2018 Tesla Model 3 (Grey Metallic)
Nearly half a year later, some factory issues, and some schedule misalignments, we were finally able to get Stephen’s Model 3 in for Opticoat Pro. We originally quoted Stephen way back in November; then I had left for my honeymoon, he had some factory issues to take care of, then he traveled for a bit. So really, the car hadn’t moved much. In fact, there is only 2,025 miles on the odometer. And so, it wasn’t surprising that the paint was actually still in great condition, aside from a few trouble spots here and there which we addressed prior proceeding with the polish prep. The trunk was probably the worst part, including some light scratches as well as some big bird bomb etching. Oberk Car Care had recently sent us a really small sample of their new cutting polish, and what better way to try it out than on a trunk? It worked great; really amazed at how well it finished down. The rest of the car got a single step polish as per usual coating prep, and finally coated with Opticoat Pro. Since we had the car overnight, we decided to top it off with Optiseal in the morning for some added sacrificial temporary protection while the coating achieves full hardness over the next several weeks.
Optimum Paint Prep
Optimum Opticoat Pro / Microfiber Applicator
Optimum Optiseal / Microfiber Applicator
Fine Grade Clay
Optimum No Rinse Wash & Wax (Jambs)