Does ceramic coating make your car’s paint more resistant to fading?

Ceramic coating is a popular choice for preserving and protecting a vehicle’s paint job. Not only does it add depth and shine, but it also protects against abrasions and other damage that can occur from everyday contaminants such as bird droppings, road salt, and non-silicone brake fluid. A ceramic coating also protects the clear coat from damage caused by miscellaneous road debris such as loose pebbles and sharp rocks, or by third-party scratches from automated or manual car wash brushes. 

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Moreover, ceramic coating acts as an effective sunscreen for your vehicle, shielding it from harmful UV rays that can cause fading and oxidation over time. This is especially important for darker-colored vehicles, which are more susceptible to color fading and oxidation than lighter colored cars. 

One of the biggest benefits of a ceramic coating is that it provides your car with a hydrophobic surface, meaning that water-based dirt and grime will have a hard time sticking to it. This means that you can go longer without washing your car — though we still recommend doing so regularly to keep your car looking its best. Moreover, when you do decide to wash your car, the water-based dirt and grime will simply bead up on the surface and roll right off, making it much easier and faster to clean than an uncoated car. 

Another big benefit of a ceramic coating is that it makes your car’s paint much more resistant to etching and staining. Acidic contaminants such as bird droppings, road salt, or even certain types of cleaners can cause serious damage to your vehicle’s paint if left to sit for too long. Having a ceramic coating on your vehicle will help to reduce the amount of time that these contaminants are exposed to your car’s paint, and this can dramatically increase the lifespan of your paint. 

Not all ceramic coatings are created equal, however. There are both professional-grade and DIY consumer products available, and the quality of these varies significantly. In the DIY ceramic coating market, it’s important to find a high-quality product that comes with detailed application instructions and superior customer service. This will ensure that your ceramic coating is applied correctly, and that it can be maintained at a DIY level for as long as possible. 

A professional-grade ceramic coating is typically more expensive than a DIY product, but it can be more cost-effective in the long run due to its durability and longevity. Professional-grade ceramic coatings can last up to two years or more, which means that they will provide you with long-term protection against the elements — and the damage that comes along with it. The process of getting a ceramic coating on your car involves cleaning and preparing the exterior, as well as correcting any scratches or swirl marks that may be present. Then, the product is applied and allowed to cure for a period of time, before being inspected and polished off. This results in a more durable, smoother, and shiny finish that will turn heads on the street.