Anyone else thinking of ceramic coating their new Bronco?

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I find the high quality synthetic waxes do a fantastic job at preserving an automobile's finish. I have only professionally ceramic coated one vehicle (my wife's car - BMW X5 for a cost of $2K) and there is no question it made maintenance of the finish easier. However, I will probably not coat my Bronco, but detail it to the best of my ability. I have found that a regular hand wash is THE critical element in preserving finishes. If you want to dramatically increase your car washing results, use deionized water (I use a CR Spotless system).

I second using deionized water (especially if you are on a well). I've used CR Spotless in the past but found it a pain to use. I've since moved over to the Griot's system. I've hand washed my Subaru Forester since I brought it home 2 years ago, Subaru is well known for thin paint.
 

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Google can only give me so much. Does anyone have a ballpark number on the cost to PPF the Bronco 4dr?
 

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Google can only give me so much. Does anyone have a ballpark number on the cost to PPF the Bronco 4dr?
I would also like to cover the windows with ceramic tint film.
 
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