Ceramic Coating and Paint Correction
Ceramic coating is a durable coating that is applied to surfaces to protect them from scratches, dust, and dirt. The coating is also highly resistant to heat and chemicals, and can be applied in an unnoticeable clear-coat. At Texas Auto Trim, we offer a ceramic coating and paint protection service that keeps your vehicle looking glossy, protected from UV rays, and protected from scratches.
Benfefits of Ceramic Coating
What your ceramic coating install includes
– Descaling Foam Bath Pre-Soak
– Wheel Deep Clean
– Microfiber Hand Wash
– Physical Paint Decontamination (Clay bar)
– Chemical Decontamination (Iron Remover)
– De-ionized Water Rinse
– Compressed Air Dry
– Streak Free Glass Wipedown
– Paint Prep
– Trims Masked Off
– Non-Sling Tire Shine
– Complimentary Vacuum & Interior Wipedown
What We USE
Crystal Serum Light
- Chemical resistance
- Incredible gloss
- Up to five years of durability
- provides protection against dirt, UV rays and everyday wear-and-tear
- No change in feel or color
- Only requires application of 1 simple layer
- Up to 2 years of durability
- Makes rims easy to maintain
- Suitable for wheels, brake calipers and exhaust tips
We offer stage 1 and stage 2 paint corrections which we'll apply depending on how much wear and tear the paint/clearcoat has undergone. Paint correction is highly recommended and necessary so that the ceramic coating correctly bonds the surface of the vehicle.
Stage 1 Paint Correction involves a one step polishing process, utilizing a high quality light compound solution. Performing this, we are able to free your vehicle’s surface of minor oxidation and imperfections. Additionally, this allows chemicals, such as Ceramic Coatings, to bond well to the surface. This is recommend for lightly abused/newer vehicles.
The Stage 2 paint correction process involves a two step, cutting and polishing process. Utilizing the highest quality of heavy/light compound and polish solutions, we are able to free your vehicle’s surface of deeper micro-swirls, major imperfections, oxidation and more. Additionally, this allows chemicals, such as Ceramic Coatings, to bond well to the surface. Because not every vehicle will require a Stage 2 correction, it is best to see a specialist at the store for the best recommendation.