I second this. Brake dust will still stick but a good power wash works like using a heavy cleaner.I'm a big fan of CQuartz products. The Dlux would be a good coating for your wheels.
Many of them. Not difficult to do, but you need a few tools (like a buffer and buffing wheel), a well prepped car and a clean place that's not dusty. Not something you really want to do outside this time of year, or in a dusty garage.Are any of these coatings available for purchase to be applied on our own?
If you want something easier that doesn't last as long try Ultima Paint Protection Plus. Is a wipe on wipe off product that can last a couple months easy. Also great for Windows and paint. Opti-Seal is a similar product, but have yet to try this one.Are any of these coatings available for purchase to be applied on our own?
Yep, I drove from the dealership to the ceramic pro shop.For me, if I’m spending just under $50k on a car I would just get it professionally ceramic coated. Seems like a good way to protect my purchase cause four years from now when I make my last car payment I’ll want to look at the vehicle still in great shape, shiny like I just bought it. Find a guy in your area who has reviews and can show you his work, I bet you will be glad in a few years when your ride looks good as new...