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Quick questions...

  • did you coat over the stripes or around them?
  • have you ever thought to use ceramic trim coating on the wheel wells?
    • curious about longevity in that harsh area being blasted with road debris all the time.. if its worth doing vs. undercarriage spray

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1 hour ago, moons21 said:

Quick questions...

  • did you coat over the stripes or around them?
  • have you ever thought to use ceramic trim coating on the wheel wells?
    • curious about longevity in that harsh area being blasted with road debris all the time.. if its worth doing vs. undercarriage spray

 

The coating we used is actually two different coatings. One went over the stripes, one went around them. 

 

We have coated wheel wells on vehicles. We will usually only do it on newer vehicles. The cost to a client to properly clean and prep older wheel wells is a point of diminishing returns. This truck had the carpeted style as well.

 

Typically the undercarriage spray works well. 

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Well the boys have been at it again!  We had an Audi A3 come in for a quick one step exterior and some protection. This one turned around better than anticipated!

 

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And then we had a Mercedes Benz S550 come in for our flagship coating. It turns out that the vehicle had been coated prior to the current owner receiving it. We presented the option to stick with what they had and save a bunch of money, or to have us strip it and reapply our coating. We couldn’t imagine not giving them the option once we realized it was coated, that idea didn’t sit right with me when trying to deal honestly with people. The client said to strip off what was on it and to reapply our coatings.

 

The coatings required us to use wool, a rotary and cutting compounds to strip before it was corrected out with correcting and finishing polishes. It was then prepped and coated in a nine year coating. 

 

The interior was also protected with a variety of dash, leather and fabric protective products and the windshield sealed up with a three year warranty product. 

 

These are the results of quite a few hours, a sizable bill and a whole lot of love!

 

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