How To: Ceramicoat Hybrid Spray Sealant
Since we launched Ceramicoat to our range, it instantly became a hit with you all.
This stage is really important. We need to wash the car thoroughly to there's no grime at all left that Ceramicoat might seal anything in to its protective layer.
With the car still wet, let's start applying Ceramicoat. Start from the top and work your way down. Work one panel at a time and don't feel like you need to spray on loads. 3-4 sprays on a rear boot lid will be plenty. We'll be spreading the product in our next step.
Now with Ceramicoat on one of your panels, we need to act quick. Get your pressure washer and spread the product. Our aim here is to remove Ceramicoat from your car. This might sound strange, but what we're doing here is spreading it on your panel to avoid missing any areas. When you start to rinse the product off your car, you'll start seeing a white residue. When you stop seeing this, you know you've removed the product from your car.
The great thing about Ceramicoat is that it can be applied to all exterior surfaces. That means your wheels, glass, trims, anything! We don't however recommend using it on wrapped cars or matte finishes. As Ceramicoat has gloss enhancers in its formula it'll boost the gloss levels of your paintwork.
With Ceramicoat now applied to your whole car and washed away, use the Splash Detailing XL Drying Towel to dry your car up as normal. It's perfect for the job. It's big and thick and perfect for soaking up water.
Ceramicoat reacts straight away with the surface you apply it to, so you'll see it working instantly. It'll give you instant water beading and sheeting.
If you have the time, wash and dry your car thoroughly to apply Ceramicoat dry. Apply Ceramicoat a panel at a time. Simply spray and buff it off straight away. What we're doing here is applying a very fine coating of Ceramicoat to give a better surface area for our wet coat of Ceramicoat to bond on to. This has been tested to give an extra 1 month of protection over just applying Ceramicoat wet.