Covering and protecting the cars and the paints have been a very big concern today. Because of the obvious road abrasions, even the newest paint jobs do not have extended lifespans. As a result, over time, the car starts looking dull and sullen and we wonder what had gone wrong. So what’s the solution? Ceramic coating on the vinyl wraps of the car can deliver the best results in this case. Let us know more in detail about it.
What are vinyl wraps?
A vinyl wrap, also known as a vehicle wrap, is a very thin vinyl film applied to the panels of the vehicle. It is very common to paint protection films and is mostly colored films. They are commonly seen on business vehicles but today, many car owners are also approaching to get this done on their cars too. By applying this wrap, the cars get better protection against the rock chips that are received daily. It can also be applied to enhance the car’s visual appearance.
Relationship between ceramic coating and vinyl wraps
Ceramic coating is common for both luxury cars and the cars that go on for daily drives. Some of them even roll themselves up in thin vinyl. This coating is mostly applied directly on the paint surface, or it can be applied on the wrap as well. The preparation for both the materials is different, but together they can deliver excellent results.
Preparing the vinyl wraps for ceramic coating
Step 1- The surface of the car is polished with a particular shine finish material to clean the body.
Step 2- A precoat material is applied on the surface to clean it off of the grease, oil, or any residue of the previous polish.
Step 3- The surface is now ready to get coated with the wrap.
Once the steps are properly followed, the car becomes eligible to move to the next step of applying the ceramic coating.
Choosing the right ceramic coating
You can choose ceramic coating made up of graphene which is specifically meant for vinyl wraps. They have polyurethane surfaces, which create a protective and breathable barrier against the weather. It is an added layer of protection against UV rays and has hydrophobic properties.
Try the ceramic coating and vinyl wraps from the house of Proshield– the experts who never compromise on the quality delivered.