Ceramic Coating

“For The Ultimate in Paint Protection”

What is a Ceramic Coating?

Essentially a ceramic coating is a hard shell that will prevent water stains, road grime, bird droppings, and other substances from reaching and harming the paint. That long-lasting protection is the main reason car owners choose a ceramic coating over other options, such as waxes or sealants.  This silica-based liquid polymer is applied by hand and allowed to cure to form a protective layer that, when properly maintained, can be effective for several years.

Ceramic coatings bond permanently to your car’s factory coating and will not de-laminate.  However, if not applied early your car’s clear coat may sustain irreversible damage.  Additionally, they provide you with superior protection that is resistant to chemical etching, reduces the onset of swirls and light scratches, and form a hydrophobic surface that’s easier to clean.

Which Ceramic Coating is Right for You?

Maximum Ceramic Protection - $4998

Exterior and Interior Protection

Exterior-Only Protection - $3498

Same as “Maximum Ceramic Protection”, except for no interior protection, and glass coating is applied to the windshield only.

Budget-Friendly Protection - $1998

3 to 5 – Year ceramic coating applied to the exterior and wheels.  Glass coating applied to the windshield.

Entry-Level Protection – Starting at $998

1-2 – Year ceramic coating with proper maintenance.  Perfect for leased vehicles, or you just want a good refresh and long-term protection.

How it’s Done

STEP 1: Pre-rinse vehicle with Rinse-less wash – encapsulates surface dirt and contaminants

STEP 2: High-quality all-purpose cleaner is foamed onto wheels, tires, and areas where dirt accumulates. Areas are then gently agitated with a paint-safe body brush to remove embedded dirt

STEP 3: The vehicle is rinsed with a pressure washer to flush away the dirt

STEP 4: Embedded contaminants are removed with a clay towel and iron remover, leaving the surface of the vehicle smooth and contaminant-free

STEP 5: The vehicle is given a final rinse to remove the iron remover, and a rinse-less wash is reapplied to the vehicle with the Ultra Black Sponge™. This helps to lubricate the surface which prevents damage that may be induced during the drying process

STEP 6: The paint is polished to safely remove the swirls and scratches. This is performed with the least aggressive polish and pad combination to help preserve your vehicle’s clear coat. If necessary, a more aggressive polish and pad combination are used to spot-correct more severe blemishes and deeper scratches

STEP 7: Enjoy the shine!

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