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DC folks - I'm thinking about getting my jeep coated. I have been talking to Capitol Shine in Arlington, VA about the Ceramic Pro 9h gold or silver package. They also offer Opti-Coat but I have heard better things about Ceramic Pro. Capitol Shine does offer alot of information about their coatings on the website - www.capitolshine.com. But wanted to see if anyone had an experience with the installer Capitol Shine or with the Ceramic Pro (or Opti-Coat) product.
 

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I don't have any experience with Capitol Shine or Ceramic Pro, but I have toyed with the idea of applying CQuartz by CarPro. I just need the weather to stay warm so I can buff out the swirl marks that the delivery team at the dealership left me with.


Did you get a quote from Capitol Shine?
 

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Don't wast your time.

If you need to protect your paint the only thing that works is a 3m or Xpel (preferred brand ) clear film over the car.

My friends and I have used it to great success on our road sports cars to protect paint from stone chips. Some of them double layer the heavy spots so after a couple of big trips they can be removed and replaced.

Works well but expensive.
Still cheaper that respraying a car and then not having original paint on it at resale time.
 
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