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Dean_G
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2019/08/30 13:29:32 (permalink)

Sussex professional detailer

hi, I’m new to the forum & also a new owner to a 2017 flat black 718. I live in mid Sussex and want to utilise a local detailer to ceramic coat the car. It was diamond bright waxed and polished at the OPC, though I‘m keen to keep the paint pristine. Ask to this local community is so far I’ve found 3 in the local area (lewis car valeting, Atlantic in Burgess hill and precision Porsche near bluebell railway). Has anyone used these firms and would recommend their services? I’m not hung up on the type of ceramic used. It’s the service and finish I’m after. Apologies if this is a typical newbie question.. 

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    LRR_uk
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    Re: Sussex professional detailer 2019/08/31 01:21:54 (permalink)
    Hi Dean,
     
    I havent used them, but I do recommend;
     
    Haywards Heath based Dave Parkes > https://www.parxdetailing.com/  He does a ceramic coating service.
     
    Hope that helps,
     
    Lee.

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    Dean_G
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    Re: Sussex professional detailer 2019/09/01 20:32:31 (permalink)
    Thanks Lee. Steer appreciated. cheers 
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    Re: Sussex professional detailer 2019/09/03 14:10:20 (permalink)
    heres a guy ive heard a lot about im going there soon its near uckfield / buxted
     
    https://www.marells.co.uk...BJNyimS1ebQyvtwk06BXBM


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    Re: Sussex professional detailer 2019/09/04 20:41:11 (permalink)
    Many thanks Dave Paul - I wasn't aware of him. pls give me your feedback once you’ve been over. I’m reviewing the others referenced as well and will share which one I eventually land up with - cheers 
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    Re: Sussex professional detailer 2019/09/14 21:27:55 (permalink)
    Thanks for all the tips. I’m going with Precision Porsche. Will upload a couple of photos once it completes. 
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    Re: Sussex professional detailer 2019/09/29 10:48:27 (permalink)
    Ok, picked up car from Precision Porsche yesterday & a complete step up from when purchased (2 months ago).  its had stage 1 and partial stage 2 polishing, followed by ceramic coating plus hubs and wheels + with the wheels off, all the under trays removed, cleaned through and then waxoyld re brake lines and suspension components. I looked at two other detailers & with thanks for the other recommendations. if anyone else is considering ceramic coat or daily driver winter readiness - go with Precision. Their Detailer knows what he’s doing with 20+ years experience on high end vehicles and rest of the team are gripped on what they are doing and how do it. totally impressed. I‘ll load some pics of the underside later. Cheers
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