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Old 04-09-2017, 07:33 PM   #1
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Does anyone on here work for these or had any detailing work done.I might be trading my white 2014 RRS autobiography in for a 2015 Black RRS Autobiography & they say their detainers can ceramic coat it with G techniq products.

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Old 04-09-2017, 07:51 PM   #2
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I'd check with the Gtechniq Accredited Detailers Map.
The detailer may use Gtechniq but they may not be an accredited user.
I'd go with an accredited user who can offer a guarantee on the application.
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I'll check,,but they are doing top end cars like lambo's,Ferrari's,Mcclaren.

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I'll check,,but they are doing top end cars like lambo's,Ferrari's,Mcclaren.

Andy.
That may just mean they are doing poor work on nice cars. The level of car is meaningless trust me. The best thing you can do is go and inspect some vehicles for yourself. When a dealership opens up a job space for a "detailer" what they want is someone to move vehicles around and clean them quickly. Ive seen, worked on and fixed many from similar places
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dont know for 100% but it might be they work closely with Reep, rather than inhouse detailing
just a question to ask
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