I've known these guys for years and Roy always takes care of my cars. I'm getting a full Ceramic-Pro Kavaca PPF and then a 2 stage Ceramic coating on top of it. Also getting the wheels & calipers ceramic coated to include the wheel barrel. I'll be putting some good miles on the car and with only 4k on it now I'd like to keep that paint looking new. The ceramic just extends the frequency i'll need to wash as well as making the wash easier. Those light showers come out of nowhere & always seem to find me.Plead, what are you having done? I almost went there for my window tinting, but a friend recommended Midnight Tinting on Sand Island.
My guys said they just stuffed microfiber clothes in the slots while washing it. I've heard others on the forums just say to throw a towel over that entire area and then lightly wash it by hand after washing the rest of the car.Great pics Y’all. Hey, I have a silly question. When you wash your bulls, do you spray over engine cover and let soap suds pour into your engine bay? It’s impossible not to. I hate having to spray engine room to rinse suds. It takes extra time to rinse and dry to avoid water marks on carbon and stuff.
What do the rest of you do?
Absolutely, I had my flood lights on and it did make the car look darker. The Blu Cepheus is much lighter and it's extremely active in daylight......beautiful color! I know someone else that had equally good taste at one time.Those photos look beautiful, but if I had to guess I would have thought that was Blu Lemans! It's all about the lighting.