I'm just curious to see how much difference it makes. I've seen people compare bad paint to paint corrected, but never from brand new, to paint corrected. I've recently bought a lot of polishing equipment and worked very hard to get the swirl marks out of my a,b and c pillars. I was going to buy some ceramic coating so I can apply. But still skeptical of it lasts. Not to mention it's so expensive a product.
Thanks. I won't have it back until the 30th. They need about three days with the car, plus three more for the ceramic to cure. Then I'm on the road for work. I'm as eager as you to see it!Love the caesium blue, just beautiful. Have you got back from detailers yet? Would love to see the difference in paint correction
Here's a picture of the car at drop-off with the detailers. You can see the black side vents installed by the dealership and the pillar transit wrap still on. These cars ship with surprisingly little in the way of cover on the body paint, and the number of small blemishes on the car tell the tale. They'd probably have been covered by the polishing job the dealer would have done in PDI. I now understand why my sales rep was so adamant about wanting to have his team prep the exterior before handover -- I've had three year old Audi's with better paint on them than this brand new Jag. I don't say this to knock anyone; instead its to let folks know if they're considering ceramic coating in the future that at least basic paint correction should probably be in their budget.