Where do we apply ceramic coating?
Updated: Apr 18
Ceramic coating is typically applied to the exterior painted surfaces of cars, motorcycles, boats, and other vehicles. This includes the body panels, hood, trunk, doors, and fenders. It can also be applied to other exterior surfaces such as the wheels, trim, and glass.
Ceramic coating can also be applied to other surfaces, such as headlights, taillights, and plastic or rubber trim. However, it's important to ensure that the coating is compatible with these surfaces and that they are properly cleaned and prepped before application.
It's not recommended to apply ceramic coating to surfaces that are not painted or coated, such as bare metal. The coating may not adhere properly to these surfaces, and it may not provide the same level of protection as it would on painted surfaces.
It's also important to note that ceramic coating should only be applied to clean, dry surfaces. The surface should be free of dirt, dust, and other contaminants that could affect the adhesion of the coating. Proper surface preparation is essential to ensure that the coating adheres properly and provides the best possible protection.
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