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November 19th, 2010

Filipino innovations bring about convenience

Abstract:
Han d. job is an upstart company located at Sct. Torillo St., Timog Avenue, Quezon City. It claims that Nano tech paint protection would offer an alternative and more affordable process to protect your car. It's a first in the country, and the good thing about Nanotechit is that it preserves the luster and shine of your car, crowed Tsai Chen Chiech of Han d.Job. The nano tech system is applied with a spray gun and spread evenly around the car. The whole process normally takes two to three hours and Chiech requires the car to be detailed first before application. It is also important that you dont wash your car with soap for two days to let the nanos seep inside the paint finish for a greater grip, he added. Prices for Nanotechit ranges from P9,000 to as much as P16,000 depending on the amount of work and size of the vehicle.

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