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What is a Ceramic Coating?

One of the simplest ways to describe a ceramic coating is to think about your vehicles surface. Your vehicle has several layers of paint on it. A ceramic coating is a sacrificial layer of protection over your vehicles finish.

Unitizing nanotechnology, ceramic coatings create a bond to your vehicles clear-coat. This clear layer is naked to the eye, but don’t let that fool you. This clear layer of protection will not wash away from cleaning or rain, nor will it break down fast like a traditional waxes or sealants. In fact, they last years!

Water instantly repels away encapsulating dirt, making your vehicle easier to clean. This hydrophobic effect will give your vehicle great self-cleaning ability. The hydrophobic properties of ceramic coating is the first benefit that draws attention to the end user. While the self-cleaning benefit is great, there are even better benefits of a Ceramic Coating.

Ceramic Coatings prevent oxidation from UV damage, aide in damage prevention from bird droppings and bug splatter and eliminate the need to wax your vehicle. A Ceramic Coating will also make your vehicle less prone to scratching. The hardened surface of a Ceramic Coating is much harder than your vehicles factory clear coat.

Ceramic Coating also adds a higher level of gloss and shine to your vehicles paint.

3 Coating Options

2-year protection

starting at $599

4-year protection

starting at $899

Lifetime permanent protection

starting at $1599

Glass Coating

starting at $150

Glass Pro Coating is designed to chemically bond to silica based surfaces to form a hydrophobic film that provides long term protection to glass and other silica based surfaces. Opti-Glass Pro promotes safety by increasing visibility during inclement weather driving. additionally, it will increase chip resistance, scratch and mar resistance and protect from water staining.

Interior Coating Services

 starting at $599

Fabric Interior Coating Package

Opti-Guard is a series of coatings to provide superior protection and durability for all interior surfaces including leather, vinyl, and fabric materials.
Superhydrophobic, Long-term Protection
Opti-Guard Fabric creates a superhydrophobic coating to protect fabric seats, carpets, fabric convertible tops and other textile surfaces. When liquids come in contact with Opti-Guard Fabric, the surface repels the substance and liquids roll off without penetrating or staining the material.
Opti-Guard Fabric forms a strong bond with the fibers to prevent removal during cleaning. When combined with Optimum Fabric Cleaner & Protectant, the Opti-Guard system provides permanent protection for these surfaces.

How Does it Work?

Opti-Guard Fabric forms a strong bond with the fibers to prevent removal during cleaning. This bond between the substrate and the coating creates a surface that produces a very high contact angle when in contact with liquids. Due to this extremely high contact angle, liquids are unable to attach or penetrate the fibers and are repelled in droplets. When combined with Optimum Fabric Cleaner & Protectant, the Opti-Guard system provides permanent protection for these surfaces.

Leather Interior Coating Package

Opti-Guard Leather creates a hydrophobic coating to protect coated leather and vinyl surfaces from premature aging, cracking and other damage such as color transfer and staining. Opti-Guard Leather is manufactured using a hybrid ceramic and acrylic resins that allows a strong, flexible coating for these softer surfaces with complete protection from UV damage.
Opti-Guard Leather is resistant to chemicals providing multi-year protection which is unheard of for leather coatings. It contains special matting agents to maintain the original factory appearance of the surfaces it is applied to. Apply Opti-Guard Leather to leather seats, vinyl dashboards, leather and vinyl trim pieces for complete protection inside and out. Opti-Guard Leather should not be used on Tanned Leather surfaces.

How Does it Work?

Opti-Guard Leather & Vinyl is applied liberally to the surface and left to be absorbed by the substrate. The resin penetrates the surface to produce a permanent bond within the material. This is particularly important for leather seats that are subjected to constant wear and abrasion. As the coating soaks deep within the leather, it is resistant to be removed through normal use.

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