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@Jimmy Brooks in an earlier post you mentioned a "ceramic" coating that got your LR4 to shine. I have the same black and notice it shines pretty good (when washed). Not sure if it ever had the treatment you speak of. I suspect it's just the regular paint after getting a wax and clear coat treatment at the touch-less carwash. I got one of those paint pens from AB to touch up little chips, scratches, and scrapes. It's suppose to match the Santorini Black, but from what I can tell, it's just black. I also have the clear, but haven't used it over the black pen yet. My thought was to put on the black, buff it out, put on the clear, buff that out, and it would match the paint job closely enough to blend in. I've found it's better than the exposed metal, but the solid black color and flat finish shows up when you look right at it. I suppose if it gets enough of those wear and tear blemishes, the only real solution would be a full paint job.
I might decide to go in a different direction if it comes to a full body paint job. I'm taken with the ability of the black to shine like a mirror, but I sometimes wonder if it's the right look for a rugged off-road rig.