Executive Auto Care specializes in ceramic coatings for vehicles
A ceramic coating is a type of multi-layer, clear coating. It is a liquid, nano-coating, to be more precise. If you want your vehicle to look stunning and ensure the perfect shine and finish, you want to talk to our highly skilled professionals about how ceramic coating may work for your surfaces.
What Does Ceramic Coating Do?
When applied, ceramic coating transforms on the surface of the vehicle. It becomes a permanent and highly durable shield over the surface of the paint. It is flexible and can handle the expansion and contraction of the heat.
Ceramic coating is like an additional clear coat that is placed on top of your vehicle’s paint. It is three times as hard as other products. This makes it superior in terms of maintaining its shine and ensuring an easy way to keep your vehicle clean, thanks to the self-cleaning properties it features. For comparison, when a normal clear coat is placed on the surface of the vehicle, this creates a hardness of between 2H and 4H. When the ceramic coating is applied, this creates a hardness above 9H. This works to prevent scratches on the clear coat. Your original factory paint is protected long-term.
Why Invest in Ceramic Coating?
If you are unsure if ceramic coating is the right option for you, let our team provide a consultation to discuss the benefits. Generally speaking, the best benefit is protecting the value of your car by minimizing the risk that the manufacturer-applied clearcoat suffers damage from scratches. It is much harder for this ceramic coating to suffer damage, which means the paint under it remains protected.
We are R1 platinum certified ceramic coating installers, which means we can ensure professional strength protection that lasts five years. Our products are made in the USA. Most major brands of ceramic coating are made in Asia and Europe. They contain harmful chemicals that have been known to cause central nervous damage, and require PPE to install them. Our R1 coating contains no harmful chemicals and it outperforms. Not only does your vehicle become hydrophobic, but it dries to a 9H hardness level – keep in mind diamonds are 10H!
That means that environmental contaminants, such as bird droppings, dirt, tar from roadways, or other surfaces, don’t damage the paint. It is also heat resistant up to 1800 degrees, which helps minimize the risk of UV rays damaging your paint.
If maintained properly, this can be a one-time application. The key is ensuring that a professional with ample skill handles that. Ask us about our ceramic coating service to get started.