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How long does Diamondbrite last?

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  1. How long does Diamondbrite last?
  2. How Much Does Diamond Brite cost?
  3. What does Diamond Bright cover?
  4. How good is Diamond Bright?
  5. Can you wax over Diamond Brite?
  6. Does Diamond Brite protect against scratches?
  7. Is Diamond Brite waterproof?
  8. What is the most popular Diamond Brite color?
  9. How do you make diamonds brighter?
  10. How do you maintain Diamondbrite?
  11. Is Diamond Brite a good pool finish?
  12. What is in diamond?
  13. What is Diamond Brite?
  14. What is the rarest color of diamonds?
  15. Why is diamond so expensive?
  16. Is Diamond Brite smooth?
  17. Is Black diamond rare?
  18. Which Colour of diamond is most expensive?
  19. What Stone is the rarest?
  20. Can acid melt a diamond?

How long does Diamondbrite last?

Its blend of ceramic synthetics combine to provide a durable silky smooth, deep gloss finish that can last for up to three months if a vehicle is washed regularly using Diamondbrite Max Foam Shampoo and Diamondbrite Conserver as wash additives following application.

How Much Does Diamond Brite cost?

Diamond Brite lasts eight to 12 years before it fades and gets spotty. We recommend acid washing this finish after about five years to keep it bright. Each style and color has a different price, but a Diamond Brite finish costs about $5,000 to $10,000.

What does Diamond Bright cover?

Cover Your Car With Diamonds The high gloss protective skin that Diamondbrite creates prevents road salts, traffic film, acid rain, tree sap, insect fluid and other atmospheric pollutants from contacting directly with your car's paintwork.

How good is Diamond Bright?

Provides a highly durable finish which provides a fantastic look and finish to the exterior of the vehicle. ... Having said that, I have seen vehicles going through valeting business which are over 5 years old and the water is still beading off brilliantly. Doesn't provide protection from tree sap or bird droppings.

Can you wax over Diamond Brite?

You can simply wax over it though and the wax will become the outer protective layer on the car. A pure wax (eg not a cleaner wax) shouldnt remove it, but obviously if you clay, polish and use paint cleaners in future you will.

Does Diamond Brite protect against scratches?

This product leaves a long lasting finish which can be applied to all types of nearly new and used vehicles paintwork. It will cut back faded and oxidised paintwork and also removes minor hairpin scratches, hazing and the greasy residue caused by inferior polishes.

Is Diamond Brite waterproof?

The quartz used in the Diamond Brite has waterproof properties that resist staining and degradation caused by pool chemicals. And, unlike traditional marble-based plaster pool liners, Diamond Brite can be easily drained and cleaned without damage.

What is the most popular Diamond Brite color?

Common colors for Diamond Brite pools include Cool Blue, Onyx, Ivory, Oyster Quartz, Aqua Quartz, and Verde. However, our favorites are Tahoe Blue and French Gray.

How do you make diamonds brighter?

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How do you maintain Diamondbrite?

You first wash your car as per normal using a vehicle shampoo (also included in the Diamondbrite aftercare kit). Then you take a clean bucket of water, add 2 cap fulls of the Conserver and apply over the paintwork with a sponge or wash mitt. Then rinse the car with clean water and dry using a clean microfibre towel.

Is Diamond Brite a good pool finish?

This unique interior pool finish is durable, easy to maintain and comfortable to swimmers' feet. Diamond Brite is an exposed aggregate, which means it isn't smooth. With a life expectancy of 10 to 15 years, and with a stunning appearance, it is an excellent choice for some pools.

What is in diamond?

Diamonds are made of carbon so they form as carbon atoms under a high temperature and pressure; they bond together to start growing crystals. ... That's why a diamond is such a hard material because you have each carbon atom participating in four of these very strong covalent bonds that form between carbon atoms.

What is Diamond Brite?

The hard, high gloss protective skin that Diamondbrite creates prevents road salts, traffic film, acid rain, tree sap, insect fluid and other atmospheric pollutants from contacting directly with your car's paintwork.

What is the rarest color of diamonds?

Red diamonds Red diamonds are the rarest of the colored diamonds, with only 20-30 existing in the entire world. They get their beautiful red color from a rare process during their formation, which changes the crystal structure of the diamond and causes light to pass through it differently than colorless diamonds.

Why is diamond so expensive?

The rarity, difficulties in mining, durability, cut, clarity, color, and carat of diamonds make them expensive and in demand. ... Only 30% of the mined diamond stones match the standard gem quality that is required. It is this rarity of stone that makes them the world's most expensive diamond.

Is Diamond Brite smooth?

It is a lavishly smooth surface that is highly reflective and offers a diverse range of colors. This pool finish has the longest lifespan of around 15-25 years. Diamond Brite combines the best of all surfaces and in line with most people's budgets.

Is Black diamond rare?

Fancy black diamonds and Carbonados are both extremely rare. Only one in 10,000 natural diamonds are colored diamonds and only a portion of these colored diamonds are black. Because of their scarcity, natural black diamonds and Carbonados are the some of the most valuable and most costly.

Which Colour of diamond is most expensive?

Red Diamonds Red Diamonds are the rarest and thus the most expensive diamond color! They come only in a Fancy intensity and the color modifiers for them are purplish (purplish red diamonds) and brownish. Pure red diamonds almost don't exist.

What Stone is the rarest?

Musgravite. Musgravite was discovered in 1967 and is arguably the rarest gemstone in the world. It was first discovered in Musgrave Ranges, Australia, and later found in Madagascar and Greenland. The first sizable gem-quality specimen was discovered in 1993.

Can acid melt a diamond?

In short, acids do not dissolve diamonds because there simply isn't an acid corrosive enough to destroy the strong carbon crystal structure of a diamond. Some acids may, however, damage diamonds.