they are all bonded in but re used all the trims that were there originally i am not sure if the seals are still available..................... i think if its done right its easy reusable i cant tell they are re used and i am very picky !!
Seen plenty of his work so totally trust him but I know what you mean about the jag, glass taken out this week he's on holiday now for 2 weeks when he gets back his team will have it fully prepped and in the booth waiting.
Awesome! im gonna say this now so you wont have to deal with the scratches in the future but get a glass/ceramic coating, you have to let the paint air for 30 days before adding the coating after a respray but after that get that **** coated. you can do it your self if you want, its not hard at all.
a) DuPont's SupraShield™, PPG's Optech™ and CeramiClear™ Clear Coat are all binary clear coat compositions using ceramic particles designed to offer long-term scratch resistance, gloss and durability and is applied as a final coating over a traditional clear coat, CeramiClear™ has an approximate thickness of 7.5 µ (0.5 Mil) this top layer also contains the paint systems UV protection
b) Opti-Coat ™ , C.Quartz, G|Techniq, Nanolex and etc. Surfaces sealed with Nanotechnology sealants repel water, oil and dirt, have antistatic characteristics and protect against chemical and biological damage, they also offer scratch resistance. Water, oil and dirt can be removed easily, but if the car is very dirty it can be cleaned with a high pressure hose and a microfiber cloth.
when cured most of these coatings are harder then clear coat, some are close to smartphone protection glass (9H)