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Armor All Custom Shield Coating Released - More Than a Harsh Element Protectant

Spray-on, peel-off coating for paint and body protection or as a custom paint alternative

Jul 30, 2013

The Details:

  • Armor All Custom Shield Coating protects paint and body from harsh elements or useful as a temporary customization option
  • $16.99 per can (black, white, clear)
  • Spray-on, peel-off coating for ease of install and removal without tools
  • Weather resistant and can last up to three months before recoat required

Armor All, a household name in car care products, has just introduced a multi-purpose product called Armor All Custom Shield Coating. With the goal of protecting a vehicle's paint and body from harsh elements, the spray-on, peel-off coating is safe to use on the front grill, hood and rocker panels. It is a notable option for those seeking an easy-to-use product that provides a defense against the harsh elements experienced in inclement weather, over a long road trip or due to sun damage.

Each $16.99 can, available in white, black or clear, will peel off by hand without damaging vehicle paint when required. Armor All claims the Custom Shield Coating to be weather resistant and can last up to three months before a recoat is required. To remove, just peel it off and throw it in the garbage-tools are not required.

This quick-to-dry coating could also be used as a temporary color/design option for those seeking a custom look. Think of it as an affordable alternative to custom paint or a vehicle vinyl wrap. You are only limited to your creativity when using Armor All's Custom Shield Coating for customization. For instance, you could use the spray-on coating to add race stripes down the center of the car, or even create stenciled designs on the hood.

Harsh element protectant or custom color alternative, this new car care offering is worth a second look. For more information on the product visit: www.armorall.com

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