Ceramic Coating

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  1. redman24

    redman24 New Member

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    Just got a Ceramic Coating on Pearl White. Pics don't do it justice. Looks like I need to get the girl up to some high altitude Rockies for a pic session.
    Done in the Denver area by

    https://www.sigmakore.com/

    They are also in Facebook. Great guys and their customer service was excellent. Mad skills.

    Here are some now until I get back from my travels.

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    DoMDrty Verbal Assault Specialist

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    Yup. Had my 2016 Lexus IS350 F Sport Gyeon ceramic coated and suntek film on the full hood and front bumper. Stuff is worth the price. Protects against minor scratches, easy to clean, and the car looks like it was just waxed after every wash.
     
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    some photog advice, take your pictures with a clear sky about 15 minutes before sunset and the finish will pop on camera
     
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    Nice Ride BTW, very nice
     
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    Yeah, I agree. Great advice. Lighting, setting and camera eye is everything. I'm actually looking for a better camera since I'm in the mountains. I actually took the pics just after completion and have been out of town in Houston since celebrating my birthday. I hope to get somewhere next weekend for a photo op.
     
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