Ceramic coating in car detailing refers to the application of a liquid polymer on the surface of a vehicle that hardens to form a permanent, protective layer. The process typically involves the following steps:
Preparation: The surface of the car is thoroughly cleaned to remove dirt, grime, and contaminants that would interfere with the bonding of the coating.
Application: The ceramic coating is applied using a spray bottle or a paint roller. It is usually applied in thin, even coats, with each coat allowed to dry before the next one is applied.
Curing: After the final coat is applied, the coating is allowed to cure, or harden, for several hours or overnight. The curing process can be accelerated with the use of a curing lamp or a heat source.
Inspection: Once the coating has cured, the surface of the car is inspected to ensure that it is free of any defects or imperfections.
Buffing: The final step involves buffing the surface to remove any hazy or cloudy areas, leaving a smooth, glossy finish.
Ceramic coatings provide long-lasting protection against the elements and can help to preserve the appearance and value of a vehicle. They are more durable and resistant to damage than traditional waxes and sealants, and can help to make cleaning and maintaining the vehicle easier.