Paint Protection - Film, Ceramic, Wax

Paint Protection


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RubenZ

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As much as I love the idea and look of this protective coating, for $5/$6K you could literally have a reputable shop paint the whole jeep! (as good if not better than it was for the factory.
Holy crap no joke! .





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DToxic

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I ceramic coat all my vehicles. The amount of scratch and environmental protection is phenomenal...not to mention how easy it is to clean after being off-road. I can also do it for forum members (BMW/Jeep) if you're local to the bay area.
 

jbeiker

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I ceramic coat all my vehicles. The amount of scratch and environmental protection is phenomenal...not to mention how easy it is to clean after being off-road. I can also do it for forum members (BMW/Jeep) if you're local to the bay area.
Is the ceramic coating process difficult? I would love to do this myself but unsure if this would be a project I could tackle myself. I am very meticulous so I would love to do it but wanna make sure I don't screw something up. Thoughts?
 

DToxic

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Is the ceramic coating process difficult? I would love to do this myself but unsure if this would be a project I could tackle myself. I am very meticulous so I would love to do it but wanna make sure I don't screw something up. Thoughts?
It's very easy assuming all the prep work (decontamination and paint correction) has been done. just be sure to wipe it off while it's still wet. if you let it dry, you risk leaving a visible film that looks like hard water marks on the paint. But these buff out easily with polish so it's not a huge concern.
 

kimmonia

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Ive seen 2 pics but relatively far away about the rubicon decal being covered and the air gap in between the PPF and paint. Anyone can show a closer up pic given the amount of interest in this thread?
 

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