Ceramic Coatings are the latest generation of paint sealants for your car. This coating is a liquid polymer that is applied by hand to the exterior of a vehicle. The coating chemically bonds with the vehicle’s surface, creating a layer of protection that increases both the hardness and self cleaning ability your paint work, PPF or vinyl finish.

A Ceramic Coating for your car is something you might be interested in if you’re keen to keep your car looking great and avoid costly damage to your paintwork. Ceramic Coatings do however require a little more preparation, and can be harder to apply than a traditional car wax or paintwork sealant so always best to have this installed by a certified detailer.
Ceramic coating, sometimes called nano ceramic coating, is an extra surface finish that bonds to the clear coat of your car’s paintwork to create a semi-permanent barrier against dirt, water, chemicals, ultraviolet light, and minor scuffs and scratches.

It’s applied as a liquid polymer that works like a premium alternative to wax, but lasts for much longer without repeated application as it does not wash away or break down throughout your cleaning process. The coating helps keep it looking like-new with comparatively minimal maintenance, achieving this result by making your vehicle more resilient and easier to clean.

There are a range of coatings for all types of exterior & interior finishes including paint, trims, glass, rims, leather, fabric and even coatings designed for paint protection films and vinyl wraps meaning you can literally protect every inch of your vehicle with or without a vehicle wrap.
There are a many benefits of Ceramic Coating your vehicle in order to preserve your vehicles exterior finish and reduce on-going maintenance.

Water spotting occurs when a drop of dirty water dries on your car’s bodywork, leaving a dot of dry visible residue on the paintwork. The hydrophobic properties of a Ceramic Coating means that most of the moisture will bead and slide off the vehicles surface however it cannot completely eliminate this as some water droplets may remain on the vehicle creating the opportunity for water-spotting.

A Ceramic Coating does not make your vehicle maintenance-free, you will still need to wash your vehicle regularly in order to maintain its look, however the benefit of a Ceramic Coating is that the process of cleaning your vehicle will be made much easier same time and money in future.
As Ceramic Coatings forms a semi permanent bond, there is no need to wax your bodywork in the future eliminating a significant part of maintaining your car’s exterior.

Ceramic Coatings for cars protects the finish by giving a hardened out-coat – they’re not full body armour.

While they can help to prevent minor scratches, UV and chemical damage Ceramic Coatings are still susceptible to more serious surface scuffs and stone chips so it is important not to get this confused with Paint Protection Film.

Swirls are one of the biggest causes of dull paintwork, caused by automatic car washes, or wiping the bodywork in a circular motion with a gritty sponge, a Ceramic Coating helps you avoid this damage by making it easier to wash your car with less need for contact with the surface.