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  • Last Activity: 07-12-2017 11:23 PM
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  1. 04-21-2017 11:34 PM
    Thank you!!! I am definitely getting PPF on the front of the Cayenne (It will eventually be a DD and I make a LOT of trips to San Ramon, Walnut Creek, and the Sac area). I am looking at also having Ceramic Pro applied -- the Cayenne is black and I don't see myself having the vehicle professionally detailed once a month or more. From what I have read, it sounds like OCPP and Ceramic Pro are comparable.
  2. Archimedes
    04-19-2017 03:10 PM
    My 991 has Opti-Coat Pro Plus on it. Love it from the perspective of keeping the car clean and making it easy to remove anything on the car. No need to wax or clay bar. Going on 2 years and still beads water like it did at install. Cost now is about $1,100 for prep and coating. More if you need any actual paint correction. I used Diamond Car Care Systems. They do a good job, but they're a bit odd guys. They work out of Auto Vino in RWC, but they're mobile and will do it at your location if you have a good place for them to work inside a garage. I will use OptiCoat again on my next car. Note, it doesn't do anything for impact/rock protection. You'd need film for that (put on before you coat the car). I'm not into the paint protection films.

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