Ceramic coating is a clear coat which includes a liquid polymer. When ceramic coating is applied on a car body, the polymer forms a chemical bonding with the factory paint. Once coated, it can only be removed by abrasion and not by any chemicals.
A car with ceramic coating is also easier to clean. The body panels of a ceramic coated car will be smooth and free of abrasions. Such a surface offers no place for dirt to stick on to. Even if it does, a simple swipe with a clean cloth brings the car back to its radiant finish.
Moderns paint have a clear coat lacquer which is particularly easy to damage, the finish can look scratched, swirled and dull and in some cases the shade of colour is altered (for example a metallic black car can look almost grey with significant damage).
Simply using a poor washing and drying technique can inflict these marks, leaving the surface covered in tiny scratches and swirl marks (a look of cob-webbing often noticeable in direct sunlight).
This detail has been designed to remove light surface swirling, marring and defects which have been inflicted during washing and drying by including a single stage machine polishing process. This level of detail is designed as a futher extension of our protection details.