Highly refined formula provides incredible weather, chemical and UV protection for any surface.
Designed to be applied without the need for any professional equipment or experience.
One of the most researched coatings on the market with SGS Verified 9H Hardness & Boeing Accreditation.
Proprietary resins and additives create a stunningly rich non-stick finish that lasts for 3+ years.
The Next Level In Ceramics
Ceramic Matrix Coating is the latest evolution of ceramic technology. Ceramics (Sio2) have been studied and refined over the years, making them one of the most trusted forms of protection on the market. Ceramic Matrix offers an incredible balance of performance and value, making it our best iteration yet.
Unique Ceramic Chemistry
Ceramic Matrix forms a hard crystalline barrier that provides incredible weather, chemical, and UV protection on any surface. This DIY (Do-It-Yourself) coating adds diamond-like shine to your vehicle while making washing & maintenance easier than ever!
3+ Years of Protection
Ceramic Matrix is comprised of the highest quality Si02 resins and additives that imparts an incredibly resistant and repellent coating on any surface. These proprietary ingredients work to create a stunningly rich, non-stick finish that doesn't fade or dull for 3 or more years. Ceramic Matrix Coating does not wash away like a typical wax or sealant. This means that just one application will provide you with all the protection your vehicle needs.
Third-Party Tested and Accredited
Designed to be the finest Ceramic Coating on the market, Ceramic Matrix has been certified to perform even through some of the most rigorous testing in the world. Independently tested and certified by the globally recognized SGS Swiss Laboratories for chemical resistance, hydrophobic contact angles and 9H Hardness (ASTM D3363 Film Hardness).
Approved by Boeing™ for passing its rigorous testing for corrosion, embrittlement and paint softening resistance, certifying it for use in the Aerospace industry.
In house ASTM standardized testing (including but not limited to): QUV (accelerated weather testing) and Elcometer abrasion testing all place Ceramic Matrix at the top of its class.
Affordable DIY Application
Ceramic Matrix is designed to be applied without the need for any professional equipment or experience. We recommend using our Utility Towel and Ceramic Coating Applicator to ensure effortless application.
How to Prep for Application
Clean any loose dust, dirt, and contaminants from the surface.
Clay bar any rough embedded contaminants from the surface to ensure no impurities interfere with the coating's properties.
Polish/Compound to remove any paint defects in the form of scratches, swirl marks, and oxidation. Ceramic Matrix is a semi-permanent coating so once applied any defects will remain sealed underneath.
Deep clean any polish oils or residues from the surface that could inhibit the bonding process using Ethos Detox.
Remove any residual water that can be hiding underneath panel gaps, headlights, or taillights which could drip out and affect the coatings curing process.
Temperature and humidity can play a big factor in “flash” time (Time between application and when the coating is ready to be wiped off). We recommend applying in temperatures between 65-75*. In higher temperatures flash time will be expedited so first, test using a small section to determine workability before moving onto the rest of the vehicle.
Ceramic Matrix can be applied to any painted, plastic or glass surface (including windshield).
How To Apply
Make sure the surface has been completely cleaned and decontaminated with Ethos Detox. The cleaner the surface, the better the bond!
Shake bottle well.
Apply a few drops of Ceramic Matrix onto your applicator until evenly covered.
Starting with horizontal / top surfaces first, applying in straight lines slightly overlapping from one line to the next. Work in small areas approximately 3'x3' or the size of a door or half a hood at a time. Temperature and humidity will determine coverage areas allowable between application and removal.
Applicators should glide smoothly on the surface while laying down an even layer of coating. If the applicator starts to drag or the application becomes inconsistent, apply additional drops to the applicator.
Immediately after application, you will notice a “Rainbow Effect” (More prevalent on dark colors) while the applied coating bonds to the surface. Allow the coating to cure for roughly 1-2 min after application or until the "Rainbowing" begins to fade. (Do Note: Temperature and humidity will expedite the flash time. Test a small area first before continuing onto the rest of the vehicle)
Using premium microfiber towels (Preferably our Utility Towels), thoroughly wipe down the section to remove the Ceramic Coating residue. Your first wipe should remove about 80% of the residue, and your second wipe should easily remove the remainder. Use small, circular motions and little to no pressure during removal. The coating should still feel wet and slick during wipe off and not hard or tacky. If the coating is tacky or rough during wipe off, you waited too long before leveling.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to check adjacent panels to make sure you haven't "pushed" excess coating to other areas. (We recommend using a flashlight or smartphone light for inspection to make sure every bit of residue is gone. If you fail to remove all of the residue during the flash time, it will become a dark spot once it cures and can require polishing or compounding to remove) So be thorough and continue to check your work before moving onto the next step.
Repeat these steps as you move along the rest of your vehicle. Coating the paint, plastics, trim and glass surfaces in the same manner.
If you desire to layer the coating for additional performance wait approximately 1 hour between applications.
Let the coating fully dry/cure for at least 48 hours before allowing it to get wet. The longer it stays dry the better, as it will continue to cure for about 5 days (you CAN drive the car during this time).
Wash and maintain the coating as outlined in our maintenance protocols. www.ethoscarcare.com/coating-maintenance