Paint systems on vehicles are one of the most, if not one of the most expensive items on your new car, but easily the most neglected.

The clear coat layer on today’s paint systems were invented to protect the paint underneath for a longer period of time. Waxes and sealants were invented to help protect that clear coat layer from failing.

Waxing or sealing regularly will help protect your paint for an average of 3-6 months depending on the product, and how often you wash and maintain your paint. However, this can end up being very time consuming and costly. Waxes and sealants are only a thin, temporary layer that sits on top of your paint. Even with the best waxes and sealants on the market, it can still leave your paint very susceptible to the harsh elements vehicles face day in and day out.

Ceramic coatings are polymer-based liquids that are installed by hand. These liquids have a chemical reaction and bond with the paint. Ceramic coatings are a hard-wearing layer (9h) that are resistant to UV rays, chemicals, swirls, and water spotting. Ceramic coatings have amazing release properties to sap, tar, and etching from enzymes and acids that can come from bird poop, and bugs.

This will eliminate the need for waxing, polishing and a lot less stress to keep your vehicle in that “show room” condition.

Ceramic coatings are here to save you time, money, and your vehicles paint system from failing before your car does, without having to detail your car every weekend.

Here at OCD we have been authorized installers for Opti-Coat Pro ceramic coatings for over 3 years now. For a few reasons: performance, warranty, customer service, and being the only U.S. manufactured and distributed ceramic coating company. The biggest reason we chose Opti-Coat ceramic coatings over other big name coatings on the market is the science behind the chemicals.

Most ceramic coating companies use a silicone dioxide ceramic coating. (sio2). Opti-Coat Pro is a silicone carbide ceramic coating (siC). The difference from those two chemicals is, siC is a ceramic silica that chemically reacts with your clear coat and permanently becomes part of your paint, sio2 is a ceramic liquid that hardens in a suspended resin that sits on top of your paint. SiC ceramic coatings only need to be applied in one or two layers, one time. SiC ceramic coatings don’t need to be polished or “refreshed” to maintain its life, and warranty.

Sio2 coatings need to be polished and reapplied again and again to maintain their performance and their warranties.
Ceramic coatings are the protection of the future! Protect your investments with a permanent ceramic coating from Opti-Coat for your vehicles.

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