Graphene Coatings Vs Ceramic Coatings

In this video, we look at our Graphene Matrix Coating Vs a Ceramic Coating, comparing water beading results and resistance to water spotting. As this new revolutionary coating is gaining more traction, we want to do our best to educate people on what Graphene is and how it differs from other protective coatings on the market!

Graphene Coating

Graphene Matrix is a reduced Graphene Oxide structure that bonds to the surface of your car better than any other coating. It's technically a "hybrid" coating because it needs to be formulated with other elements to make it usable as a coating you can put on your car! You can expect your Graphene Matrix Coating to last up to 5 years! Compared to Ceramic Coatings, Graphene Matrix performs extremely well in many areas, such as water spot resistance, ability to reject water on contact, and surface hardness.

Ceramic Coatings

Ceramic Coatings are silica (SiO2) based, where Graphene Coatings are Carbon based, making for an extremely durable and strong coating. This does not make Ceramic Coatings useless and ineffective, as they are a great option depending on your specifics needs. 

Conclusion

Graphene is a revolutionary material that the car care industry finally has access to. The physical properties allows this coating to out perform any other coatings on the market. Being extremely easy to apply and maintain, Graphene Matrix is extremely cost-effective and gives you the most value out of any other coating.

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