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- 2021 Mach E Premium; 2017 F150 XLT; 2013 Explorer XLT; 1965 Mustang Convertible; 1953 Chevy 3100
Thank youI don't know the brand of coating. I took it to a detail shop and they did it.
But here are their rates: https://www.detroitmetrodetailing.com/ceramic-coatings
You can scroll that list ... the price is based on size of the car.
ALSO... there is a type of ceramic coating for glass (think of it like RainX ... except like a ceramic coat it lasts years and years) and I had them do that on the panoramic roof and windows. That was an extra $75.
If you've never done ceramic coat before... you're not supposed to wash the car or let water sit on the car for about 2 weeks after the coating is applied ... to allow it time to "cure". If water sits on the car they tell me it can re-absorb the water into the coating and results in a cloudy spot. Once it "cures" this will never happen. So the warning the shop gave me was: don't wash it until it has finished curing *and* if it gets wet ... immediately wipe it dry.