Updated: Dec 7, 2022
Immaculate Paint Protection helps new car owners protect their future classic cars, so they look awesome and stay looking new for years to come.
Want to know what people are really thinking about ceramic coating? Google something (let’s say “ceramic coating”). Under your search results, you’ll see a box that says “People Also Ask.” These are real search questions that people are looking for.
Here’s what we discovered people are asking Google about ceramic coating:
Is ceramic coating good for your car? Yes, and it’s also good for you! Ceramic coating makes your car shiny and easier to clean.
Do I need to put a ceramic coating on top of paint protection film? No, it’s not obligatory to put ceramic coating on top of paint protection film, in fact many paint protection films come with ceramic coating. Sometimes people install ceramic coating on parts of their vehicle that they don’t need to protect with paint protection film.
Which is better to stop rock chips, paint protection film or ceramic coating? ONLY paint protection film stops rock chips. Ceramic coating offers no protection from rock chips.
How long do your services take? Ceramic coating takes a few days to apply, using our proven process:
Decontamination wash, using our proven, multistep process
Machine polish (paint correction)
Wash to remove remaining polish
Wipe with special cleaner to make your vehicle “surgically” clean
Apply ceramic coatings
Securely store your vehicle inside for 24 hours to dry
How much does it cost for ceramic coating? Check out our universal, transparent pricing at https://www.immaculatepaintprotection.com/pricing-ceramic-coatings.
For paint protection film and ceramic coating packages, pricing, and more visit us at https://www.immaculatepaintprotection.com/ceramic-coatings.
About the author: Bill Fetter’s passion for cars started at an early age, as he loved anything with wheels. Through his childhood, Bill observed his dad’s work as a mechanical engineer turned marketing manager and proud lifelong employee of General Motors. During high school, Bill honed his passion for cars by hand-washing and detailing his neighbors’ vehicles. Knowing he wanted to be in the automotive industry, Bill earned a degree in Industrial Engineering from Kettering University in Flint, Michigan. He’s worked as an engineer in the automotive manufacturing, medical device, steel industry, and pharmaceutical manufacturing fields.