Waxing has now become a thing of the past. If you're looking for a way to keep your vehicle's paint protected against oxidation, rain spots, fading, UV damage and environmental contaminants then Ceramic Coating is the perfect solution for you and your vehicle.
Ceramic Coating is a chemical polymer solution that is professionally applied to the exterior or even the interior of a vehicle to protect it from external paint damage. Once applied it forms a hydrophobic layer of protection giving it an extra layer of protection to your vehicle's paint. It's an excellent way to prevent dirt, grime, swirl marks and stains from ruining the clear coat on your vehicle. If you park your vehicle outside then the sun is constantly assaulting your vehicle's paint job; making it look dull and fading the colors. Ceramic Coating will not wash off due to the rain or washing the way waxing does over time. Here at Evening Shade Inc. we use SystemX's Max 10 Year Product that can coat the outside of your vehicle, the interior of your vehicle, the glass on your vehicle, and even your rims and tires. When you Ceramic Coat your vehicle it makes it so much easier to wash your vehicle and take care of your vehicle's paint job. The coating repels the water and any water-based dirt and grime will bead up on the surface and eventually slide right off.
Another great feature of Ceramic Coating is that it gives your vehicle a glossy look bringing out the best of the original paint job. Ceramic Coating has so many great benefits and even brings more value to your vehicle. If your vehicle already has some paint issues we can evaluate it and see if paint correction can help get rid of those issues. Give us a call or come by for a vehicle consultation today.
Benefits Of Ceramic Coating:
- Hydrophobic Water Repelling
- Added Clear Coat Hardness
- Increased Depth of Gloss
- Rain Spots
- Easier Maintenance & Fewer Car Washes
- Stays Cleaner Longer
- Ceramic Coating Can Last For Years
- Gives You Great Protection Against Environmental Contaminants, UV Damage, Fading and Light Scratches