One of the most popular questions found online in the world of motorcycle and automotive detailing is, “how do I protect and apply ceramic coating on my exhaust?”. But before we dive in to that matter, lets first understand what in the world ceramic coating is, what it does and why so many motorcycle owners are keen to have it applied.
First of all, ceramic coating is not new, it’s technology that has existed for quite some time. Also known as paint protection, it is well known for its extremely solid hardness and protection, making it an excellent choice in the army, marine and industrial industry. But not until recently, this sort of technology was innovated and accustomed to the automotive industry to offer both an admirable shine and hard candy gloss, while delivering that ultimate protection. The reason so many want it applied to their exhaust, is because the exhaust is exposed to the fumes and essentially turns black so easily. It’s just one of those common areas that constantly get dirty and becomes a nuisance to maintain every time. In installing a ceramic coating, you are creating a barrier on the exhaust against pollutants such as exhaust fumes, dust, dirt and so on. It allows drivers to keep their exhaust in top notch condition for longer.
In short, it offers superior gloss, excellent resistance, easier car care maintenance and a shine like no other; a superb investment for any car and motorcycle enthusiast.
Of course, it does not make it bulletproof, but it makes it a whole lot easier to maintain and clean as pollutants find it difficult to stick to the surface, all thanks to its super-hydrophobic properties. If this is something you’d be interested in having installed, you can always find more information about car paint protection online with a simple search.
Written by: Dave S
A professional full time car, motorcycle and marine detailer, you name it, the whole works. I live, eat and breathe a passion for everything car related. With over 5 years experience in the industry and still counting, there is no slowing me down.
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