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Florida Marine/Auto Ceramic Coating & Detailing (Ceramic Pro & IGL certified) DEALS!!

Old 04-10-2019, 10:58 AM
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Default Florida Marine/Auto Ceramic Coating & Detailing (Ceramic Pro & IGL certified) DEALS!!

Offering ceramic coating & professional detailing to south florida and surrounding areas. I've been detailing for years and have been certified by Ceramic Pro and I'm a installer of IGL coatings. Both are the greatest coating companies out there. TheHullTruth has been my main source of business but lately has been a bit slow so I will be offer discounts to any member who wants their boat or car done. Ceramic coating protects your boat/car from all the elements. It protects from rain, acid, rust, oxidation, UV rays, discoloration, and more. It's essentially as much as I hate to say it, a wax that's harder and longer lasting. It's a glass coat layer applied to the surface of your vehicle or boat. It makes cleaning easier and you don't have to worry about scrubbing blood spots hard to get them off. Ceramic Pro offers warranty for 3 years on their installations. Pricing for ceramic coating is a bit expensive but you save money in the long run compared to you always having to buff & wax your boat. No more waxing! Just to give you an idea of what it costs, a 24ft boat completely coated inside & out ranges for $2900 with ceramic pro 3 year protection/warranty. But being a member will save you up to 25% off this month.

My new business email is ExoticShineFL@gmail.com and my phone number is 561-400-5897



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If the boat needs compounding, do you do that as well first, then apply Ceramic?
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Old 04-15-2019, 07:48 PM
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Originally Posted by yakko1zzz View Post
If the boat needs compounding, do you do that as well first, then apply Ceramic?
Absolutely, I’ll go through as many steps nescessary to make it stand out.
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