For how to apply a ceramic coating on your Car/ Motorcycle on your own, the process is indeed quite simple. With the help of new Super ceramic coating DIY kits that are available to consumers, the application process is straightforward. Before the application of nano-coating, you have to make the car/ Motorcycle surface free from mud, dirt, and stains, which applies to even all brand new vehicles. We recommend you to do paint correction if necessary. In other words, the paint needs to be free from small scratches and swirl marks before applying the coating. After washing, let it dry. The paint surface must be dry while applying the coating. The ideal condition to use the super ceramic coating is 15-30 degrees Celsius. The ceramic coating will add a sacrificial hydrophobic layer above your paint surface. You can read more about what is ceramic coating and it’s advantages and disadvantages here.
How To Apply Ceramic Coating Video Tutorial
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- Do not apply in direct sun or on hot surface.
- Do not re-use 4″ Suede applicators.
- Do not re-use the towels you used to buff off with on paint.
- Wear hand protection.
- Wear respiratory protection such as painters mask or a Towel
STEP 1: MAKE SURE YOUR CAR IS COMPLETELY CLEAN
Wash your car thoroughly and let it dry. It is very important to clean your vehicle surface from all type of contaminations before applying the ceramic coating. Proper cleaning of your vehicle is a must.
Feel free to use your favourite car shampoo. After washing let it dry, the vehicle surface must be dry when applying the coating. The ideal conditions to apply the coating is 15- 30 degrees Celsius.
STEP 2: Unbox the super ceramic coating kit and wrap the provided cloth over the sponge.
STEP 3. Pour some drop of Super ceramic coating liquid on the applicator and apply by vertical and horizontal by wiping on approx 1.5 to 2 sq feet area.
Don’t apply on a broad or too big area. Divide your surface into small little parts and spread across paint in a criss-cross pattern approximately 50 cm x 50 cm at a time. Now, wait for about 1 to 2 minutes, depending on the temperature condition. If the temperature is high, you need to wipe off faster, otherwise, give it 2 minutes to bond with the paint surface.
STEP 4: Now buff the applied part with a microfiber cloth.
Buff softly, Don’t put pressure to remove the coating. Just a little effort to remove those hazy or oily marks. Be sure to remove all excess residue, and only then you move to the next section. You need to make sure that no oily hazy marks are remaining on the surface.
Now apply on the second part with the same process. So you have to repeat this process step by step on the whole car.
Switch out the cloth sides every 2+/- panel.Additional coats may be applied with 60 minutes or wait until the following day if you are beyond 60 minutes. Super ceramic coating recommends 2 coats. Max Layer - 3 coats.
You have to finish the coating of the entire vehicle once you start the job. And make sure to change the applicator towel side and microfiber towel time to time or layer by layer. Add two layers of super ceramic coating for it to last longer.Do not use your vehicle for the next 48 hours and don’t wash for the next 7 days. Enjoy your vehicle’s new look! If you are not yet purchased the ceramic coating, buy it from the official website below.
Frequently Asked Questions!
There’s no need to use wax after you applied the ceramic coating on your car. The ceramic coating has all the benefits of a wax and a lot extra.
No. Our product is not wax. It can last 2-5 years. So just the one coating is fine.
No, if dirts or other contaminants will stick to ceramic coating if you drive the car or Motorcycle within 24 hours. It’s very hard to remove these contaminants without rubbing or sanding using a detailer. You can drive the vehicle after 24 hours! However, it might result in slightly less complete coverage due to perhaps rain washing it off before it
dries etc. We recommend to allow to dry for at least 48 hours without interruption.
Coated vehicles are much easier to maintain, especially since you will not need to frequently clay, polish, or wax the paint in order to keep it protected from the elements. However, it is important to note that no ceramic coating is bullet proof and the finish will begin to degrade if neglected or improperly cared for.
We recommend to:
- Wash on a bi-weekly basis to avoid excessive contamination build up.
- Avoid washing in direct sunlight to minimize streaking and water spotting.
- Wash from the top down leaving the dirtiest sections for last to avoid cross contamination.
- Use the “two bucket” method – one bucket for rinsing your sponge/mitt and one for soapy water.
- Use separate soap and sponge/mitt for wheels.