Generally, the main difference between a professional or DIY grade ceramiccoating is the control of the many variables that affect the end result, and the quality of the product to protect the vehicle's paintwork. While having an ultra-slick finish is great, the main reason people invest in ceramic coatings is to provide protection against light scratches, UV exposure, road grime, bird droppings, insect splashes, and more. This is where a ceramic coating product's protection against UV rays, swirl marks and other minor imperfections in the car's paintwork comes into play. In other words, ceramic coatings will not damage your vehicle's envelope, but will enhance it as described above.
In addition, when applied to windows, ceramic coatings reinforce the glass, resulting in fewer cracks and breaks. From Teflon infused coatings that provide a super hydrophobic surface with limited protection to professionally applied nano Ceramic Pro 9H coatings. With all this said, choosing a DIY ceramic coating is a risky proposition, and should involve a great deal of careful research and consideration of multiple variables. These products are primarily intended to replicate many of the attributes that a genuine 9H ceramic tile will produce.
Like Teflon sprays, the primary objective of the ceramic coating booster spray is to improve the hydrophobic properties of the car's factory paint. When you make the proactive decision to have a professional car showroom install ceramic car coating, you will have the opportunity to purchase one based on your individual wants, needs and budget. Some of the most popular blends are those that are infused with Teflon - which - is defined as a ceramic substance. This coating is a nano-ceramic liquid that fills all the microscopic voids, cracks and imperfections in the surface to which it is applied.
So what are the different types of coatings out there, are they better than traditional wax, what is unique about them and who are they suitable for? This is what we will explore today.