With the launch of Graphene Ceramic Spray Coating™ Advanced, we wanted to provide a write-up explaining the similarities and differences between our Graphene Ceramic Coating™ options and their “Advanced” counterparts. We’ll provide overviews of each coating option, and go over the pros and any potential cons of each, to help you decide which is right for you.
If you are wondering “What exactly is a ceramic coating or a graphene ceramic coating?”, the one sentence summary is that a ceramic coating is a semi-permanent nanoscopic layer of a ceramic resin that is applied to various vehicle surfaces, which hardens and cures into a very thin, glass-like layer that is more resistant to scratches and strong chemicals, provides exceptional gloss and depth, and repels water and other contamination better than more temporary protection products like waxes and sealants.
All four coating options we will cover in this article serve the same purpose - to give incredible shine and protection to the exterior of your vehicle - so you might be wondering why have four choices then? There are several reasons, such as experience level, intended use of the vehicle, how long you plan on keeping the vehicle, time and budget, chemistry advancements, and more. We’ll dive into each below.