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September 2nd, 2009
Fast technology for better services
What's yet to come
With the advancement of polymers, micro-abrasives and nanotechnology, which studies the control of matter according to an atomic and molecular scale, Sause said detailers should expect to continue to see new exciting products even faster.
"Most of the time, new products are just a replacement of an old version and formulated for new paints and materials. The effort is made to make them easier to use and hopefully increase production," said Sause. "I believe there are many companies that are trying to create some new products or ‘one-up' existing ones."
García said we'll be seeing more of what's out there already as well, including more environmentally safe products, waterless products, vapor cleaning systems and a few step paint restoration systems.
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