While there are many ways to indulge yourself in driving our cars, such as correcting the paintwork or putting the effort into keeping them spotless, many drivers today are turning to the “magic” of ceramic coating.
It’s been talked about all over the internet, via countless social media videos that feature someone throwing a bucket of mud on a half-processed hood to show the positive effects of best ceramic coating protection.
For many consumers, this is the first time they have heard of “ceramic coating” or “nanoparticle protection”.
- There is something to be skeptical about are the videos faked?
- Will the coating in question damage my car?
- And why are these tiny bottles so expensive?
In this article, we will see together the reality that revolves around ceramic protection and see if this special protection keeps its promises and if it is for you ( or not… ). Although the level of protection offered by these nanoparticles today is unrivaled, we will see that they can have some drawbacks, depending on what you are looking for.
We will also take the time to dispel the myths that revolve around this “miracle” product.
We all want our car to look as sparkling as the day we bought it. But despite our efforts to maintain it and keep it clean, we can’t seem to avoid the scratches, marks and stains that inevitably start to show up on the body of our beautiful car. Not to mention the paint that begins to tarnish and lose its shine against the sun. This is what prompts many consumers to look for a way to protect their vehicle against ultra violet rays.
There are a very large number of aggressive agents that damage our bodywork. Mud, dust, rain, lime marks, brake dust, tar, grease, insects, road film (grime ), etc., adhere to our paint immediately after our long and meticulous session of Saturday cleaning. And we must admit, washing your car is not always a piece of fun, for some it is a thankless task and above all, it takes a lot of time. Finally, snow, ice, road salt in winter, tree resin, bird droppings add more.
Washing cars with rollers, for practicality as it seems, is a real machine for producing micro scratches. WHAT ABOUT the manufacturers of roller cleaning gantries, it’s micro scratches GA-RAN-TIES. Not to mention the chemicals that are used in these washing systems, terribly aggressive for the bodywork. You can’t imagine that a non-contact system could deal with all this contamination that we have so much trouble removing, even by scrubbing hard, without very harsh chemicals. And then there are the scratches of everyday life with children, sand, friction, shopping carts, bicycles, the doors of our parking neighbors, etc.
A good wax adds a good level of shine ( excellent even ) but offers a low level of protection, which lasts a few months at best. It is in no way a product that can compete with ceramic in terms of protection against certain types of attacks.
And this is precisely where ceramic coverings have their say
Originally, ceramic technology was designed for the petroleum industry and the space industry. With a hardness of 9 hours, it quickly spread to the automotive industry. Why? Because it’s really Effective.