Yes, Ceramic Guard can be applied to matt finishes. The matt paint acquires more colour depth combined with a light silky shine.
The Ceramic Guard coating protects paintwork against the following contamination: chemicals used during washing, tree sap, industrial pollution, traffic dirt, UV rays and sunlight, acid rain.
Ceramic Guard can be applied to wheels, windows (except for the windscreen!), colour-coded bumpers, plastic components and headlights. The Specialist can tailor the treatment to your exact requirements.
No, Ceramic Guard can only be applied by a specialist. The product is not available to the consumer due to the application method.
To maintain Ceramic Guard, we advise that you wash the vehicle monthly with Ceramic Wash. This is a shampoo that has been specially developed to feed the Coating. Please note, when washing the vehicle, make sure you do not get sand or dirt between your sponge and paintwork as this will cause scratches.
We also recommend the application of Ceramic Glaze once every 3 months to maintain the coating’s water-repellent protection in optimum condition.
Yes, in principle. It depends however on the quality of the car wash as to whether the Ceramic Guard will be damaged or not. It is always better for the ceramic coated paintwork to be maintained in accordance with the stated procedure.
Bird droppings contain aggressive elements that will penetrate the Ceramic Guard over time. It is best to remove bird droppings as soon as possible with a soft sponge and warm water. Always allow it to soak.
Ceramic Guard does not protect against stone chips.
Yes, the specialist is set up to do this and can treat only the repaired area upon your request.
Yes, the treatment is usually considered to be part of the overall value of your vehicle and is reimbursed by most insurance companies, even for partial treatments.