What is Ceramic Coatings?
Ceramic coatings are liquid polymers that are applied by hand to the exterior of a vehicle with a microfiber applicator pad. The coating then chemically bonds with the vehicle’s factory paint creating a super hard (9H on the pencil scale, which measures hardness) level of protection.
What Does Ceramic Coating Do?
Protects your vehicle's clear coat and paint from UV damage and oxidation.
Protects from chemical stains and bird itching
Helps with ease of cleaning
Probably one of the most significant features of a ceramic coating is its hydrophobic properties. Which means, its ability to repel water. When a vehicle is coated, water should bead on the surface which should allow the water to slide off more easily. This will allow the harmful contaminants that are carried in rain water such as salt, chlorine, and lead, to have a more difficult time bonding to your vehicle.