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This will be my first ever brand new car. My father in law got his tesla ceramic coated and says it's worth it - just gathering opinions!
 

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I was considering getting my previous cx5 ceramic coated and was quoted £1000, mostly time in prep and application not materials. When I asked what it would do the detailer stated it would protect the paint from dust etc and be easier to keep clean and shiny but not stone chips and the such like. That made my decision easy

After some research I opted to use chemical boys jetseal. It worked brilliantly for me (and the car paint work) but needs applying more often than ceramic coating.

It seems to come down to personal preference and budget in my opinion. No right or wrong.
 

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I was considering getting my previous cx5 ceramic coated and was quoted £1000, mostly time in prep and application not materials. When I asked what it would do the detailer stated it would protect the paint from dust etc and be easier to keep clean and shiny but not stone chips and the such like. That made my decision easy

After some research I opted to use chemical boys jetseal. It worked brilliantly for me (and the car paint work) but needs applying more often than ceramic coating.

It seems to come down to personal preference and budget in my opinion. No right or wrong.
That looks like a good shout - did you apply it yourself?
 

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Yip, easy to apply and buff to a shine. I did it in sections allowing it to dry for approx 15 minutes and then buff. Water just beads off it, making it easy to wash the car and retains shine. Worked for my cx5 and now mx30
 
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