Cquartz DIY or hire a pro?

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  1. Immo

    Immo Moparpalooza

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    i dont think you can get the Cquartz finest unless your a professional installer.

    I would do it myself if I could get it
     
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    TallCool1 Gold Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member Nat'l Hellcat Tech Advisor HCC Charter Member

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    You can get another version. You can do yourself. But and I mean this with repsect. Your asking, which semi implies (I am assuming of course) that you might leave it to a pro. Applying the treatment isnt tough there is correct and not. It's the surface prep that will make the difference in end result. I'd do research to see if your up to it. Look at Car Pro USAs forum, or autogeek forums start there. Good luck.
     
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    I used TLC AUTO DETAIL too. Worth the time and money. Ask for Dave. Tell him Darin sent you. Great guys.

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    Agree with TallCool1and Darin Skelly. To get the result you've seen in pictures you're talking paint correction, not just coating. I don't have the skills or the time to get it done right so I went to an authorized installer. I also wanted the Finest version. Am quite pleased.


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