So, when I bought my truck on the 31st, my dealer gave me a box of Zurich Shield, has anyone used it, tried it etc? Thoughts, opinions?
Does the Zurich sealant still bead water when you wash your Titan? How long has it been since it was first applied?Zurich is Nissan's extended warranty company (at least where I live) and I paid for the Zurich inside/outside but they "installed/applied". it. It's a joke/scam like any other application but it wasn't a lot and as any warranty, it's piece of mind. "You'll never have to wash it again..." /s
Basically they say if I stain my seats or something and they can't get it out, they will replace them. If the truck starts to rust from the inside out, they fix it. That sort of deal.
Did you pay for that kit or did they just give it to you? I honestly wouldn't even waste my time, it's literally wax and a couple cans of scotch guard but again, for me, it was a cheap warranty/piece of mind but they applied it.
If I'm being honest, they probably never even applied it. I had to set up an appointment to have it "applied" but I waited while they did it...Does the Zurich sealant still bead water when you wash your Titan? How long has it been since it was first applied?
Not quite sure what you meant to say in that last sentence, but water typically does NOT bead up on a truck finish.If I'm being honest, they probably never even applied it. I had to set up an appointment to have it "applied" but I waited while they did it...
I got my truck in July of 17 (It's a 17) and other than the scuffs/scratched from other assholes, I can't speak on behalf of bead water comment. It seems to was like every other vehicle I've ever owned.
Hey there- how has the Zurich Shield held up after the summer? Does it still bead water and have a good shine?Well I washed, clay barred and applied the Zurich Shield today. It went on like any other wax but we shall see as far as protection. One thing I did notice was it didn't remove any blemishes that the clay bar didn't remove. I think I still like the insulator wax that I use but we will see.