Armor All reveals patented, unique ‘Shield for Wheels’ for wheel protection

Article by Christian Andrei, on May 9, 2012

Armor All introduces Shield for Wheels, which is the company's patented, one-of-a-kind wheel protection formula. This product features the latest polymer technologies. It creates a long-lasting and tough barrier against road dirt, brake dust and grime. With Shield for Wheels, cleaning will be more effective, quicker and easier. Traditional wheel cleaners require a heavy dose of elbow grease as well as frequent application in order to remove caustic brake lining deposits from precious alloys.

On the other hand, the new alloy ally of Armor All is applied to dry, clean wheels and left to create a non-stick barrier, resulting to a protective coating that is out-performing, out-protecting and out-shining existing wheel waxes and protectants. The product is designed to 'lock in' the condition of the wheel at the time of application, making it equally effective on old and new finishes alike. The barrier generally lasts for at most four weeks, which means that wheels will only need rinsing during that time. Armor All Shield for Wheels is currently available for an RRP of £9.99 at Halfords stores and independent motoring accessory shops all over the country.  Moreover, Armor All is offering a 'Money Back Guarantee' deal in case the customer is not 100-percent satisfied.

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