3 Year - Graph-Flash Graphene Ceramic Coating


Graph-Flash lasts 3+ years with 2-3 coats

Made in the USA

Graph-Flash is a spray and wipe coating but, CAN BE applied traditionally. Applicable on Glass, Metal and painted surfaces. Easy to use. Tremendous slickness and water beading.

Unparalleled depth, shine and protection. More resistant to water spots than traditional ceramic coatings. Creates a more slick and smooth surface compared to ceramics. Tighter water beads and better water shedding.

Compared to more traditional ceramic coatings, our newest coating is a partially reduced graphene-oxide modified ceramic coating variant found to have some improved characteristics:

Higher Resin Loading Level: Elevated resin loading compared to similar strictly quartz-based coatings due to the increased ease of use allowing this.

Less Prone to Water Spotting: less penetration of the contaminants into the coating matrix.

Higher Stain Resistance: bugs, saps, droppings, fallout, etc.

Higher Scratch/Mar Resistance: the added graphene-oxide imparts additional tensile strength to boost hardness.

Easier, Slicker, Glossier: Higher open time and less chances for mistakes; flashes quickly, sweats to signal wipe off, any haziness is sign dwell time has gone too far!

Universal Application:the graphene-oxide modified coating has nearly universal affinity for all substrates with a high level of adhesion and reactivity – no need to have a specific coating offered for a specific surface (i.e.; trim, glass, paint, wheels).

*For professional results and longevity we recommend using a clay bar, machine polishing with our step 1 polish, step 2 and/or ceramic final polish prior to application. We recommend using our Graph-Spd or Re-Charge spray detailers to maintain the coating every 30-60 days as well as washing with Ceramic wash or Graphene wash every 30-60 days. Commercial car washes should be avoided.

Only use Dura-Coating Technology products to maintain your coating. Not all companies products are compatible. Mixing brands may cause cloudiness, loss of hydrophobic properties, or failure altogether.