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Q² Gyeon infinite

The ultimate coating with a lifetime warranty

Gyeon INFINITE is the world’s first coating based on fluoro modified polysilazanes. Guarantees outstanding durability, hydrophobicity and self cleaning in just one layer!

*Includes a paint correction

Sedan

Midsize

Oversize

$1,100 | $1,200 $1,300

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Ceramic Coatings

Ceramic car coatings are a second layer of skin on the surface of your car. They utilize nanotechnology, which are tiny particles that come together to form a very thin and transparent layer that is completely invisible to the naked eye.

This layer seals the pores on your car’s paint, producing superior hydrophobic properties, as well as more resistant to ultra-violet rays, scratches, chemicals, and extreme heat. The ceramic coat forms a semi-permanent bond with the surface of your vehicle meaning that it will not wash away or break down over a short period of time.

*All Ceramic Coating Packages come INCLUDED with our Level 2 Paint correction which consists of:

  • Full Detailed Wash

  • Clay Bar

  • Iron Decontamination

  • One-step Paint Correction

This is to ensure that the ceramic coating properly adheres to your car's paint, and you get the longest amount of protection possible. It also removes scratches, swirls, and imperfections in the paint making it look better than the day it rolled off the factory floor.

Will automatic car washes degrade my ceramic coating faster? Automatic car washes have the potential to degrade a ceramic coating faster than hand washing, but it largely depends on the type of car wash and the condition of the coating. Here are some factors to consider: Type of car wash: Certain types of automatic car washes, such as those that use abrasive brushes or harsh chemicals, can cause damage to the ceramic coating and scratch the surface of the paint. Touchless car washes that use high-pressure water and soap can be less damaging to the coating, but they may not be as effective at removing dirt and contaminants from the surface. Condition of the coating: If the ceramic coating is new and has not fully cured, it may be more susceptible to damage from automatic car washes. It's recommended to wait at least 7-10 days after the coating is applied before washing the vehicle to allow the coating to fully cure. Frequency of washing: If the vehicle is washed frequently, whether by hand or through automatic car washes, the ceramic coating will naturally degrade over time. However, regular washing is important for maintaining the appearance and longevity of the coating. Maintenance: Proper maintenance of the ceramic coating is crucial for ensuring its longevity. Regular washing and drying, along with occasional application of a maintenance product, can help to extend the life of the coating. In general, hand washing is considered the safest and most effective way to wash a vehicle with a ceramic coating. However, if an automatic car wash is necessary, it's best to use a touchless car wash and avoid abrasive brushes or harsh chemicals. It's also important to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for maintenance and care of the ceramic coating to ensure its longevity.

Do I need paint correction before ceramic coating? Paint correction is highly recommended before applying a ceramic coating. Ceramic coatings are designed to bond with the clear coat of the paint, and any imperfections or defects in the clear coat can prevent the coating from properly adhering to the surface. This can result in uneven application, poor durability, and a less-than-optimal finish. Paint correction involves the use of a machine polisher and specialized compounds and polishes to remove imperfections such as swirl marks, scratches, oxidation, and other defects from the clear coat of the paint. This process creates a smooth and defect-free surface that is better suited for the application of a ceramic coating. In addition, paint correction can help to enhance the overall appearance of the vehicle's paintwork by restoring its shine and gloss. This can provide a more dramatic and long-lasting improvement in the vehicle's appearance than simply applying a ceramic coating over a paint surface with defects. Overall, while it is possible to apply a ceramic coating without paint correction, it is highly recommended to do so in order to achieve the best results and ensure the coating lasts as long as possible. A professional detailer can assess the condition of your vehicle's paintwork and recommend the best course of action to achieve the desired results.

How do I properly maintain a ceramic coating? Proper maintenance of a ceramic coating is important for maximizing its longevity and keeping your vehicle looking its best. Here are some tips for maintaining a ceramic coating: Regular hand washing: It's important to regularly hand wash your vehicle to remove dirt and contaminants that can accumulate on the surface of the coating. Use a pH-neutral car wash soap and a soft microfiber wash mitt or sponge to avoid scratching the surface. Avoid harsh chemicals: Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners on your vehicle, as they can damage the coating. This includes products like bleach, ammonia, and degreasers. Drying: After washing your vehicle, be sure to dry it thoroughly to prevent water spots from forming. Use a soft, absorbent microfiber towel or air blower to dry the surface. Maintenance products: Some ceramic coatings require periodic application of a maintenance product to help maintain their performance and longevity. These products can help to refresh the hydrophobic properties of the coating and protect it from environmental contaminants. By following these tips, you can help to maintain the appearance and longevity of your ceramic coating. Regular maintenance will help to protect your investment and keep your vehicle looking its best for years to come.

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