Ceramic coating

If you have never had your bike ceramic coated ....find someone who does the real thing, not the stuff you buy at Walmart. Take to a professional detailer because it should be buffed first or at the very least clay barred. You will not believe the gloss and depth added by ceramic. It should last 5-7 years. You can order it on line for around $80....it will look better than any wax job....
 
If you have never had your bike ceramic coated ....find someone who does the real thing, not the stuff you buy at Walmart. Take to a professional detailer because it should be buffed first or at the very least clay barred. You will not believe the gloss and depth added by ceramic. It should last 5-7 years. You can order it on line for around $80....it will look better than any wax job....

I was wondering if you could to that on bikes/trikes. Do you have an estimate how much it costs?
 
I use this on all my vehicles, have a look at it and follow the instructions;)

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A friend of mine who is a "car guy" introduced me to Aero Finale. Great stuff. I use it as a final wipe down after removing all the dust and pollen. Quick and easy, good for all surfaces and gives a VERY slick and shiny result.
 

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