A chemical polymer solution, “industry-grade ceramic coating,” is applied to a car’s body to avoid external paint damage. It typically gets applied by hand, blending with your car’s paint to offer an additional coating of hydrophobic protection.
This chemical interaction and the development a new layer do not impact the car’s original paint job. Despite the misunderstanding held by many car enthusiasts and even detailers, ceramic coating is an alternative to waxing instead of a clear bra (paint protection film). The primary goal is to keep the paintwork fresh and the clear coat undamaged by preventing the buildup of dirt, grime, and stain marks.
Therefore, if you consider giving your car a new look, contact Esthetique Pro Solution.
Pros and cons of ceramic coating in car
A ceramic coating liquid polymer is applied over an automobile’s paint job. The coating creates a surface more resilient to oxidation, solvents, and UV radiation. Furthermore, the coating could give the paint a glossier and brighter look.
- Protection Against Dangerous UV Rays
You can just picture the damage the sun’s harmful UV rays may do to the paintwork on your car. Applying a ceramic coating will protect the paint on your car against oxidation, fading, and dulling. This is especially important if you park your automobile outside.
- Protection Against Chemical Stains
One such potential harm to your car is chemical stains from atmospheric acidic pollution. These impurities will not attach to the paint, thanks to a coating. Ceramic coating could be a significant relief when the city’s air pollution rate is growing.
- Hydrophobic Properties and ease of cleaning
Car washing becomes an issue regarding waxing and other detailing processes. You have no reason to be worried about the polymer wearing off while applying ceramic coating. (Incidentally, an additional process integrating polishing and wet sanding is required to remove it altogether.)
- Protection Against All Kinds of Scratches and Swirls Marks
The common risks to your car, including rock chips, swirl marks, and scratches, will not be prevented by a ceramic coating. It still has paint-like characteristics despite its mixing capabilities. For this reason, you should still expect your car to come into contact with these common, unwanted objects.
- Protection Against Water Spots
As previously said, water-based contaminants will bead on your automobile’s surface once the ceramic coating is applied and finally glides off.
- Eliminate the Need for Car Washes
Your car still has to be cleaned regularly. Your car does not have supernatural self-cleaning capabilities simply because it has a ceramic coating.