Technically, yes, a ceramic tile will seep into scratches and swirl marks that have damaged the clear coating. The quartz particles found in ceramic coatings are so small that they adhere to the inside of the scratch, not fill and repair it like a cutting compound or polish. Ceramic coatingsadhere at a nanometre level chemically to the surface of your car, not topically, so your original paint and the coating itself become one unit. If you wish to correct paint damage, the vehicle must first undergo a polishing process before considering the application of a protective coating.
Most car owners apply a nano-ceramic coating on their vehicles to protect the paintwork against bad weather, debris, chemicals, etc. When choosing the right type of ceramic coating for your car, you should consult a professional to make sure you are getting the best possible type of coating to suit your vehicle's needs. There is a big difference between actually repairing the paintwork and simply protecting it, and ceramic coating is intended for the latter. There is a misconception that applying a ceramic coating to a deteriorated paintwork is a quick and reliable solution.
This applies to all types of tile products on the market, even those that say "professional grade" on their packaging. To know how to prevent paint swirl marks from forming, you need to know what causes them in the first place. Let's talk about what a ceramic coating actually does on your car, its benefits and what you should do before you use it. While it is true that ceramic coating is scratch-resistant but not scratch-proof, applying it to your paintwork still offers many advantages and reduces the risk of swirl marks.
This is the rallying point for tile manufacturers, who claim that if your paint has chipped or cracked, simply spraying a coat over it will solve the problem. However, what car owners and detailers need to be aware of is that tile does not improve the paint itself. We'll also talk about why it's important to fix damaged paint first (whether it's spider webs, swirl marks or scuffs) before using any sealant, wax, DIY coating or professional coating. Through a process called "levelling", scratches are filled with residue after the clear coat is removed.