2016 Tesla Model S (Grey)
THREE YEARS AGO, we coated Jeff’s Model S with Opticoat Pro+. At the time, the car only had 30 miles on the odometer. Literally off of the factory floor. Well, the car had a break in, which required a repair and repaint; and and the front bumper also got a repaint. Insurance was involved, and with the library of paperwork, warranty, photo back up that we include with every coating job, it was easy to get the insurance to cover the cost of having the car (at least the repainted panels) recoated. While prepping, it was obvious that the coating was performing, and performing very well. Check out the video below!
We also removed the now-expired carpool stickers. Which is always a pain to do. (Tip: Overlay it on top of PPF, trim the PPF, then stick the PPF onto the car, so that it can come off in one piece!) We ended up polishing the entire car and giving the entire car a fresh no coat of Opticoat Pro+ , as the coating was already near it’s half life, and since we had to work on nearly have of the car anyway. In any case, 40,000 miles later, still looked amazing, but now it looks even amazing-er (is that a word?)!
Optimum Primer Polish / Rupes LHR21ES 6.5″ Mark II / Oberk Red
TLD Last Cut / Flex 7-12-80 3” / MF Cutting
Optimum Paint Prep
Optimum Opticoat Pro / Microfiber Applicator
Optimum Opticoat Pro+ / Microfiber Applicator
Fine Grade Clay
Optimum No Rinse Wash & Wax (Jambs)