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  • 04-06-2016, 04:19 PM
    TOGWT
    Quote Originally Posted by slik560 View Post
    For a new car, I would consider them. For an older car with a few dings, scratches, etc....like mine....I don't think the benefit is there. Just an opinion. Be sure to get references from any detailer that you might use. A bad job will last a long time with Nano-coatings.

    PS: link above said "page not available" Too bad - I enjoy reading those!
    "The Science behind Coatings" - TOGWT: The Science behind Coatings
  • 12-30-2015, 12:29 PM
    dpod
    If I were you I would highly look into taking your car to a professional detailer and have them apply the coating. Most dealers don't sell high end coatings just a sealant with a big warranty behind it. Id rather see you spend the money and get the best coating possible with a great warranty. For example look up Ceramic Pro. Thats what we use in the shop and its phenomenal!
  • 12-27-2015, 09:49 PM
    slik560
    For a new car, I would consider them. For an older car with a few dings, scratches, etc....like mine....I don't think the benefit is there. Just an opinion. Be sure to get references from any detailer that you might use. A bad job will last a long time with Nano-coatings.

    PS: link above said "page not available" Too bad - I enjoy reading those!
  • 12-21-2015, 12:00 PM
    TOGWT
    "The Science behind Coatings" - http://togwt1980.blogspot.co.uk/2015...coatings.htmll
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