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sarugby4life

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That’s what others have used and I will be using.

the blue is beautiful especially in the sunlight. I'd carefully inspect the paint before committing to paint correction. In my limited experience the body shops want to charge $1k for the service, which should be able to be done self-service with a clay bar at worst or not at all at best. Anything more extreme than clay bar correction should be a Tesla punch list fix.
My detailer just did a blue car with STEK DynoPrism - SO SICK. It has crazy metallics in the top coat and makes dark colors color shot.
 

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Dave5147

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Oct 4, 2021
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That’s what others have used and I will be using.

the blue is beautiful especially in the sunlight. I'd carefully inspect the paint before committing to paint correction. In my limited experience the body shops want to charge $1k for the service, which should be able to be done self-service with a clay bar at worst or not at all at best. Anything more extreme than clay bar correction should be a Tesla punch list fix.
Great feedback. I am building my delivery checklist now so I am super prepared when I pick up the vehicle.
 
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WiLz

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Jun 20, 2021
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These look great, can you provide the link to where you purchased these?

I purchased from Amazon, here is the current product page. Looks like they are out of the black version, only showing white version now:

It was advertised for Model 3/Y, but the plastic shell on the back of the S looked very similar in shape, so I ordered it to test it out, and it's pretty much an exact fit. You do have to really push the edges of the pad into the gap between the plastic shell and the leather seat, so not sure if it will cause any long-term damage (such as leaving a gap there when you take the pad off in the future). It's not perfect, as you can see some wrinkles/creases in the photo I posted (mostly because it comes rolled-up/folded in a box), but it does the job.
 
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4SUPER9

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Jun 6, 2013
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I purchased from Amazon, here is the current product page. Looks like they are out of the black version, only showing white version now:

It was advertised for Model 3/Y, but the plastic shell on the back of the S looked very similar in shape, so I ordered it to test it out, and it's pretty much an exact fit. You do have to really push the edges of the pad into the gap between the plastic shell and the leather seat, so not sure if it will cause any long-term damage (such as leaving a gap there when you take the pad off in the future). It's not perfect, as you can see some wrinkles/creases in the photo I posted (mostly because it comes rolled-up/folded in a box), but it does the job.
I'm definitely getting these once they become available again in black. Maybe I will lay them out in the sun for a bit before I stretch them on.
 

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