I hose my vehicles with rust oleum industrial flat black every time I'm under them.Fords all rust from the inside out . So what you guys should be talking about is whats protecting the backside of the fenders to keep the rust bubbles away .
The Maverick should come fully undercoated !
also, this is a unique paint color and it will be the one I choose if I go ahead with this maverick - cyber orange a close 2nd.I would pretty much disregard anything a car salesman had to say about paint color choice - they are motivated by one thing and one thing only - was he trying to up sell you to a premium paint color choice?
my neighbor down the street has a BS in A51 and I spoke with him about it this weekend when I told him I ordered a A51 Maverick. Someone on Reddit mentioned they have a A51 BS in the showroom and its a nightmare to keep cleanhow do you know this? what do you base this on? Only a current baby bronco owner having this color would really know this. Any out there?
What is the going rate to get done I wonder?I plan on getting it ceramic coated first thing. Protect the paint and all you have to do is hose it down every now and again. Got it done on my motorcycle and it's a game changer
I just use this stuff, water beads like crazy: https://www.amazon.com/MEGUIARS-G190532SP-Hybrid-Ceramic-Fluid_Ounces/dp/B07R5QH6H6/I plan on getting it ceramic coated first thing. Protect the paint and all you have to do is hose it down every now and again. Got it done on my motorcycle and it's a game changer
Fast, friendly, and clean. Best car detailing washington dcI just use this stuff, water beads like crazy: https://www.amazon.com/MEGUIARS-G190532SP-Hybrid-Ceramic-Fluid_Ounces/dp/B07R5QH6H6/
Very first time only though I wash with regular car wash soap, rinse, wash it a second time with regular car wash soap and that time also use a synthetic claybar like this https://www.amazon.com/Mothers-17240-Single-Unit-Speed/dp/B01MPYDYWT/ , rinse, and then wash it a third time with diluted dawn dishwashing soap which strips the surface bare.
Then you spray the entire still wet vehicle down with a even coating of the ceramic spray and use a high pile microfiber drying towel you will dispose of afterward (it won't hold water well after) and wipe the whole vehicle down which spreads the product.
For all subsequent washes, you just wash with regular car wash soap once and while its wet put a light coating all over the vehicle from the ceramic spray bottle and wash it off with an electric pressure washer (wide beam, doesn't have to be that strong) and then dry.
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