2 Year - Diamond Coat Ceramic Coating

Diamond Coat is our 2-Year Ceramic Coating that lasts 2+ Years with one coat. Diamond Coat is made to be used on the exterior painted surfaces.
What is a Ceramic Coating?
A ceramic coating provides a strong, protective surface to the car’s body that can block all manner of foreign matter and prevent them from causing damage to the car. On any given day, a car has to endure a variety of attacks to its body from UV damage, bird droppings, dirt, bugs, and other contaminants that are an inescapable part of the road. The ceramic coating ensures that the original coating of the car is encased in a protective layer that can withstand a great deal of damage without showing any ill-effects on the body of the car.

How Do I Use & Apply this Ceramic Coating?

 Simply wipe on and wipe off! Ceramic coatings bond permanently to your vehicles paint; this is not like the spray detailer or wax you get at the auto parts stores. Ceramic is a permanent bonded coating and will not wash off. You will never have to wax your car again once Diamond Coat is applied for up to 2 years with proper install and maintenance. Diamond Coat creates a coating harder than the clear coat on your paint. More scratch resistant and chemical resistant.  Perhaps the most revolutionary coating available today. Creates massive depth and reflective shine.

 *The average vehicle will use about 30mL; This coating comes in one 50mL size, which can do up to 3 cars*

 *You MUST remove any existing waxes and sealants from the surface before applying ceramic coatings using our Exterior Deep Clean & Prep. We also recommend a simple Clay bar treatment to the paint and if possible a polish with our Step 1 and Step 2 Polishes; You must maintain Diamond Coat with our Crazy Suds or Super Foam when regular washing, our Ceramic Wash every 60-90 days and our either Cryo, Cryo Extreme, or Re-charge spray sealant every 30-60 days for longevity. Avoid commercial car washes and using product from the auto parts stores/other brands on this coating as hazing, clouding, or other issues can occur*