That’s a loaded question. Jump on auto geek.com and you will find all sorts of fun stuff out there. I opted for a ceramic coating and love it. No muss no fuss for a year or more at a time. I’ve also used klasse products, they are a polymer wax that will also last a while, but a bit more finicky to apply. Do you have a buffer, because that makes a huge difference too. Without a buffer, I’ve liked the meguires tech wax. Easy on and easy off. I’ve switched on to some sonax products as well and they work great too. Really the skies the limit.
Ceramic coating! Its the future. And the prices have come way down. Even Meguires has some for less than $20!
Iím thinking about ceramic coating too. How easy/ hard it is to apply? Have you done it? Iím hearing conflicting views on the web. Many say it has to be professionally applied after paint correction and stuff like that. I donít even have a buffer. Iím only interested if I can apply it myself with hand after a good car wash.
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2018 Gas Pacifica Limited, Jazz blue with Alloy interior
8 Seater, Uconnect theater HK sound, Trailer tow package.
The ones I've seen are the type you spray on while your car is wet and then you just rinse it off. Usually after a regular car wash. I tried it on my new car's wheels and it's hydrophobic like crazy. But doesn't keep brake dust from sticking.
I’ve used the Sonax kit and it was very easy. Two steps after the car is prepped. About $80 for the kit. It’s held up very well on my Audi. Haven’t done the Pacifica yet as I need to get a couple door dings PDRed first.