Adams Polishes Ceramic Spray Coating
A sprayable, easy-to-use 9H ceramic coating.
Coats 3-4 vehicles!
- 9H Hardness
- Adds extreme gloss, shine, and depth to paint
- Super-slick, hydrophobic properties
- Add 6-8 months of ceramic protection in minutes
- Fast 1-2 minute flash time, few hours total cure time
- Safe on all painted surfaces, glass, headlights, chrome, trim, wheels, even bed liners!
Introducing Adam’s Ceramic Spray Coating, a game changing product in the ceramic coating world. At a registered 9H Hardness, Adam’s Ceramic Spray Coating is the easiest and fastest way to ceramic coat your vehicle and add unbelievable shine and gloss to your finish. Since ceramics have been introduced to the market, consumers and manufacturers alike have had to jump onboard and introduce the chemistry of ceramics into their product lines. Here at Adam’s Polishes, we wanted an easier way to provide our customers our newly improved ceramic paint, wheel, and trim coating options into a sprayable application. Using the most unique and user friendly chemistry on the planet, weekend hobbyists and detailing enthusiasts can add ceramic protection to the their finish, wheels, plastic components, trim, and glass in minutes.
Let’s set something straight… In the car care industry, ceramic coatings and “nano” technology have become buzz words and industry standards and although sometimes effective, these are not true “ceramic” coatings. Having silica resins, or “containing SiO2” doesn’t make it a true ceramic coating. Containing ceramic technology is the minimum to passing the first audition in modern car care, but is it an actual ceramic coating? Unfortunately, no. Consider our Ceramic Boost or Ceramic Paste Wax: Both contain heavy amounts of SiO2, give extreme amounts of gloss and protection, and are extremely hydrophobic, but not actual coatings! They are designed for ceramic maintenance in between washes, or an alternative to conventional carnauba/polymer waxes. With Adam’s Ceramic Spray Coating, the proof is in the application— The first swipe of the product will reveal a quickly appearing “rainbow” effect, theres your proof! This is not a streak, smear, or defect— The rainbow effect is a mixture of gases and liquids evaporating and curing to your finish to provide the hydrophobic, acid-resistant, water spot-resistant, and UV inhibiting layer that we’re all after. As the rainbow effect begins to widen and develop, the applied product is turning to evenly hardened SiO2, or glass— hence “glass” coatings. Now, this chemistry is unique to the sprayable coating versus our current coatings as it has a longer working time, allowing it to tack up not as quickly and let you cover an entire hood, as opposed to small sections or proportions.
What makes a ceramic coating, a ceramic coating?
Hang tight, we’re going to get scientific with you— Ceramic coatings start with silica resins, ones that are usually cured in a furnace or extreme heat, but are modified versions to cure at room temperature (ie your garage or detail shop!).
The ceramics we’re used to are the modified versions and are neatly ordered and paired molecules of Si and O that make a tetrehedron, which produces a perfect triangle contributing to its stability and strength on your paint. The Si and O molecules are so strong in fact that their bonds don’t step out unless abrasion and/or heat are introduced, hence why Ceramic Coatings only come off with time or accelerated polishing!
“What surfaces can I use Ceramic Spray Coating on?” Adam’s Ceramic Spray Coating provides protection to an extreme range of areas on your vehicle. Paint, Wheels, Glass, Headlights, Plastic trim, Bed liners, Tonneau covers, Canvas tops, Floor mats, Unfinished metal— All can be protected with Ceramic Spray Coating. We strongly recommend that you apply the product panel by panel to ensure thorough application and as much control of overspray as possible.
“Can I use this on Matte/ Satin Paint or Vinyl Wraps? Will it make it glossy?” You can use this on Matte and Satin finishes. It will add increasingly better depth and sheen to the surface, but will not make it shiny! As this coating will flash on a clear coat, window, or gloss surface, you will not get flashing but still need to level off the coating as it will look streaky and smudgy in appearance upon application.