Ceramic coating

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Doug Wheeler
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Let us know how they turn out. Mine will need to be re-done at some point.
 

Joe Loyd

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[QUOTE="Chimera, post: 131737, member: http://www.oddsandendsdetailing.com in Chantilly, VA. Darryl has done two cars for me - an Audi and a Porsche - using Adams products. He did paint, wheels, and calipers. They look phenomenal.[/QUOTE]

He only does the detailing-type ceramic coating (e.g. paintwork) . No extreme heat applications like exhausts...
 

Scott Harrison

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American Stripping (ASCO) in Manassas can do some ceramic coating. https://www.ascoweb.com/auto-motor-services
I believe they can do any size in black but only limited size in silver (10”x 10” x 28”)
I've used them many times, and their work is first rate. I just wish they could do sidepipes in silver.:tickedoff:
 

Joe Loyd

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American Stripping (ASCO) in Manassas can do some ceramic coating. https://www.ascoweb.com/auto-motor-services
I believe they can do any size in black but only limited size in silver (10”x 10” x 28”)
I've used them many times, and their work is first rate. I just wish they could do sidepipes in silver.:tickedoff:
Hmm, the quote was supposedly for chrome-silver...guess I'll have to call them again and confirm....
 
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If not too late, I've used the guys below to apply a ceramic coating to my polished wheels. Don't know if they'd do headers, but, if they're closer than the other options above (they're in Sterling) no harm in giving them a call. They're also the only detail guys in the area with a solid 5-star rating.

https://www.americanshinedetailing.com/

If anyone is familiar with D&V Autobody Masters, Kevin (Owner) says Brian and Brian (yep, there's two of 'em) at American Shine are the best paint correction people in the area, and speaks highly of them in general on all of their service offerings. My personal experience with the Brians confirms Kevin's opinion.

Hope you guys never need him, but here's Kevin's (D&V) link as well.

http://www.dandvautobody.com/masters/

Good Luck.
 
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