Ceramic Oxide combines the benefits of ATO (Antimony Tin Oxide) and polymer (PDMS) materials to create a shield of protection. The ATO nanoparticles work to help improve water spot, corrosion, chemical, and UV resistance, while the PDMS material provides the low surface friction, high slickness, and abrasion resistance that is expected of all coatings.
Ceramic Oxide decreases water-spotting potential by helping repel heat from the surface, preventing etching. Stubborn etchings will be less likely to penetrate and damage treated surfaces due to bird droppings and tree sap as well.
With a low surface friction and incredible slickness, Ceramic Oxide helps resist fine scratching and swirling, reducing wash induced damage and helping water fly off.
Ceramic Oxide features an amazing 36,000 mile rated bond with the surface when installed professionally and properly maintained.
Graphene is the strongest material in the world. Graphene reduces heat on the substrate, so that water spotting is much less likely, even compared to ceramic coatings, that actually retain the heat. Bird droppings come off with ease, without the need for special chemicals, unlike most ceramic coatings.
Conventional ceramic, silicon dioxides (SiO2) and quartz coatings are for water and air proofing on any surface. But, the downfall to conventional ceramic, silicon dioxide and quartz coatings is that they are prone to water spotting. This water spotting can damage your vehicle's clear coat. These chemicals have good hydrophobic and/or hydrophilic properties, but do not do well in regards to protecting against bird droppings or bugs.
Graphene features an amazing 60,000 mile rated bond with the surface when installed professionally and maintained properly.