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What is ceramic coating? Ceramic coating is a clear, liquid, nano ceramic coating that provides for the ultimate protection and shine for your vehicle. It can be applied to boats, cars, trucks, RVs, motor cycles, and more. It bonds with the surface and fills in all the pores. Therefore providing a slick surface that makes it harder for dirt to stick to. It also protects against UV rays, bird droppings, and other chemicals vehicles are subjected to. Benefits, it makes the vehicle stay cleaner longer, makes it easier to clean, and makes bugs come off with little effort. The hydrophobic properties make it shed water like crazy. Best of all no need to wax again, ever.
The process is very detailed for installation. We are not a detail shop and do not want to have customers thinking that way. Step one is to take care of reasonable scratches using wet sanding and buffing techniques. Step 2 the entire surface is polished to a high shine. It will shine better than new. Step 3 the entire surface is prepped with a prep spray. Step 4 the actual ceramic coating is applied. Step 5 the surface is then coated with a revive spray to increase the hydrophobic properties of the coating. Step 6 stand back and stare in awe.
A nano-coating basically provides a strong, protective surface to the surface that can block all manner of foreign matter and prevent them from causing damage to the car. The ceramic coating ensures that the original factory coating is encased in a protective layer that can withstand a great deal of damage without showing any ill-effects on the surface.
A ceramic coating goes much further than an ordinary paint job for protecting the surface of the vehicle. The new coating is fused to the surface and is not dislodged by vibrations or external force. Whereas traditional vehicle coatings, such as wax, wear off over time when exposed to the weather, acidic components of the atmosphere and bird droppings, nano-coatings last for years.
The more pitted a surface, the easier it is for dirt to find tiny pockets to sink into. As the name suggest, nano-coating works at the molecular level to ensure that the coating provided is extremely smooth and even. This means that even when the dirt comes in contact with the coating, it finds no place to stick to, and simply rolls off the surface. Because of this property of ceramic coatings, most of the contaminants that they encounter on the road will be unable to stick to the surface and will fall away, leaving the surface in its initial pristine state.
Getting a car waxed was the older equivalent of getting a special coating for your car to protect its surface. The problem, of course, is that the wax sealant provides less protection, and eventually wears off, which means a fresh coat needs to be reapplied several times a year. On the other hand, a single coating of ceramic ensures that you never need another wax job – ever!
It may seem at first glance that having a ceramic coating installed is cost-prohibitive but take another look. Since wax lasts only 1 to 3 months, it needs to be reapplied at least quarterly. You’ll spend about $200 four times a year for a good wash and wax. That’s $800 per year. Over 5 years you would spend $4,000 for quarterly waxing. Since a professional ceramic coating is essentially permanent if maintained properly, it would require a single application over the average lifetime of vehicle ownership. If you never have to wax your car again you would save money. If you invest $1500 for a premium ceramic coating for your car, you would save $2500 over 5 years, compared to quarterly waxing.
Windshield coated with ceramic coating. Impressive and no need for wipers.
Ceramic coating water test.