Ceramic technology has been used for thousands of years as a protective coating for stone and metal surfaces. It is also used today as a coating for glass, plastic, wood, and other materials.
Hydrophobic & Dirt repelling properties
Ceramic coatings are hydrophobic (water-repelling) and dirt-repellent. This means that water beads up on ceramic surfaces instead of soaking into them. In addition, ceramic coatings repel dust and dirt particles. These two features make ceramics ideal for use on cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats, and even airplanes.
The first step is to clean the surface thoroughly. Use a microfiber cloth to remove dirt and debris from the surface. Next, use a spray bottle filled with water to wet the surface. Let the surface dry completely before applying the protective coating.
Ultra-violet rejection abilities
Ceramic coatings also offer excellent resistance to ultra-violet light. This makes them ideal for use on vehicles exposed to sunlight. They are also resistant to scratches and dents.
The first step in protecting your vehicle’s exterior is to remove any existing layers of paint from the surface. Next, use a high-quality sandpaper to gently remove any scratches or imperfections. Afterward, spray the entire surface with a primer. Once the primer has dried, apply two coats of clear coat. Finally, apply the protective film using a brush or roller.