Permanent Nano-Ceramic Paint Coating that offers good protection to the car’s surface. The nano-coating can protect the car from most scratches, dirt and chemical contaminants. Ceramic coating also doesn’t have any side-effects to the original paint. A simple swipe with a clean cloth brings the car back to its radiant finish.
Liquid ceramic 9H is a Permanent Nano-Ceramic Coating that features a High Gloss finish, unmatched Super Hydrophobic SelfCleaning Effect, 9h Scratch Resistance, Chemical Resistance, UV Protection, Thermal Resistance, Anti-corrosion, and Anti-Graffiti effects.
Once applied to the surface this coating drastically reduces maintenance and makes traditional off the shelf products obsolete.
- Protect your car finish from aging, weathering and erosion, sunshine, sour powder, etc.
- Create a barrier nano-coat against scratches and keep your car shine like new.
- Car liquid ceramic coat
- Material: Polysiloxane and other Nano materials etc.
- Hardness: 9H hardness
- Durability: 3-5 years
- Coating Thickness: about 30um
- Gloss: shiny as a mirror with excellent high gloss
- Anti-corrosion: PH tolerance: PH2-12
- Heat Resistance: Up to 760 degree
- Bottle volume: 30ML
- Quantity: 1 Set
- 1 x car liquid ceramic coat
- 1 x Sponge
- 1x Packing box
- 1x towels
How to Apply Ceramic Coatings?
STEP 1: Rinse Paint & Wash
Use pressure washer to rinse paint and foam canon wash. Use a Safe Wash Method 2 bucket system with one bucket to wash and one to rinse vehicle. Work top of vehicle to bottom as lower panels often have the most dirt.
STEP 2: Chemical Decontamination
Use bug and tar remover and iron filings product to remove harmful iron deposits, which go on clear and change color to let you know the product can be rinsed off the vehicle.
STEP 3: Second Decontamination Phase
Use a clay bar and clay bar lubricant to pick up remaining contaminants embedded in clear coat. Go left to right and up and down panel by panel to remove contaminants.
STEP 4: Polishing
Before you apply a ceramic coating, you want to make sure the paint of your vehicle is as perfect as possible as they are semi-permanent coatings and seal any defects left on the surface. With a dual action orbital buffer, use a polishing finish to remove swirls and light scratches, and it will give your finish a nice gloss. For deep scratches and swirl marks, machine compound polishing is best suitable.
STEP 5: IPA Wipe
Spray a isopropyl alcohol mix on the surface and wipe with a microfiber towel to remove any residual polishing oils. This will ensure a proper bonding of the ceramic coating.
STEP 6: Ceramic Coating Application
Take foam block and wrap your micro-suede applicator around it. Shake your ceramic coating bottle well. Then, make a line of the ceramic coating product on the micro-suede applicator. Work in 2×2 sections. Apply left to right and up and down to apply the ceramic coating. Don’t let it dry for too long. After 20-30 seconds the product will flash and it will be ready to be removed with a high quality microfiber cloth. Use low pile 300-360 GSM. After buffing the car, throw away microfiber towel as the silica dioxide will dry up and marr the paint if used again.
Allow the product to cure on the paint for 12-24 hours without any contact to water leaving the vehicle parked in a garage.
Tips for Applying Ceramic Paint Coatings
- If you’re using a spray coating, be mindful of windows and adjacent panels. Don’t let overspray dry.
- If you’re using a spray coating, be sure to clear the nozzle when you’re finished or it might dry shut.
- Less is more. If you wipe on too thick of a coat you’ll be more prone to high spots that are harder to buff away.
- Apply coatings in a place with ventilation. Most coatings put off strong fumes.
- Consider wrapping your foam applicator in a layer of suede. The coating will apply easier and not soak into the applicator (less waste).
When Should You Not Apply a Ceramic Paint Coating?
It’s not advisable to put coatings over new paint. New paint, even the water based paints used today, still have solvents and other gasses that escape while the paint cures. Consult your painter for how long they recommend you wait until coating your new paint.
As for new cars, it’s safe to put a coating on a new car. Factory paint is cured/baked during assembly so it’s ready to rip by the time you get your car.