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This part may be better suited in the FAQ section, but, we think it is as important to know more about you as it is to know about us — so thanks for poking around the website! In this section, we try to simplify your choices, or narrow down the type of work or coating that will fit you needs. We understand that budget may be a driving factor in your decision, and so I’ve created a couple basic chart below, which is strictly based on my experience and OPINION only. The chart below is not based on any scientific comparisons between the coatings.

There are two key factors in pricing; and while we have some starting (base) costs for each particular option, which generally includes a surface prep, decontamination (chemical and mechanical), single step enhancement polish, and coating on exterior painted surfaces, lights, chrome trims, wheel faces (new/near-new cars only). Vehicles that have been through neglect are excluded from the inclusion (does that even make sense?).

*There are a combination of factors that affect correctional ability:  Clear coat softness/hardness (Generally hard paint is harder to cut, but easier to finish; while soft paint is easy to cut but hard to finish). Meaning, if you have hard paint and have swirls or scratches, it would be harder to "enhance” with a single step than it would on softer paint.  Amount of clear coat that we have to work with, without jeopardizing the integrity of your clear coat. Protecting your paint is of our utmost concern.  What we see vs. what you see. We stare at paint all day, so what we see you may not even see. i.e. your expectation  In general, applying long term coatings on perfect/near perfect paint is ideal, but in theory is not a requirement. Which brings us to how you want to protect your paint after this correctional (if any) work:

*There are a combination of factors that affect correctional ability:

Clear coat softness/hardness (Generally hard paint is harder to cut, but easier to finish; while soft paint is easy to cut but hard to finish). Meaning, if you have hard paint and have swirls or scratches, it would be harder to "enhance” with a single step than it would on softer paint.

Amount of clear coat that we have to work with, without jeopardizing the integrity of your clear coat. Protecting your paint is of our utmost concern.

What we see vs. what you see. We stare at paint all day, so what we see you may not even see. i.e. your expectation

In general, applying long term coatings on perfect/near perfect paint is ideal, but in theory is not a requirement. Which brings us to how you want to protect your paint after this correctional (if any) work:

The data shown here is strictly the OPINION of Detailership only, and is not scientifically proven.  Our most popular choices are CS2 Ceramic, Opticoat Pro+, and CS2 Titanium.

The data shown here is strictly the OPINION of Detailership only, and is not scientifically proven.

Our most popular choices are CS2 Ceramic, Opticoat Pro+, and CS2 Titanium.

If you’ve any suggestions as to how to make these decisions easier for you, please do reach out. And if you still have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out: johnny@detailership.com