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Ceramic Coating - 1 Step

Options range from 2 - 8 years of durability

  • 24 hr
  • From 700 US dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

2-3x harder than clear coat, the silicon dioxide compound found in ceramic coatings provides significantly better protection than traditional waxes and sealants. It does this through nano-technology that allows the product to bond to your paint, wheels, glass, and trim at a molecular level. This fills in microscopic pits and grooves in your paint leaving a smooth hydrophobic surface. Ceramic coating is a long-term nanoscopic protectant that is applied in a liquid form and cures to form a hard layer on top of the paint. Essentially, it's the candy shell that protects the paint's delicious center. A 1-step paint correction reduces visible scratches and smooths the paint's surface to help the ceramic coating to bond to the surface better. Ceramic coating is typically composed of silicon dioxide which is sourced from natural materials such as quartz and sand, mixed together with titanium dioxide as an additional hardening agent. When applied to a car's paint, the two create a chemical bond with hydrophobic, aka water-repellent, properties. The properties of the shield makes it harder for environmental paint hazards to stick to the surface and protects it from blemishes and damage while keeping it cleaner for longer. With Self cleaning properties, the ceramic shield creates intense water beading and dirt run-off to make car washes a breeze! Chemical resistant and equipped with the highest form of UV protection, Ceramic coating is your ultimate form of paint protection. With options that range from 2, 4 and even up to 8 years of durability! Ceramic coatings tend to give more of a candy gloss compared to other protectants. ​ *Ceramic coating typically needs to cure for at least 12 to 24 hours.

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule, please contact us at least 24 hours before your appointment date.

Contact Details

(623) 888-8705

Phoenix, AZ, USA

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