Thread: Ceramic coating
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Old 01-15-2019, 06:11 PM
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scarab45
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You are correct in that prep work is crucial. Whatever is on the hull when the coat is applied will be sealed in. I had a mobile detailer "prep" my boat and put on a coat of Ceramic Pro Marine. I believe he caused all kinds of swirl marks and halo effects, then coated over them. I hated it so much I paid another detailer to strip the Ceramic Pro, make corrections and put on another ceramic coat. The boat looks great now and the coating does everything it's suppose to. Water beads right off and cleaning is a breeze. I am extremely happy with the results. Even on a new boat corrections may be needed. Baker's Ceramic Coating & Detailing in Jacksonville did the corrections to my boat but also coated a new Chaparral and documented the corrections. Look them up on FB and if you're willing to travel, I can't recommend them enough.
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