varnishes, lacquers and the carbons that build up between service intervals inside vehicle fuel lines, injectors, intake ports, intake valves and compressions rings. It also increases fuel pump efficiency, increases economy and reduces engine smoke and particulates.
    Oil Flush Primer

    For use in both petrol and diesel engines and also recommended for manual gearboxes and differentials. It removes gums, tars, varnishes, sludge, carbon and corrosive acids from the crank case, galleries, oil ways, lower piston rings and all areas where oil circulates under pressure. It restores oil circulation and cylinder compressions, improves economy and reduces harmful emissions.


    All the 5 things mentioned above will be done on your car for an esitmated price of 25-30K PKR.

    What do you folks suggest? is it a good idea for that price?

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    Good idea!

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    not a bad idea but it will take time to progress
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    Quote Originally Posted by iLLDuDe786 View Post
    not a bad idea but it will take time to progress
    And time for people to understand the significance of this brand because here people are use to BRASSO wala ustaad.
    Ye Sab Tumhara Karam Hai AAAQAAA K Baat Ab Tak Bani Hui Hai.
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    Bump!
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    Well any product can work in Pakistan for a limited time period. if advertised correctly.
    you have to calculate the investment and return and see if it feasible. Like few years back there was alot of fuzz about royal shield but now its nothing.
    RIP

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertypoiu View Post
    Well any product can work in Pakistan for a limited time period. if advertised correctly.
    you have to calculate the investment and return and see if it feasible. Like few years back there was alot of fuzz about royal shield but now its nothing.
    It just died out on PW, maybe its still popular out there?
    Nothing to see here.

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