Consensus on PPF and Ceramic

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It did leave adhesives on the paint which had to be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol.
Tom: If you don't already have a can, get some 3M Adhesive Remover. Works way better than isopropyl.





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The time saved from detailing etc like you guys are talking about paid for my PPF. It’s literally maintenance free, I don’t do anything. Hours saved and products saved. I’m sure over 5-10 years equal up to the 2k for my ppf. But that isn’t something I enjoy. I like driving, god I hate detailing and cleaning.
 

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The time saved from detailing etc like you guys are talking about paid for my PPF. It’s literally maintenance free, I don’t do anything. Hours saved and products saved. I’m sure over 5-10 years equal up to the 2k for my ppf. But that isn’t something I enjoy. I like driving, god I hate detailing and cleaning.
Exactly. Unless really dirty, I can wash and dry my car without touching it. Pre rinse, soap cannon (at most, maybe a wipe down here), rinse, and dry with a leaf blower. The only real work is applying the quick detailer if I feel it needs it. For me, totally worth the money I spent. But I get those that do t wish to do it. But my car is black and I got a ding in the hood before I even got it to the wrapper, and the PPF already has 3 or 4 nicks, which woulda been my paint, and I have only had the car since 9/11. So PPF for life with this car, and I love my graphene coating.
 

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I do full PPF, ceramic and clearplex windshield protection on all my new high end cars. I enjoy the piece of mind and easy cleaning process. Yes, it’s a stupid amount of money to spend but it helps my OCD. I struggled with whether to do it on a relatively inexpensive car like the Shelby but in the end I did it.
 

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Literally nothing easier than maintaining a vehicle with a full body wrap and ceramic coating on top of the film. All of my vehicles are fully wrapped, coated and my Shelby will be next.
 

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