Ceramic Coating is a paint protection liquid that is applied on top of existing vehicle paintwork to help protect and maintain the underlying paint surface for many years.
The simplest analogy is to think of a ceramic coating as a non-stick surface that you might find on a frying pan, but that is completely clear; it basically stops things from sticking (e.g. road dirt, tar spots, etc.).
The technology originated at NASA to protect things in space. These coatings offer automotive surfaces protection from acid rain, freezing rain, harsh chemicals, and direct sunlight, as well as the following benefits:
They form strong chemical bonds with substrates at the atomic level, so these coatings cannot be removed using paint cleaners or pressure washers; they will not wash away in a storm like some waxes; they are inherently extremely durable.
Ceramic coating for Tesla vehicles is an extremely important level of protection to consider for your vehicle. Ceramic coating can protect your Tesla from:
We specialize in Ceramic Coatings, Paint Protection Film, Ceramic Window Tint, and several other custom services for Teslas. We have a stellar reputation in the Tesla community and are committed to excellence. Get in touch today to get more information, pricing, or to schedule service.
If you’re looking to upgrade your paint protection options for your Tesla with a ceramic coating, do some research first.
We’re ready to assist you once you’ve determined how far TINTIX stands apart from competitors.
What sets us apart from our competitors is our personal, 5-star service for our Tesla clients. Your vehicle is treated with the utmost care, and we guarantee you will be satisfied with the quality of the finish.
We are accredited and certified to offer 3M, and SystemX Ceramic Coatings, two of the absolute best coatings on the market with unique benefits that far outweigh wax or paint sealants and are designed to protect your Tesla with meticulous precision.
When a ceramic coating is applied, it creates a permanent bond with your Tesla’s paintwork. This has a wide range of benefits, which include:
While we’d like to quickly answer with a resounding “yes,” it really depends on the type of ceramic coating, the condition of your car’s paint surface, and the application. Ceramic coating products for automobiles range from watered-down, back-engineered knock-offs and spray waxes infused with low levels of ceramic ingredients to the full-fledged professional-grade coatings that Tintix employs.