Uncoated Bare Paint Reacting to Water Spray
The purpose of this video below is to see clearly a car paint surface that is not ceramic coated. The next video will show you exactly what a ceramic coating can do. Rather than write about it, just look and see. Before you ask, why not just use wax? Well this will last years or even the lifetime of the vehicle, depending on how many layers we use. Enjoy!
Ceramic Coated Paint Reacting to Water Spray
Below you can see how the paint now reacts after having undergone a ceramic coating. The water beads and sheds quickly off the surface due to its slickness; and in practice it will reduce the dirt and debris from sticking to your vehicle. This vehicle has or multilayer lifetime warranty coating, however results will be the same on the 6 month, 2 year and 5 year coatings.
Ceramic coated vehicles
How do you apply a ceramic coating?
In the quick video below, I am applying the first layer of a 5 layer ceramic coating on this new Toyota Supra. To prep the paint we washed it, clay-bar’d it, polished the paint and used our proprietary primer to get the surface ready for the ceramic coating. After applying it we use 3 separate microfibre towels to wipe the excess and level off the coating. This ensures we avoid high spots which look like rainbow or oil stains if not wiped off properly from the paint.
Applying a professional grade ceramic coating is precise and strenuous work. We guarantee the nano coating bonds with the substrate of the surface we work on. The products we use are professional use only. Their application changes based on humidity, temperature and surfaces of the vehicle. The results speak for themselves.