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Is Ceramic Coating Worth It?

March 2, 2020

1. What is Ceramic Coating?

Ceramic Coating in short is protection for your wheels.


It is a nano-technology that bonds to the wheel and allows water to bead and run off of the wheel. This is incredibly helpful with mud and dirt.


2. Does Ceramic Coating Change the Finish of Your Wheels?

If you apply Ceramic Coating to a chrome or gloss wheel, you probably won't notice much of a difference, if any, in the finish.

However on a satin or matte wheel, you may see your wheel have just a little more shine and the color may be a little more rich.


3. What are the Benefits?

So, Ceramic Coating makes your wheels very hydrophobic. This means that water will easily run off of the wheel.

We understand that it does that already due to gravity and motion, but you will definitely notice a difference with Ceramic Coating.

Another benefit is that it makes your wheels a lot easier to clean. 


4. How Long Does it Last?

When you order a Ceramic Coating kit from us, it comes with a Ceramic Coating Extender which will need to be applied every 6 months for max life.

You also need to be washing your car or truck regularly otherwise you can compromise the life of the Ceramic Coating.

If you do this right, your Ceramic Coating is guaranteed to last 3 years!


5. What Does Ceramic Coating Protect Your Wheels From?

Ceramic Coating is designed to protect your wheels from the typical substances you'll encounter on the road such as:

It is also going to make it really easy to clean all of those things off of your wheels.


6. How Much Does Ceramic Coating Cost?

To Ceramic Coat a set of 4 wheels, the cost is $199.99.

If you have any additional wheels that you would like Ceramic Coated, then it's $49.99 per wheel.


7. Can I Scrub My Wheels Without Removing the Ceramic Coating?

We recommend using a soft microfiber cloth when scrubbing your wheels.

Anything more aggressive could potentially harm the lift of your Ceramic Coating.