WHY CHOOSE CERAMIC COATINGS?
HARDNESS ABOVE 9H
When the coat hardens it creates a surface that can withstand light stone chips and all sorts of light scratches. The glass coat is above 9H on the pencil hardness scale. This scale is used in the coating industry to determine a coatings hardness, 9H is the highest on the scale. The coat will stay hard for a lifetime if maintained correctly.
The coating has a 100% resistance against the damaging contaminants and harsh chemicals that a car can be exposed to. Since chemicals do not do anything to the coating, the car will stay protected.
OXIDATION AND CORROSION RESISTANT
Bare metal will oxidize and painted surfaces will not. C9’s protective coat insulates the paint and the metal from getting in contact with water and oxygen.
The coat will not be effected under 1400 Fahrenheit.
Silicon dioxide, (Silkoxid), which is used in sun block is also used in C9’s products. The UV protection keeps the paint, rubber and plastic from aging.
The shine from this product is not comparable to any other product on the market. It has to be seen in real life.
When you talk about surfaces being hydrophobic you often talk about the water contact angle of the surface. The higher angle the less dirt or liquid will attach to the surface. A drive in the rain will make the car look newly washed. This hydrophobic effect will last a lifetime if maintained correctly.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES OF A CERAMIC COATING
Bonds permanently to most surfaces (stainless steel included)