Video- Benefits of a Nanoceramic Coating

What Are the Benefits of a Nanoceramic Coating?

Applying a coating like Ceramic Pro is a proactive way to protect your vehicle from harmful agents that can damage it, lead to oxidation, corrosion, and eventually the development of rust. Once it’s cured, it provides multiple benefits including the following.

Blocks Chemical Stains

Chemical Stains are both unsightly and quite difficult to remove from a paint surface. With the addition of a nano ceramic coating, your car adds defense against most common chemical stains that otherwise stain unprotected surfaces.

In the event a strong chemical meets a protective coated surface, the coating blocks it in its tracks. This resistant technology helps alleviate costly paint correction procedures and enables otherwise harmful chemicals from penetrating into the clear coat and damaging the beautiful paint that lies underneath the protected surface.

Reduces UV Damage & Oxidation

Preventing UV damage and premature oxidation are ceramic coatings bread and butter. These coatings are specifically formatted to reflect ultraviolet rays and enable the coats to both look better and stay better protected from the harsh rays of the sun.

UV damage typically occurs because of lack of maintenance or upkeep especially in coastal areas that have high salinity in the air. The salt, sun and humidity all contribute to harmful damage over time. However, with the addition of ceramic coatings, the coat acts as an invisible shield between contaminants penetrating to the clear coat.

Improves Cleaning Ability

If you’ve spent long hours meticulously cleaning your Tesla, raise your hand. The ritual of car care is truly an appreciated task that’s embraced by passionate car enthusiasts everyday across the globe. But there comes a time when this process becomes tedious and time-consuming – even if you’ve got a PPF or clear bra installed on your Tesla.

Having a certified Ceramic Pro shop apply a professional ceramic coating on the outside and inside of your Tesla it adds the super hydrophobic effect. This helps to reduce dirt and debris sticking, which reduced cleaning times.

Amplifies Paint Shine

Tesla paint isn’t known for being top-shelf. The application of Ceramic Pro 9H helps to provide added depth to the vehicle’s paint surface. It’s a common myth that ceramic coatings add gloss – but that’s not entirely accurate. It provides added depth – so, a gloss finish appears ‘glossier’ while a matte finish common with several Tesla’s appears ‘more matte’.

The thin layer of transparent glass created by the hardening of Ceramic Pro not only blocks damaging contaminants and amazing resistance to light scratches, but it also amplifies the luster of what’s underneath. This is a major reason why polishing, clay bar treatment, and prep work is required prior to application.

Warranties Documented on CARFAX Vehicle History Report

In 2018, Ceramic Pro collaborated with CARFAX to create the Appearance Protection Reporting service – which documented a Ceramic Pro 9H or KAVACA Paint Protection Film installations based on the package purchased. The service is attached to the vehicle’s VIN – which stays with the CARFAX report through the Telsa’s lifecycle.

At Ceramic Pro, all the ceramic packages are backed by a warranty of at least six months (for introductory packages) all the way to lifetime warranties for Gold packages. This level of confidence in the product exemplifies the difference in protective capabilities over long periods of time. It also improves your Tesla’s resale value – as the warranties are passed along to the new owner.

The CARFAX report will also help you when it’s time for a trade-in.

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