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      05-11-2020, 08:05 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by 130FeetDeep View Post
I have been detailing show cars for a couple of decades. All I can say is that the "only professionals can do it" is generally a sales pitch. I remember when the dealer was trying to sell "teflon" coatings to new car buyers. The funny thing is that teflon doesn't adhere to paint unless the car is baked at a ridiculous temp.

All I am saying is be careful of the "only professional coating" stuff.

Fair enough. I wouldn't consider it if the price wasn't so close. If I bought gtechniq its going to be around $160-$180 plus my time. My guy is willing to do the professional one for $300 and I don't have to do anything.