It includes paint correction and ceramic coating of all paint, glass, and wheels including on top of my clear bra. Everything coated in Gtechniq Ultra. Two day process.1k for a ceramic coating? Nah man, I would do it my self. I did it my self on the last civic I owned and had no issues at all. Strip washed, clay bar, polished, IPA wipe, and then put the ceramic coating on. I used Avalon King ceramic coating and it was super easy to apply and remove. There are many good consumer grade ceramics that you can use. But 1k for someone to do it, it better be a 3 stage paint protection, and a professional ceramic coating like Crystal Serum Ultra.
Make sure they top that Gtechniq ultra with Gtechniq EXO. Exo gives it more durability and a longer life.It includes paint correction and ceramic coating of all paint, glass, and wheels including on top of my clear bra. Everything coated in Gtechniq Ultra. Two day process.
Heck, this shop is cheap compared to other quotes I received.
this is realistic, similar pricing for our customers.CeramicPro with full paint correction was around 1500 cdn for me.
Exactly, Microfiber clothes on the black paint is considered MURDAAAA.I can only see that older hondas seem to be devoid of paint. Especially on the roof, hood, and trunk! I have an old Odyssey too and the paint peeled off that pretty badly.
Hoping the wrap and cc help keep the uv down to save my '20 genx!
My black '17 hatch picked up deep scratches from a microfiber cloth! A freaking cloth! Really??!!
Edit: And is a big reason why I didn't bother with the Type R... Same paint job...