The ULTIMATE Protection for your Vehicle!
If you’re reading this, you care about your vehicle’s appearance and have probably done some research on protecting your finish, while being able to enjoy easier maintenance. The two most well-known options (and for good reason) in the industry are Paint Protection Spray (Sheild360) & Ceramic Coatings, which you can read about in further detail on the above links.
What is the difference between the two options though? What are the pros & cons of each? And the most important question – what is the best solution for protecting my vehicles finish?
Paint Protection Spray
Hands-down best option for paint protection is Shield360. This unique sprayable film creates multiple layers of invisible protection (no seams) that is removable, without harmful adhesive on your finish.
Sheild360 protects against rock chips, scratches, swirl marks, hard water spots, chemical abrasions, oxidation, and doesn’t yellow over time, show seams, or shrink back like traditional paint protection films.
When a true 9H Ceramic Coating is applied to your vehicle, it chemically bonds with the clear coat to create a second layer of protection to your finish, along with making your surface hydrophobic, which results in containments sliding right off.
The hydrophobic properties of a Ceramic Coating create a surface that is easily maintained, self-cleaning, and gives you a permanently fresh waxed (wet glossed) look, while still protecting against oxidation and decontamination.
Both services in one way or another help protect the look and longevity of your vehicles finish by reducing damage from UV rays, bird droppings, incest acids, and result in an added value to the investment you made in the purchase of your vehicle. Depending on you and your vehicles needs depends on which option is best for you.
The simple conclusion:Paint Protection Spray is best for rock chips & road debris. Ceramic Coatings are best for easy maintenance and glossier depth for your finish. Which are just the first highlights of the multitude of benefits to both products.
However, the ultimate protection and assurance that your vehicle will continue to look it’s absolute best for years to come is a combination of Paint Protection Spray in the high-risk areas (front bumper, hood, side mirrors, possibly fenders & rocker panels), and a Ceramic Coating applied over the entire vehicle. This option results in your more vulnerable areas being protected against rock chips and road debris with Shield360. Then the Ceramic Coating acts as a hydrophobic shield over the entire vehicle, chemically bonding to your clear coat and film producing a beautiful easily maintained finish.
Call our expertly and authorized technicians at 360 Express Collision & Detailing to discuss which option or combination is best for you and your vehicle!