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What is a Ceramic Coating?

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Ceramic coating is a revolutionary protective layer that is applied to the exterior of vehicles to enhance their appearance and durability. Made from ceramic nanoparticles, this coating creates a strong, transparent layer that bonds with the paint surface, providing protection against scratches, UV rays, dirt, and other environmental contaminants. 


Not only does a ceramic coating offer superior protection compared to traditional wax or sealants, but it also provides a long-lasting and glossy finish that can make your vehicle look like new. The hydrophobic properties of ceramic coatings repel water and dirt, making it easier to clean and maintain the vehicle's appearance.


In addition to its protective benefits, ceramic coating can also enhance the color and depth of the vehicle's paint, giving it a stunning and showroom-quality shine. With proper application and maintenance, a ceramic coating can last for several years, offering a cost-effective solution for preserving the beauty and value of your vehicle.


Started with a seed, (thoughts of starting a business)

Sewing together decisions (Perfection with patience)

Poking and cutting (Pain, tears and overcoming fears)

The love and passion I have for car detailing is a testament to one's reverence for automotive excellence and the pursuit of visual and tactile perfection. It's an art of craft where every swirl mark, scratch, water spots, oxidation. and imperfection is corrected with a highly detailed eye. I have tried many different ceramic coatings. I have finally pick System X for my choose of ceramic protection. I am certified to be able to install this amazing protection to your vehicle.

Ceramic coatings are a type of protective coating typically applied to the exterior of vehicles to protect the paint from damage and enhance its appearance. The science behind ceramic coatings involves the use of nanotechnology and the unique properties of ceramic materials. Here are some key points about the science behind ceramic coatings:


1. Ceramic nanoparticles: Ceramic coatings contain nanoparticles, which are extremely small particles typically ranging from 1 to 100 nanometers in size. These nanoparticles are usually made of materials such as silicon dioxide (SiO2), titanium dioxide (TiO2), or other ceramics.


2. Hydrophobic properties: Ceramic coatings are known for their hydrophobic properties, which means they repel water and prevent contaminants from bonding to the surface. This is achieved through the structure of the nanoparticles and their ability to create a slick, smooth surface.


3. Chemical bonding: When applied to a surface, ceramic coatings chemically bond with the substrate, forming a strong and durable protective layer. This bonding process helps the coating adhere to the surface and provides long-lasting protection.


4. Scratch resistance: Ceramic coatings offer excellent scratch resistance due to their hardness and durability. The ceramic nanoparticles form a hard shell that can help protect the underlying paint from minor scratches and swirl marks.


5. UV protection: Ceramic coatings provide UV protection, helping to prevent the sun's harmful rays from damaging the paint and causing it to fade over time. This can help maintain the appearance of the vehicle's paint for longer.


6. Thermal resistance: Ceramic coatings can also provide some level of thermal resistance, helping to protect the paint from heat and temperature fluctuations. This can be particularly beneficial in hot climates where the sun's rays can cause paint damage.


Overall, the science behind ceramic coatings involves the use of nanotechnology to create a protective layer that offers a range of benefits, including hydrophobic properties, scratch resistance, UV protection, and thermal resistance. When applied correctly, ceramic coatings can help keep a vehicle looking its best and protect the paint from various environmental factors.

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The benefits of a ceramic coating

Investing in a ceramic coating for your vehicle can provide a wide range of benefits that go beyond just aesthetics. Firstly, a ceramic coating offers exceptional protection against scratches, swirl marks, and other minor damages that can occur during daily driving. This durable layer acts as a barrier between the vehicle's paint and the elements, helping to maintain the pristine condition of the paintwork.


Moreover, ceramic coatings are highly resistant to UV rays, oxidation, and chemical stains, ensuring that your vehicle's paint remains vibrant and glossy for an extended period. The hydrophobic properties of ceramic coatings repel water and dirt, making it easier to clean and maintain the vehicle's appearance.


Additionally, the enhanced shine and depth provided by a ceramic coating can give your vehicle a luxurious and showroom-quality finish that is sure to turn heads. By preserving the vehicle's paint and reducing the need for frequent detailing, a ceramic coating can save you time and money in the long run.


Overall, getting a ceramic coating for your vehicle is a smart investment that can enhance its appearance, protect its paintwork, and simplify maintenance, ensuring that your vehicle looks its best for years to come.

"Why should I buy this for my vehicle?"
Please read carefully

Stage 1

Detailed Cleaning:

Vehicle will get a deep clean including tires being scrub down, rims being soaked while using multiple tools for detailing purposes like Lugnuts, brake calibers, and tire valve stem. Wheel wells will be scrub, power washed and protected.

Vehicle will be pre-rinsed and foam down for a couple minutes. Using highly quality techniques to wash the vehicle starting from top to bottom. Rubbers, plastics will be scrub down, and windshield wipers will be included!

All door jambs and trunk jambs

Stage 2

  Enhanced Cleaning

Clay bar: 

Remove embedded contaminants such as tar, tree sap, industrial fallout, over spray, and other pollutants from the paint surface. These steps are important because it helps the ceramic coating adhere to the vehicle's surfaces.



Driving on busy roads can be heavily contaminated, back country roads with farm vehicles, construction sites, gravel roads, highway roads, crossing railroad tracks or waiting for a train to pass. little iron particles that are flying in the air while hot embed themselves into your vehicles paint. These steps are important because it helps the ceramic coating adhere to the vehicle's surfaces. 

Bug Removal: 

There are so many different bugs and what they eat can very. The splatters leave behind acidic substances and enzymes that etch into the paint if not removed. This can lead to discoloration, stains, and even paint corrosion. If vehicle is out in the sun this will speed up the damage process due to the heat of the sun. If you are not using the right tools, products or techniques you have a high chance of scratching your vehicle. The heat will begin to bake the remains. If your vehicle is a daily driver, it is highly recommended to wash your vehicle once or twice a week. Providing a ceramic coating will absolutely help prevent such damage. 

Bird Waste Removal: 

Bird droppings contain uric acid, which is HIGHLY corrosive and can quickly damage your paint. The uric acid will eat away at your paint, can cause stains, discoloration, and even corrosion. Bird droppings attracts moisture, which can further exacerbate the damage to the paint and lead to RUST! If you are not using the right tools, products or techniques you have a high chance of scratching your vehicle.

If your vehicle is a daily driver, it is highly recommended to wash your vehicle once or twice a week. Providing a ceramic coating will absolutely help prevent such damage.

Tar Removal: 

Tar can be problematic for vehicles as it can highly adhere to the paint surfaces and can become difficult to remove. If you are not using the right tools, products or techniques you have a high chance of scratching, swirl marks and even paint chips in your vehicle. Tar is a sticky residue and hardens while bonding to the paint, leading to potential damage. Tar being a sticky residue traps other road debris making it even harder to remove. If you are going to try this yourself, please make sure to use the right chemicals because if using the wrong chemicals it can lead into paint discoloring, fading and even a chemical reaction.

Sphaerobolus Stellatus: 

Commonly known as the cannonball fungus or shotgun fungus. This is a unique fungus that can be difficult to remove stubborn stains and a sticky residue. This fungus releases spores containing cannonballs with a sudden burst of pressure, which can propel them sticking onto objects such as cars, building, and outdoor structures. If you will attempt to remove this yourself, please be careful. If you are not using the right tools, products or techniques you have a high chance of scratching your vehicle.

Pollen Removal: 

Pollen can cause several effects on your vehicle, as well as your health, such as clogging your air filters, and worsening your allergies if you have any. Pollen cannot cause quick damage to the vehicles paint, but if accumulated for extended period of time, it can slowly start to cause damage. 

Tree Sap Removal: 

The paint can be damaged in several types of ways. Tree sap contains natural acids and sugar's that can be corrosive to the paint, especially when exposed to the sunlight and hot temperatures! What will happen to my paint if not removed? The tree sap will harden while baking into the paint causing staining, etching, and even discoloration of your vehicles paint. Tree sap can be difficult to remove and if not removed properly you can chip the paint or scratch it. 

Stage 3

  Fixing Imperfections


If you have a lot of scratches, this will definitely take away the shine of your vehicle. I will be doing a procedure, cutting/filing away clear coat to bring back the shine. Think about it as a woman filing down their nails to match the level of balance all away around or think about it as peaks and valleys on an overview of the mountains, doesn't that look rough and jagged? okay, now think about an open flat field with bright green grass, flowers, and strong healthy trees, doesn't that look healthier? Matching the depth of the scratch to match the level of the clear coat, giving the vehicle a balanced smooth surface, bring back the potential of the vehicles shine. The different type of scratches can range from a scrape to a gash, and if the scratch is catching your fingernail more than likely the scratch is too deep and will need another alternative. How to deal with scratches? Removing scratches are most likely required by a professional. Things like using a rotary, wet sanding, paint touch ups, and polishing. Using high end dedicated products, tools and experience with techniques is highly recommended. Every automatic car wash will put scratches in your vehicles of if you do not wash it properly. Try not to park close when going to stores and if you have kids, discipline is your number one factor. 

Water spots: 

What are water spots, how do we get them and what does it do to my vehicle? 

Water spots are blemishes that appear on the surfaces of vehicles, glass, metal, and other materials, typically after water has evaporated and left behind a residue. These spots are often the result of minerals and other impurities in the water, such as calcium, magnesium, and various metal ions. The appearance of water spots can range from light, cloudy discolorations to more noticeable, chalky deposits giving your vehicle an unpleasant appearance.

The growth of water spots

1. Regular Water Spots (Type I)

   These occur when water evaporates and leaves behind minerals on the surface. They are usually the easiest to remove.


2. Bonded Mineral Water Spots (Type II)

   If regular water spots are not cleaned off quickly, they can bond to the surface, particularly under the heat of the sun. These spots require more effort to remove and can sometimes be mistaken for etching.


3. Etched Water Spots (Type III)

   When water spots remain on the surface for an extended period, especially in direct sunlight, the minerals can corrode or etch into the surface's finish. This can cause permanent damage that may require professional repair like polishing or, in severe cases, wet sanding.

Causes of Water Spots:


-Hard Water: The most common cause of water spots is hard water, which is water that contains a high concentration of minerals.

-Rainwater: Rain can pick up airborne pollutants and contaminants that can leave behind deposits after the water evaporates.

-Washing: Using tap water (which may be hard) to wash a vehicle and not properly drying it afterward can result in water spots.

-Environmental Factors: Sprinkler systems, hoses, and even runoff from buildings can lead to the formation of water spots.


Oxidation on a vehicle generally refers to a chemical reaction that occurs when the materials that make up the vehicle, particularly the metal parts, react with oxygen. This reaction can lead to corrosion and rust, which are common forms of oxidation damage seen in vehicles.


In the context of automotive paint and bodywork, oxidation can also refer to the degradation of the paint due to prolonged exposure to sunlight, air, and other environmental factors. This can cause the paint to fade, become dull, and lose its glossiness. When the paint's protective layers break down, the underlying metal is more susceptible to rust and corrosion.


For vehicle maintenance, it's important to protect the car from oxidation by:


1. Regular washing and drying to remove contaminants that can damage the paint and lead to oxidation.

2. Applying wax or sealants to create a protective barrier over the paint.

3. Parking the vehicle in shaded areas or using a car cover to protect it from UV rays.

4. Promptly addressing any paint chips or scratches to prevent moisture from reaching the metal underneath and starting the oxidation process.


If oxidation has already occurred, there are various treatments and methods available, such as polishing or buffing the paint to remove the oxidized layer, or in more severe cases, repainting the vehicle. For rust and corrosion on the metal parts, it may be necessary to remove the rusted parts, treat the area with a rust-inhibitor, and possibly replace affected components.

Stage 4


Ceramic Coating: 

1 layer of ceramic coating will be applied and if you wish to add an additional layer pricing varies.

Wheels, all glass, door jambs, trunk jambs, plastic trim, and fabric wheel wells are all ceramic coated in any type of package that you choose from. Ceramic coating, also known as nano-ceramic coating, is a liquid polymer that is applied to the exterior of a vehicle to protect its paint from damage, enhance its appearance, and make it easier to clean. It forms a strong chemical bond with the paint and creates a semi-permanent or permanent layer that acts as a barrier against environmental contaminants such as dirt, grime, bird droppings, UV rays, and chemicals.


Ceramic coatings are known for their durability and longevity compared to traditional wax or sealant products. They provide excellent hydrophobic properties, meaning they repel water and prevent contaminants from bonding to the surface of the vehicle. This makes the car easier to clean and maintain over time.


It's important to note that while ceramic coatings offer significant benefits, they don't make a vehicle completely impervious to damage. Proper maintenance, regular washing, and care are still necessary to preserve the coating and protect the vehicle's paint in the long run.


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Level 1 Ceramic Coating
What is included
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage 4

2-3 year protection
Small $600
Medium $700
Large $800 

Level 2 Ceramic Coating
What is included
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage 4

6 year protection
Small $1,000
Medium $1,200
Large $1,400

6 year warranty 

Level 3 Ceramic Coating
What is included
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage 4

10 year protection
Small $1,500
Medium $1,700
Lage $1,900

lifetime warranty

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