Ceramic Pro is a multi-layerable, nano ceramic coating.
How does it work?
Ceramic Pro once cured, is measured to have hardness above 9H. The normal clear coat has a hardness between 2H and 4H. The glass shield prevents minor scratches to your clearcoat and acts as a sacrificial layer. This preserves the original factory paint.
Any surface scratches that happen in the coating are easily removed with light polishing which will not weaken the integrity of the original clear coat. With Ceramic Pro your paint won’t fade or age due to the UV protection in the glass coating.
Ceramic Pro is Glossy, slick, and self-cleaning, this nanotechnology allows the Ceramic nanoparticles to fill the smallest pores in the paint which makes the Ceramic Pro glass shield shiny, smooth, and extremely slick or hydrophobic. Ceramic Pro dramatically lowers the surface tension preventing environmental contaminants such as bird droppings, bugs, dirt, tar, and graffiti paint from bonding to the surface. Water easily removes dirt from the surface by encapsulating it while rolling off the surface. This is called the self-cleaning effect.
Permanent protection Ceramic Pro 9H is a one-time application if maintained correctly. Once the Ceramic Pro glass shield has cured it can only be removed through abrasion like wet sanding. This puts Ceramic Pro in a category by itself, compared to sealants or waxes that degrade quickly.
Why use ceramic pro on my vehicle?
Ceramic coating is a multi-layer, clear, liquid nano-ceramic coating. The coating will protect the exterior and interior of the vehicle from deteriorating for a lifetime. The resale market value will therefore be substantially higher!
Your vehicle will look new all the time
Once the coating is applied you will see a mirror effect, glossiness, and color depth, incomparable to anything else! With proper maintenance, your car’s finish will shine for many years to come.
Less exterior vehicle maintenance
The slickness of the coated surface doesn’t allow dirt, brake dust, and tar to stick to your car’s paint, wheels, or glass. This makes washing your vehicle less labor-intensive and less frequent. Waxing is now obsolete.