Ceramic coat spray is a protective layer designed to give your vehicle’s paint job an attractive, glossy shine. It can be applied to paint, plastic, and glass surfaces in various ways for maximum shine and appeal.
Before applying a ceramic coating to your vehicle, it is essential that it be thoroughly clean. Free from dirt, grime, brake dust and stains which could interfere with the application process as well as any previous waxes or sealants that might affect its effectiveness.
Next, use a clay bar to scrape away any scratches or blemishes on your car’s paint surface. Doing this will allow spray adhesive to adhere better and create an effective bond with the surface.
Once the surface has been cleaned, apply ceramic coat spray directly on it and rub in with a clean damp towel for an incredibly glossy finish that lasts.
After application, use a dampened towel to wipe away any excess coating and protect your paintwork from hardening or scratching. This will help avoid scratches caused by hardened coating.
For those who don’t want the hassle of professional coating their cars, but still need protection from elements, this is an ideal solution. It is simple and effective – simply spray on some protective coating over the entire surface of your car’s paint.
The best ceramic coating sprays provide your car with a durable shield from environmental elements. These coatings are hydrophobic, meaning that they repel water and dirt rather than simply soaking it up. As such, your car will be shielded from chemical stains, tree sap, bird droppings, airborne pollutants, UV rays from the sun – everything!
Ceramic spray can also help repel salt, ice and snow as well as road and sea salt. This is particularly essential when traveling to or from the beach or any location where salty or icy conditions might arise.
Finally, a high-quality ceramic spray will protect your vehicle’s paint from fading and cracking, giving it a more beautiful appearance and making maintenance easier – something all car owners should take into consideration when selecting a protective coating for their car.
However, unlike PPF, the bond between your vehicle’s paintwork and ceramic coating is weaker. This is because even the strongest 9H-rated ceramic coatings will begin to degrade over time; at which point it is recommended that you completely remove it and apply a fresh coat.