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Why We Use Gyeon Ceramic Coating

Updated: Nov 28, 2023

If you want your car, SUV, or truck to stay newer, longer for years, you’re likely considering protecting your vehicle with ceramic coating, which is a chemical polymer solution applied to your car to protect it from external paint damage. At Immaculate Paint Protection, we’ve got you covered.

Gyeon Pro Ceramic Coatings for Cars, Trucks and Suv's.
Gyeon Type I and II Professional Only Ceramic Coating available at Immaculate Paint Protection

There are dozens of manufacturers of ceramic coatings and hundreds of products from which to choose. You only have one opportunity to protect your new vehicle—when it’s new—so you don’t have weeks to Googling ceramic coating to find the best products. I’ve done the research and testing for you. With my industrial engineering degree and decades of experience in the automotive industry, I’m able to assess and recommend the best products for you.

Paint correction sometime called buffing or polishing is completed before a ceramic coating so the paint can achieve an amazing gloss level.
Gyeon Q2 Primer polish to prepare surface for a Gyeon Professional ceramic coating.

We only use the best products for our customers, and we use only Gyeon Ceramic Coating. Why? Quality, technology, durability, and the industry’s first freedom of choice warranty.

Gyeon ceramic coating gives you:

• An amazing-looking vehicle with maximum gloss

• A vehicle that’s easy to faster and easier to clean—and stays cleaner, longer

• Impressive water repellency

• Some self-cleaning, self-healing properties

• Durable paint protection against UV fading

• A vehicle that will look newer, longer—for 1 to 5 years!

Gyeon prep is an excellent panel wipe that helps ensure a ceramic coating is correctly installed on a vehicle.
Preparation is key! Every panel is wiped down with Gyeon Prep before a coating is applied.

Here’s why:

Gyeon is committed to quality. Compared with many car care companies that launch dozens of products each year, Gyeon introduces only a few. That’s because they do a deep dive into the development of those products. They’re focused on quality—not quantity. And the proof is in the product.

It’s the most technologically advanced coating. Gyeon, which was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, has the most innovative chemical technology on the market. They do all of their own research, development, and testing. They own their manufacturing process, chemical plants, and factory—with no third parties involved. Why is that important? Because Gyeon owns the whole process, they protect against shortages and snags.

Applying a Gyeon Professional Only ceramic coating at Immaculate Paint Protection.

Gyeon also uses the most technologically advanced chemicals. For example, their ceramic coating Type 1 Professional Coating is the only product on the market that features fluoro modified polysilazanes, making it the most durable and hydrophobic ceramic coating available. This creates a ceramic coating that’s super smooth to the touch with a slick feel.

On the other hand, other ceramic coating manufacturers say their products contain graphene, which is an impressively strong mineral. But the reality is, those companies are not actually using graphene. Instead, they sprinkle a chemical waste product of graphene into their product—as if it was pixie dust. But there’s really no benefit to it.

Multiple towels are needed to apply a ceramic coating so high spots do not ruin the ceramic coating installation.
Gyeon Soft Wipe towel - is the used for the third and final wipe to level the ceramic coating.

Gyeon’s ceramic coatings are the most durable. Longevity is the holy grail of car care. Gyeon is continually improving upon their core formulations of their existing coatings so they are always on the leading edge of technology, making their products even more durable and long-lasting.

Gyeon’s offers an exclusive line of ceramic coatings that are for professionals only. Convinced Gyeon ceramic coating is right for you? Great! The ceramic coating we use is available exclusively through Gyeon-approved shops like mine.

Gyeon is selective about who they partner with for their professional-grade coatings. They don’t allow all shops to apply their products. In fact, they’re so selective that they have only about a quarter of the number of installers than many other ceramic coating manufacturers have.

At my shop, our trained technicians apply the coating to your vehicle in a few days. It’s a multi-step process, and the most important part is preparing your vehicle for the coating. Proper preparation prevents poor performance.

Inspecting the coating application to ensure a quality ceramic coating installation and another satisfied client.

We’ll wash your vehicle at least twice before we even get close to it with ceramic coating. We’ll polish your vehicle, which is more commonly called paint correction. Then we’ll use our experience and expertise to apply nuances for proper application of the ceramic coating.

The advancements in the Gyeon Type 1 and Type 2 coatings means that only a single coat is required for phenomenal results. Other ceramic coatings require multiple coats—with diminishing returns when each subsequent coat is applied. On the other hand, Gyeon’s ceramic coating is once and done. This makes for a high-quality installation. This advancement in technology has rendered old, multi-later coatings obsolete.

We train you to care for it. All of our customers are invited back to Immaculate Paint Protection after 30 days so we can teach you the best way to care for your car and ceramic coating.

Ceramic coating will keep your vehicle cleaner, longer. You need only to wash your car about every 650 miles. Once every few weeks is optimal because it’s important to decontaminate the coating and keep debris from building up on it.

Gyeon car care products offered by Immaculate Paint Protection.
Gyeon Prouduct available to the consumer for professional - "just detailied" results.

Gyeon’s ceramic coating comes with a warranty. Each bottle of Gyeon ceramic coating comes sealed from the factory and labeled with a serial number, proving it’s an authentic product. We give our customers that serial number in their warranty packets. In the highly unlikely you’re your ceramic coating has a problem, Gyeon can use that number to identify the exact batch of ceramic coating your car was protected with—and when and where it was produced.

Immaculate Paint Protection installs only the best and highest quality ceramic coatings that is why we use Gyeon ceramic coatings
Gyeon Type I and Type II Professional Only Coatings

Gyeon’s ceramic coatings come with the industry’s first and only freedom of choice warranty. This gives you two options:

• If you want to maintain your vehicle yourself, it comes with a five-year warranty.

• If you want to bring your vehicle back to Immaculate Paint Protection every 2 years or 12,000 miles for service, it comes with a lifetime warranty.

Other ceramic coating installers who use products other than Gyeon are 4 to 5 years behind me in technology. I’m pleased to offer these top-quality products to my customers.

From Google review:

“I recently had ceramic coating applied to my new car. Mr. Bill Fetter, the owner of Immaculate Paint Protection, is a consummate professional. Before he touched my car, he gave me a phone interview about what I wanted and, based on my responses, what he recommended, which was not the most expensive option but what he felt was most appropriate.”

—Rafe K.

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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.

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