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If you're considering protecting your Tesla's paint and are not sure in which direction to go, you've arrived at the right place. In this guest blog post, Truong-Thang Pham tells us everything you need to know based on his experience as a professional car detailer.
Should I do PPF, ceramic coating, both? What are the main differences? What products should I use?
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This is a guest blog post by Truong-Thang Pham, a fellow Tesla owner and enthusiast from the Tesla Owners of East Bay Club. He is also the owner of ‘Savage Xpress’, a detail/wrap shop located in Milpitas, California. As a professional car detailer, he has come across many customers who want to take care of their vehicle’s paint but don’t know where to start or in what direction to go. In this article, he walks us through some paint protection options, its pros, and cons.From issue #123
Feynlab’s DIY products follow a regimen: Preparation, Protection, Maintenance. First Prepare the paint by washing with Pure Wash, followed by Panel Prep to remove any residual oil or contaminants. Then Protect your Tesla using Ceramic Lite - the easiest coating to apply. Then Maintain the coating with Pure Wash, and if you want that extra touch of protection follow it up with Ceramic Spray Sealant every couple of months.
If you would like to sponsor Tesletter, please reach out!From issue #106
Feynlab’s DIY products follow a regimen: Preparation, Protection, Maintenance. First Prepare the paint by washing with Pure Wash, followed by Panel Prep to remove any residual oil or contaminants. Then Protect your Tesla using Ceramic Lite - the easiest coating to apply. Then Maintain the coating with Pure Wash, and if you want that extra touch of protection, follow it up with Ceramic Spray Sealant every couple of months.
Get a free quote: FeynlabFrom issue #118
Did you know Feynlab invented the original CERAMIC coating for automotive paint protection? Feynlab products are made in America and distributed in 25+ countries. Not sure what products are best for your car? Ask Feynlab, get a free quote.From issue #111
An informative video discussing different types of wraps and costs, if you’re thinking about wrapping your Tesla, hopefully, this helps you figure out what type of wrapping you want and how much it’s going to cost. Thanks @dburkland for sharing!From issue #143
You’ve installed your chrome delete kit, nice! But… how should you wash it to avoid damaging the vinyl? Is pressure washing ok?
Read more: TesletterFrom issue #102
Model 3 paint correction with a two-step process: Spraying with Feynlab Panel Prep and then applying one layer of Feynlab Self Heal Lite and one layer of Feynlab Ceramic Coating as a top coat to give it that extra glossy and slickness. The main advantage compared to PPF such as XPEL is that this one lasts longer. Note that this is a certified installer only product.From issue #130
Tesla is now offering their own PPF for the Model Y. For their first product in this category, Tesla is targetting an area that suffers a lot, especially for those who live in cold climates where snow and sand can damage the car. This new accessory consists of 2x clear protective film for rear fenders and 1x squeegee. It seems like a good option if you like DIYs and don’t want to spend a lot of money on a PPF for the whole car. As someone who may get their Model Y soon, I’d like to see what folks say of its quality and how it compares to other brands that we like and trust like Tesbros.From issue #146
Joe Torbati from OCDetailing is probably one of the people in the world with more experience detailing Teslas. In this video, Joe shares how they did their first Model Y Paint Protection Film custom installation. PPF may seem pricey but it gives you so much peace of mind. Also, that blue matte look 🤤🤤🤤From issue #105