Best Form Of Paint Protection For Your Vehicle

Forms Of Paint Protection

With so many different types of paint protection on the market, which one should I get? Below we broke down each type of paint protection. 


Carnauba Wax

Provides a warm shine that typically lasts 1 to 3 months depending on the weather conditions the vehicle is left in. It can be broken down by detergents. It does not protect against scratches, scuffs and rock chips. It provides minimal protection against chemicals. 

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These are synthetic polymers or resins that provide a protective layer that binds to your car’s painted surface. They are also easily removed by detergents and other chemicals, and last only a few months.

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Ceramic Coatings 

These are man-made materials, also called nano-coatings, but do not apply like sealants or waxes. The layer is thinner yet stronger due to the chemical bond formed with the paint. They last for years and can only be removed through abrasion. They resist UV rays, chemicals, scratches and are super hydrophobic. Not only do they provide excellent protection, they make the vehicle easier to clean since dirt wipes or washes away easily. What makes a ceramic coating so much more effective than any other type of sealant or paint protection product is the molecular bond which provides permanent protection. 

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What Do We Recommend?

We recommend ceramic coating due to its longevity. Many people will get on a spree of waxing or sealing their vehicle then get tired of it and stop. Consistency is key when maintaining your vehicle's appearance. Ceramic coating lasts a long time and offers the best protection. Consistently maintaining your vehicle that is ceramic coated is a lot easier vs. sealing or waxing. Now it is the more expensive option and we do recommend you have something over nothing. Waxing and sealing your vehicle is a lot cheaper, and if you can't afford the ceramic coating route, we do recommend getting a good quality wax or sealant applied. 

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