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      01-02-2013, 09:53 AM   #34
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From my experience, frozen paint is more resistant to bird droppings and plant saps. Stone chips are stone ships whether it's glossy or matte paint. U can't polish away stone chips. For me personally, i go by a more relaxed manner of ownership. There is no such thing as mint paint condition. Your paint job is always gonna take a beating on the road. I like to be cool abt these things. If the car accumulates enough chip, i will simply re-spray the panel involved. I am more concerned about the day-to-day behavior of the paint job especially on how the looks hold up. In this regard, frozen gray holds up really well as it still looks great even when it's filthy. I only send the car to manual car washes at the gas station and nothing more. All the maintenance nightmare u read about on frozen paint is all myth.
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