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I've done my own cars with various coatings from opti-coat & carpro uk 3.0. I've also had my Model S professionally coated with ceramic pro 5 year coating. Personally I don't see a huge improvement in the ceramic pro over the UK 3.0 I did myself on my other vehicles. Sure it might last 'longer' but they require you to pay to 'boost' the coating yearly to maintain the warranty. I don't see the benefit in that service if I can just apply RELOAD or other products on my own which I already do. I'll continue to use that unless something drastically better comes out. In many car detailing test I've seen the UK 3.0 holds its own very well.
I took my Plaid to Two Guys Window Tinting in Brownsburg, IN. Doug Schrum has done a bunch of the Tesla Plaids in the area. I think he did an awesome job. It looks seemless, like it came that way from the factory.Where did you do the front and rear Ts? That needs to be done immediately on my car.
They did an amazing job. I am very pleased and couldn’t be happier. The hood, fenders, bumper, headlights, and mirrors have the PPF. Looking at the doors and fenders, you can not tell what is PPF and what is ceramic pro. The car looks amazing and shiny.Are you happy with their work? Are they also doing ceramic?
What was the cost there for the front-end PPF as you did? and the ceramic treatment?They did an amazing job. I am very pleased and couldn’t be happier. The hood, fenders, bumper, headlights, and mirrors have the PPF. Looking at the doors and fenders, you can not tell what is PPF and what is ceramic pro. The car looks amazing and shiny. View attachment 743163View attachment 743164View attachment 743165View attachment 743166
Are you in Oklahoma? Mind sharing the contact of the guy that you use?Most of the cost is in the paint corrections and cleaning and buffing. Not in the coating. However there is a guy around me that will come to your house and do it for $400 including all the buffing and such. Another guy in my neighborhood has used him multiple times. Car ends up looking amazing.
I don’t recall the breakdown, but total bill was $3,200. PPF was the most expensive part. Getting PPF on the hood and fenders with the bumper looks awesome. Easier to wash and I don’t worry about scratching the paint when I close the frunk.What was the cost there for the front-end PPF as you did? and the ceramic treatment?