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  1. #1
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    Has anyone tried one of the ceramic coatings at home? I have 9H MR FIX.

    Has anyone tried one of the ceramic coatings at home? I have 9H MR FIX.


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    I tried car pro and it was a pain in the ass

    I may look into kamikaze or opti glos coat


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    I did cquartz. Thought it was easy enough to use. Just wish I had done 2 coats as the wrap soaked up a lot if it. Been on the car for a year & still beads well
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    I did Gtechniq on both cars at my house, prepped, polished, sealed then 2 coats on each

    Easy to do and have never looked better
    2006 Charger SRT8
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    They don't seem to last as long as they've been advertised. Maybe if your car is garage kept it'll last longer, but I prefer to just wax a few times a year.

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    i prefer Zaino polymer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beach Goat View Post
    They don't seem to last as long as they've been advertised. Maybe if your car is garage kept it'll last longer, but I prefer to just wax a few times a year.

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    If you use the cheaper ones that are advertised on facebook/internet that they are ceramic coating that's about the level of protection your getting. You sir, are doing it the easy way. LOL
    I've used Gtechniq on all my vehicles and a few customer cars. Most are kept in the garage, but my truck and a customers lifted F250 are always outside in the elements and every time they get washed it looks like it has been freshly waxed after just drying it off.



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