Tony Farrugia Bodyworks Pty Ltd



  • Seals the external finish 
  • No need to polish ever again
  • Never needs to be compounded


  • Reduces drag and improves performance 
  • Restores and revitalises paint
  • Dramatically reduces maintenance time and cost  
  • Brilliant long lasting shine


  • Protects against fading and oxidisation 
  • Eliminates swirl marks
  • Does not contain wax or silicates 
  • Will not create re-paint problems

Permagards reactive polymer technology is trusted to protect some of the worlds most expensive painted surfaces and gel-coats which are subjected to the harshest of climates and environments.  The permagard process for protecting paint and gel coat surfaces was developed in Monaco and the South of France and was specifically designed to protect high value assets within the automotive, aviation and marine markets.  Permagards products are now being used globally in the most challenging of climates.  From the freezing temperatures of the Scandinavian fiords to the damaging ultraviolet rays and heat in Australia...Permagard leads the way in durability and protection.


Why Should I Permagard my car? I wax and polish it regularly, what do I need Permagard for?

Then our advice to you is STOP! Unless you are extremely careful, you probably do more damage to your paint by regular waxing than not.  Permagards revolutionary treatment, applied by professionally trained technicians to painted surfaces provides the ultimate safeguard, allowing you to relax and enjoy your valuable asset.  With Permagards exclusive reactive polymer film permanently bonded to your paintwork, you not only have the best protection technology commercially available, you also benefit from an unrivalled depth of colour and gloss that you've never likely experienced before.

Save the time and effort of constantly re-waxing or polishing your car.  Get it Permagarded on day one and spend your time enjoying driving it, not polishing it!  Permagards reactive polymer film coating continually protects against constant corrosive attach from tree sap, bird dropping, acid rain, salt and harsh UV light that cause paints to fade, oxidise and crack.