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Keep your ride looking pristine with our protective coating packages

Unlike waxes (organic) and sealants (synthetic) that only provide exterior protection for your vehicle for only a couple of months, protective coatings, also known as nano-ceramic coating, graphene, teflon,is a silica-based polymer that provides matchless protection to your car for years.

The beauty of your car's surface is threatened daily when you drive through your usual routes and even when you take it to a local car wash. Protective coatings take away all the worries about what might ruin your car's paint as you drive or wash your car.

Coating Packages

Level 1 Paint Correction

  • Foam Bath / Hand Wash

  • Hand Washing of Wheels and Tires

  • Decontaminating Paint to Remove

  • Minor Bugs/ Tar/Grime

  • Fallout Remover

  • Decontaminating Remaining 

  • Impurities With Clay-Bar

  • Application of No-sling Tire Dressing 

  • 1 step (or stage) polishing 

  • Single application of protective coating

  • Exterior vinyl and plastics coated

  • Headlights and taillights coated

  • Reporting to CARFAX

  • See Detailer For Warranty


Follow up Care 

● For best results, use a pH neutral soap to clean vehicle every two–four weeks minimum
● Avoid washing, air drying in direct sunlight to avoid water spots or streaking (or use DI water)
● Wash from the top down, leaving the dirtiest sections for last to avoid cross contamination
● Preferred wash methods: Hand wash or touchless car wash
● Do NOT WASH for minimum of 7 days after installation.
● Always completely dry your coated surface to prevent water spots or mineral deposits
● Use a clean, quality, soft drying towel on coated surfaces to reduce the risk of marring
● Do not allow coated surface to “air dry” – forced air/dryers/blowers are helpful
● Do not polish/scrub/aggressively agitate your coated surfaces
● Do not use unapproved/aggressive products/chemicals to attempt to remove contamination
● Bird droppings, tar, sap, bugs, etc should be removed from the coated surface as soon as possible
● Temporary staining may occur from failure to remove contamination; it will wash away over time
● Contact the installer for assistance or guidance with removal of contamination or spots

● Coated surface advises inspection every six (6) to twelve (12) months to maintain your coating. Included in this inspection is a decontamination wash and “checkup” on the coatings’ condition, as well as answering any questions you may have.
● Avoid the use of “wash and wax” or similar type products on your coated surface. They may leave a haze or streaking on top of the coating
● Avoid waxing or sealing the coated surface except with approved, coating-friendly products such as Ceramic+, Ceramic Detailer, or similar – available from your installer
● Do not use drive-thru car washes such as Patriots, dealerships, gas station car washes, or any other location that sees contact made with brushes, spinners, mitts, rags, or any other contaminated media

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