Thank you, it was done at advanced detailing located in Miami, Fl. Just outside downtown Miami. I went with the intention of having opti coat done, but after speaking to them, although they said opti coat was a fantastic product, they said Ceramic pro was a bit better. Its about a three to four day process from the application and then letting it cure. I paid 1200 bumper to bumper. I am extremely happy with the result. Theres lots of info online regarding ceramic pro. Here is some info on the link below.
Your car is FINE!!! Is this the silver color?I did ceramic pro on mine too, only $895 in Australia - equivalent to about USD $600 - and included full window tint (all windows). Looks great and now that I've had it for a month or so I'm delighted at how it repels water and dirt and I can wash it with a low pressure hose and a soft sponge and it comes out as new every time! No need for hard products, acids, scrubbing, high pressure hose!
I did all exterior including wheels. My installer also said it was better than OptiCoat although he worked with both and they were the same price.
Hi mate, I live in Queensland so can't help wth Vic detailed unfortunately. I used Preferred Car Care.Hi Feli, I am considering Ceramic Pro and live in Australia as well. Did you do the wheel? Is it 9H or others?
Do you live in VIC? Who is the detailor if you don't mind? Thanks.
Hi mate, I live in Queensland so can't help wth Vic detailed unfortunately. I used Preferred Car Care.
They did the wheels as well, yes, and it was the Ceramic Pro 9H.
The wheels are still painful to clean as this car generates a lot of brake dust, but in saying that I don't have to scrub hard at all - just water, car shampoo and a soft sponge and it all comes off - it just gets dirty a lot!
The rest of the car on the other hand seems to never get dirty anymore! I wash it and struggle to find areas that are clean vs dirty once wet! Definitely worth doing. Have you taken delivery of your car yet?