Ceramic Vs Graphene Coating: The Ultimate Showdown
These type of professional-grade coatings utilize a nanotechnology in order to create a protective layer on top of your vehicle’s paint. The major benefit of this layer is the way in which the coating bonds to the surface of the vehicle: the nanoparticles allow that ceramic based coating to adhere at the molecular level, essentially guaranteeing to seal all the pores.
There are quite a bit of similarities with ceramic coatings. For example, graphene also uses nanotechnology to bond to your vehicle’s paint thus ensuring molecular level sealing and protection. Yet what makes Graphene Coating a game changer? While both, ceramic coatings and graphene coatings, both protect against UV rays, water, dirt, and some contaminants, graphene has the advantage of being the strongest material on Earth! While also being one of the thinnest materials due to its one atom structure. Thinner yet stronger, how is that possible!? YES! According to researchers at Vanderbilt University, they found that graphene is not only more effective than ceramic coatings but also 5 times thinner, more flexible, and extremely heat resistant.
Which is BEST?
The best way to compare these two different coatings is in a side by side comparison and thus allow you to come to your own conclusions.
Graphene has shown that it is an absolutely incredible material. Its physical properties allows it to out perform any other material and also allow you to install this product yourself, while also be competitive in price in this market. Does this make Ceramic Coatings a moot point?