Thanks for your help!Depends on how well the job is done, you could get a cheap offer with less longevity. Ask a few places about how they perform the job.
Washing with water, scraping off loose material, sandblasting, drying the car for a few days, use of a warm room or oven.
Do they just spray everything and make a big mess, or mask off some areas.
- The cee'd is probably best wire brushed by hand and treated with a paint brush on the solid parts, then some not too messy treatment under the sills with a touch up each summer.
- A good prof job that will last will cost a bit. Anyone who can return your car the same day is worth avoiding.
Perfect,thanks!Welcome to the Forum
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