Anyone use it?
Is that something you can do yourself or do you have to have a professional do it? I'm guessing you like it?
I'm also looking for better technology on paint protection beyond sealants, and found the video below.I got it, not really impressed with it. I still see scratches here and there and they claim no scratches at all. I do get compliments about how clean it always looks.
Yes the color correction is what takes up the most time. My truck went straight from the dealer to the shop. They do good work and they have a facility to do it. I just get bummed when I see scratchers around the door handles. Plus too keep the warranty you have to take it yearly for inspection.I'm also looking for better technology on paint protection beyond sealants, and found the video below.
Ceramic coating can be done yourself, but correct preparation is complicated, extensive, and labor intensive. A comment on the video asked if this was a full day job...at my age, it would take me all week, if I finished it at all. I can understand why someone would pay to have this done for them.
One other comment...If you have pre-existing defects like swirl marks or scratches from washing, they have to be polished out using a DA polisher and compound (moderate or worse) or polish (light) before applying the ceramic. Ceramic is simply protection; it won't remove or hide pre-existing defects.