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$500? Wow, that's cheap. Would cost me $600+ to do my Crewmax.
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$500? Wow, that's cheap. Would cost me $600+ to do my Crewmax.
I have a crewmax and he charges $500. I talked to him yesterday but he said he uses a product called Pearl Nano Hydroponic Ceramic Coating and it only has a 2 year warranty. This was for the protection on the paint, black trim and windows.


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I have a crewmax and he charges $500. I talked to him yesterday but he said he uses a product called Pearl Nano Hydroponic Ceramic Coating and it only has a 2 year warranty. This was for the protection on the paint, black trim and windows.
not bad. Correction, I was told "starting" at $700, price may be higher depending on how much paint correction is needed. Product being used would be Nanoskin Mega Trend, with 3 year warranty. Not sure if he would do the trim and windows though, as the trim is good as it is, and I already have a coating on the windows.
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not bad. Correction, I was told "starting" at $700, price may be higher depending on how much paint correction is needed. Product being used would be Nanoskin Mega Trend, with 3 year warranty. Not sure if he would do the trim and windows though, as the trim is good as it is, and I already have a coating on the windows.
With me living in Florida it is important to me that the trim doesn't fade. The opti plus I was quoted $900 and that is a 7 year warranty. I am not sure if I can fork over that kind of $$. For that I could have my headers!!!


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With me living in Florida it is important to me that the trim doesn't fade. The opti plus I was quoted $900 and that is a 7 year warranty. I am not sure if I can fork over that kind of $$. For that I could have my headers!!!
$900 fora 7 year warranty sounds good! Anything with a 7 year warranty here (Hawaii) will cost you anywhere from $1200 -$2K. At that price, I don't know what product they are using, but I hear you! There's a lot of other mods you could do for that money! I think the climate here is similar to what you have in Florida, we just don't have any gators here.
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Opti Coat will be your final step. There is no need to apply a top coat other than for fun or to keep the slickness factor going. I do it just for fun. I top my Opti Coat with PowerLock every few months just for fun.
Where are you buying the Opti Coat product. I haven't had much luck with Mr. Google. Is this available to the public?

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Where are you buying the Opti Coat product. I haven't had much luck with Mr. Google. Is this available to the public?

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