Wheel Coating

Wheel Coating


 Ceramic Wheel Coating is an extremely durable 9H ceramic wheel coating designed to protect wheels from harsh brake dust and make clean-up even easier! Use it on most wheel finishes including paint, powder coat, chrome, and polished aluminum to help maintain shine longer. This coating may add undesirable amounts of gloss to matte and satin finish wheels.

Like all ceramic coatings, preparation and application technique are very important.  Since this coating is our strongest coating, the initial application needs to be correct to avoid any mistakes that would then be difficult to correct.

Applying  Wheel Coating not only reduces the amount of brake dust buildup and makes washing easier, but its hydrophobic nature will cause water to bead and repel off like crazy!  Wheel Coating is a product that contains ceramics. It forms a semi-permanent bond with the surface of a wheel, creating a very durable layer of protection that can last one to two years, while providing incredible shine. Products like our  Guard & Gloss and Paint Sealant can provide excellent protection and shine for your wheels, but they last for a much smaller amount of time per application due to high temperatures and cleaning with products on the stronger side, like Wheel Cleaner.

Wheel Coating may not be a product for everyone. It’s more expensive than our other sealant products due to the cost of the chemicals, and does require much more care and technique to apply and remove. Wheel Coating forms a very strong bond with the wheel surface, so it must be removed by machine polishing. This is a product for the perfectionist that wants to have less headaches when cleaning wheels, keeping them protected for the longest amount of time in between full detailing sessions. For your daily driver, you will love how you will have to use stronger cleaners like Wheel Cleaner less often. Or for your show car with high-end aftermarket wheels, you will have a little more reassurance against light scratching when washing the vehicle or wiping them down at a show.



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