We get it. You want your car to look lovely all the time and you are open to trying anything that’s effective and permanent.
You have tried all the basic stuff like daily washing and monthly waxing to get rid of those scratches, stain marks, dirt, grime etc.
And yet they come back the following day with the additional swirl marks from all the washing.
Introducing 3M™ Ceramic Coating:
Excellent water beading effect providing a just polished look that is durable in a variety of environmental conditions.
Slick surface finish makes for easy cleaning of dirt, bugs & bird droppings.
Hydrophobic water beading effect carries away surface dust and dirt as water quickly sheds from the vehicle.
3M™ Ceramic Coating is durable in a variety of environmental conditions and won’t break down like other types of traditional waxes.
3M™ Ceramic Coating is a proprietary paint coating treatment for vehicles which is professionally applied to provide enhanced depth and luster to an automotive finish as well as a slick surface for easy maintenance. Maximum water beading effect provides a just polished look that is durable in a variety of conditions for up to five years with proper care & maintenance.
3M™ Ceramic Coating helps provide maximum water beading effect that is durable in a variety of conditions for up to five years with proper care & maintenance.
Waxing & Polishing
Ever wonder what the difference is between car wax and car polish?
What Is Car Polish?
Car polish is a mildly abrasive liquid compound designed to clean, smooth and enhance the sheen of automobile paint. Over time, the paint and clear coat on your car develops small scratches, marks and microscopic roughness from oxidation. This makes the once-shiny paint look dull, old and unattractive.
Best applied by a power polisher (also called an orbital buffer), car polish comes in a bottle designed to dispense onto the polishers’ foam application pad. Then it’s gently massaged over the car’s paint, smoothing the imperfections and restoring the factory sheen.
What Is Car Wax?
Like polish, properly applied car wax improves the appearance of vehicle paint. Unlike polish, wax also offers protection. Available in firm paste and liquid, natural and synthetic, all car wax is applied in basically the same way. Rub it onto the vehicle in a thin layer, allow it to dry, then buff off the excess. Buffing can be done either by hand or with a power buffer.
If applied properly, wax not only makes the vehicle extra shiny, but forms a protective layer that lasts anywhere from a few weeks to a few months, depending on the product.
When to Use Car Polish vs. Car Wax?
Car polish and car wax are both essential parts of proper auto detailing. A polishing job won’t look great for long if it’s not protected by wax, and wax won’t bring out nearly the same sheen if applied on unpolished car paint.