Thread: Ceramic Coating
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      05-22-2019, 08:49 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by OneExtra View Post
To do a ceramic coating properly the car should be machine polished first to make sure the paint is 100%

Putting a ceramic coat on otherwise is stupid unless the paint is totally swirl free.

In the UK you are looking in the region of 700 for a full correction detail and quality ceramic coat such as Gyeon Duraflex.

Some coatings are guaranteed for 5 years and some for only 1 or 2 years so make sure you get the right one.

I had this one

http://gyeonquartz.com/product/duraflex/
I've been reading quite a bit about it and looks like many products claim to last for 5 years and some even as permanent, but typically they don't last for more than a year or two. Water beading may continue but the wax effect may not last for many years. As I mentioned on my post, I am getting the paint correction first (2 day job) so hopefully any and all swirl marks will be gone (it's Sapphire Black color). Thanks for sharing the link mate.
OneExtra754.50