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  1. EastCoast Ram
    01-09-2015 11:01 AM
    EastCoast Ram
    I assumed you had a detailing business, but it looks like you sell the products, sorry for the confusion. My friend is in Hamilton. Do you recommend a detailing shop that does opti-coat there?
  2. EastCoast Ram
    01-08-2015 06:07 PM
    EastCoast Ram
    I have a friend who is looking to have opti coat done on his car, and I was wondering if you still do this. If so, where is your business located?

  3. GT
    12-20-2014 04:01 PM
    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  4. EastCoast Ram
    09-28-2014 08:55 AM
    EastCoast Ram
    That is great to hear. I think I am going to get it done next week. They are giving me a quote for the opti-coat, and adding in 8 tires(to include my winter rims) and getting them to do the Krown rust proofing. Right now it totals $1300, but I believe they are going to offer a discount if I do all of it. Thanks for you input on all of this. I really do appreciate it.

  5. EastCoast Ram
    09-25-2014 09:30 AM
    EastCoast Ram
    They said it is $750. Not sure if that is decent or not. Nothing to compare to around home.
  6. EastCoast Ram
    09-19-2014 07:46 AM
    EastCoast Ram
    Thanks for all of your advise. I went and talked to them yesterday, and they were telling me about the warranty part of it which is through somewhere in Quebec. They said it is forms that have to be filled out and sent away. They seem to be legit, but they admitted that they are new to it, and haven't done to many vehicles yet. They do use the pro version, not the 2.0. I am considering getting it done.
  7. EastCoast Ram
    09-17-2014 09:19 AM
    EastCoast Ram
    Thanks for taking the time to answer my question. I am a new Ram owner, and honestly have never owned a vehicle worth spending the money on to protect. I do like what I have read about Opti-coat. I don't mind spending the money if it is going to be a real asset. I have seen your name come up numerous times when it comes to detailing, so I wanted to talk to someone with knowledge. Thanks again for taking the time. I talked to the people who would do the application, and they claim to have gone to California to do detailing training, and the steps they plan to take seem rather intense. I believe it will take 6-8 hours, and they keep the truck for 24 hours to dry. If you are ever curious, this is their website.
    I do love this forum, great info. Thanks again!
  8. EastCoast Ram
    09-12-2014 01:57 PM
    EastCoast Ram
    I hope you don't mind me sending a message, but I see your name come up whenever anyone talks about detailing their truck. I am considering going with the opti-coat, and getting it done professionally. I live in Halifax, and the place I am looking at is called "house of auto details", and it is in Bedford Nova Scotia. I was just wondering if you had heard anything about them, and if you recommend the opti-coat.
  9. Kamanhart
    05-15-2014 06:57 AM
    That is exactly what i was worried about, thank you sir very much! i figured it wouldnt be a good combination but i just wanted to double check thank you very much again
  10. Kamanhart
    05-14-2014 11:20 PM
    Hey Primo, I had a question about some paint care if you have a spare moment and would care to share. A while back you suggested the duragloss products for my truck which I love, but I might have access to a machine polisher and after reading your guide a few times and comparing products it seems the the 105 is a polish so if I used the Menzerna SF4500 like you suggest can I still apply the mixture of duragloss as a top coat?

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