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Old 11-05-2023, 09:02 AM   #1
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Ceramic coatings - Glidecoat standard vs Alpha Graphene

I recently obtained quotes from a local fiberglass shop I've worked with below to have a ceramic coating (Glidecoat standard or Alpha Graphene) applied to our Escape. The Alpha Graphene is about $600 more, but they said the standard is good for 1-2 years and Alpha Graphene will last 3-5 years.

I'm wondering if the Alpha is worth the price premium and would appreciate hearing from anyone who has used any ceramic coating before. I've also heard of people using Rejex and would be interested in thoughts on that as well. I wouldn't mind saving the time it takes to wax the camper for several years. Thanks!
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