Here's Why You Should Get Your Car Ceramic Painted
Keeping our car lasting long can be a rigorous task sometimes, but it pays off to be prepared.
22:19 02 January 2020
Making sure we clean out the inside, changing out fluids, replacing filters, and rust proofing our car undersides. One thing people forget is how valuable the cars coating and paint can be to maintain your car. Rust buildup happens all over the car and the elements can really damage this.
Ceramic coating is a good solution for this problem. While it isn’t a one stop fix, it is one of the best options you can use to make sure your car does not wear out from the conditions. Not only is it important to maintain the car’s integrity, but it also pays to maintain a car’s appearance. The aesthetic aspect of our vehicles doesn’t have to suffer just for the sake of maintenance. That is why this list of reasons for getting your car ceramic painted, is useful for both sides of the argument.
So, why should you get your car ceramic painted? Let’s see:
Ceramic coatings on cars can last up to five years. This is significantly higher than wax coatings which last months, and slightly longer than a good paint coating. Paint coatings can last up to three years, but when we consider the lifespan of a car and the beatings it takes, those extra years that ceramic can protect your car’s outer shell is highly valuable. Be aware that the ceramic coating process does take a long process of cleaning off any dirt, debris or noticeable markings. If they are not removed, the coating will leave those imperfections stuck under the coating layer.
Ceramic coating can act as a protective coating and sealing of your car, which is one of the biggest benefits it has. Once those imperfections are cleaned off and the car is ready to be coated, it is well protected from multiple conditions. One of the best protective properties is hydrophobic coating, the protection offered by Ultimate RainCoat that can keep your car’s paint from rusting out. Other protection is scratch resistance, and oxidizing or fading caused by UV rays (sunlight). Important to note that ceramic coating provides improved protection, not outright prevention of wear or tear.
As mentioned earlier, ceramic coating for your vehicle is not just about protection. This is a good method to use for improving the aesthetic value of your car. The looks of your car matter too. You can drive the most sturdy and reliable car out there, but if it looks bad, you aren’t as happy to be seen driving around. Ceramic coating offers the best of both worlds by keeping your car’s paint job looking clean and glossy for a long time. The best way to ensure that your car has that glossy look is to have a thorough cleaning done on the car before the application of the coating. You should also consider getting a fresh coat of paint done before ceramic coating so that the new look is what gets plastered onto your car.
Easier to clean
Ceramic coating is not a one stop solution to keeping your car looking like it was just driven off the lot, but it does help. One such area is in the amount of effort you will need to clean your car, which is much less. Dirt, dust, grime, mud, etc. are all going to exist whether we like it or not, and they will find their way into your car. What changes when you apply a ceramic coating is that the cleaning process for your car will be significantly faster. Sometimes, one of the more rewarding parts of maintaining our car can be washing it, waxing it and keeping it shiny. For others, it’s a hassle when our lives are so busy in other areas. Luckily, ceramic coating reduces how much effort you need to put in. There will always be washing you need to do, but it won’t require something as extensive as a full car wash.
Ceramic coating should be heavily considered when you are thinking about ways to protect your car’s body, and keep its shine and luster. Not only does ceramic coating mean that scratches and dirt will be less commonly found on the paint, but it also means the paint will look nicer too. It is also very cost efficient in the long run, as you will not need to coat your car for some time. The combination of maintaining a glossy finish and providing more protection for your vehicles paint job is an unbeatable pair.