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Hi all - I have a crayon BGTS due to arrive early in the New Year. When I placed the order with the dealer, we discussed putting PPF on the front bonnet and rocker panels, but since then, I've read more about this whole protection game and am now confused about whether I should keep with that or do something different. I approached the dealer recently to ask if they could apply a ceramic treatment before PPFing the car, and he's come back with a suggestion to detail using Pomponazzi products (www.pomponazzi.nz). This seems to produce a super high gloss finish (almost a 'wet' look) on the car and is presented as a product that can also be used in other environments (e.g. for boats). I'm more interested in the protection angle than the look (and this product seems more about the latter since it's not designed to protect against stone chips and scratches etc). Has anybody else used the product and with what results?