Waxes provide superficial protection to the car’s surface, as they cannot shield the cars from scratches. Ceramic paint coatings give ultimate protection to your car. The revolutionary benefits of nano-particles are available through premium-quality ceramic paint. The nano-particles form unbreakable bonds with the car’s surface and the thick coating prevents the grainy molecules from scratching the car’s surface. This thick coating can thwart the attacks of damaging chemicals and can remain on the surface for many years. Unlike the car waxes, the ceramic coating can protect the glasses from any unsightly marks. It does not just offer paint-protection.
It provides all-around protection to your car. It is impossible to remove the scratches or swirl marks after the application of ceramic paint protection. The auto-detailer needs to apply layers of car-clay onto the entire car before polishing. It is essential to clay the glasses before the application of ceramic paint coating on these areas. The application of ceramic paint-coating is a manual application process and the auto-detailers use foam applicators to evenly spread the paint-coating. A few drops of ceramic paint-coating are used each time and the auto-detailer spreads the coating in a thin layer. It is essential to properly smudge the coating after each application to avoid clumping. The ceramic coating is applied in a similar fashion onto the windshield, lenses, hubcaps and other areas of the car.
The auto-detailers use microfiber cloths to keep the level of the coat equal all over the car’s surface and remove any clumping. Many auto-detailers use a special light to find out the heavily coated areas at end of this process. The ceramic paint-coating not only protects your cars from swirl marks, chemical etching or scratches. It can also protect the car’s paint and interior components from the damage of UV rays. This coating protects the windshield from watermarks and it protects the driver from the glares of light. It also brings a mirror-like shine to the car’s surface which remains intact for years.