The advantages of ceramic coatings for cars:
Ceramic coating is also known as glass coating, liquid glass, nano-ceramic coating, ceramic glass, car paint protection coating, but what is the difference between these products? Well, no, not really. All of these terms describe automotive nano-coatings based on silica/silicon dioxide (an important component of glass). These nano-coatings are hydrophobic, hard, heat and weather resistant, making them ideal for your vehicle.
Ceramic coatings for automobiles provide protection, gloss to your paint finish.
Ceramic coating is a glossy, durable finish that protects your paint.
We all know the feeling: You’re waiting for a traffic light, a shiny new car pulls up next to you, and you realize your paint has changed. Trying to keep a car looking like new can be an expensive and exhausting task. All the washing and waxing and love is pointless if a bird finds its purpose ten minutes after you do it. If it’s not birds, it’s UV rays (even in Ireland), debris, stains, dirt, swirl marks – all of which can start to fade and damage the shine of your fur. This is where a ceramic coating can protect your car. Automotive ceramic coatings use nanotechnology to form a protective layer on the car’s paint surface. The coating is bonded to the substrate at the nanomolecular level, which means it doesn’t wash off or degrade like wax. This protection makes your car cleaner and shinier.
Ceramic coatings make your paint more durable and easier to maintain. That’s because they:
Hydrophobicity – Due to its waterproof properties, water tumbles and slides off the surface. It also makes it harder for mud and grime to stick to the surface, making washing easier and less frequent.
Provides UV Protection – Sun exposure can cause car paint to oxidize and fade. Ceramic automotive coatings provide a barrier against this effect.
Chemical Stain Resistant – The hydrophobicity of the Nano Automotive coating prevents acidic liquids and salts from discoloring and corroding finishes (including bird droppings and dead bugs).
Enhanced Gloss – Ceramic Coatings give your car a smooth, self-cleaning finish, making your car shine and shine like new.
The ceramic or glass coating process:
Ceramic coating is also known as glass coating, liquid glass, nano-ceramic coating, ceramic glass, car paint protection coating, but what is the difference between these products? Well, no, not really. All of these terms describe automotive nanocoating based on Silica/Silica (an important component of glass). These nanocoating’s are hydrophobic, hard, heat and weather resistant, making them ideal for your vehicle.
Applying a protective automotive coating is an intense and delicate process that needs to be applied by an experienced and qualified professional for best results. Remember, despite the hype, no coating is permanent unless it is well cared for.
If not maintained, auto ceramic coatings will deteriorate and need to be reapplied. Ceramic car paint is an investment for the serious car enthusiast. While waxing is a seasonal issue, ceramic car coatings are one-offs. A complete professional ceramic detailing package costs between 300 and 1400 euros, depending on the number of coats and the desired finish.
Ceramic coatings are relatively new to the Irish automotive paint protection market. It’s no surprise that they are slowly replacing the more traditional and hard waxing. Automotive ceramic coatings use nanotechnology to form a protective layer over automotive paint. The coating is bonded to the substrate at the nanomolecular level, which means it doesn’t wash away or degrade like wax. This protection will make your car cleaner and shinier.