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Ceramic Nano Coating VS Wax

By Consumer

Using wax on a car may provide a nice finish and sense of “newness” for a car, but it does have its pitfalls. Wax can not prevent scratches, chips, or other forms of minor damage to a vehicle. Additionally, water spots, streaks, and dirt still find their way onto a fresh coat of wax. What can you use to achieve an exceptionally glossy finish and total protection from minor damage and external blemishes? Enter Ceramic Nano Coating.

Ceramic Nano Coating picks up where wax leaves off. The coating bonds to the already existent clear coat on a vehicle which makes it easy to apply. Once applied, the coating creates a durable hydrophobic surface that prevents environmental contaminants like bugs, dirt, and tar from adhering to the paint. It enhances scratch resistance, making vehicles easier to clean, and protects against damage from UV rays, extreme temperatures, and acid rain.

It even adds an amazing high gloss finish that increases depth of color. Additionally, the semi-permanent coating won’t wash off like wax, it comes with a 6 years of guaranteed paint protection.

Interested in Ceramic Nano Coating? Check out our own Candy Coat Pro. The coating provides overall protection that keeps the vehicle’s paint in like-new condition for years.

Maintaining Your Vehicle Windows

By Consumer

Keeping your windows clean not only maintains the overall look of your car, but is essential for your safety while driving. Dirty windows cause light rays to scatter and can increase glare that impares visibility, but cleaning your windows can result in a streaky finish that’s just as distracting. Not to worry, with the right products and technique you can leave your windows looking brand new and streak-free.

Interior Windows

  1. A high-quality glass cleaner not only helps cut through dirt and grime on windows, but also delivers a streak-free finish. Spray the cleaner directly on the cloth when cleaning the interior of a window.
  2. Make sure to use a microfiber cloth when cleaning your windows. The very fine weave and softness of the cloth allow for an effective, yet gentle way to scrub dirt and fingerprints from glass.
  3. Wipe the window in every direction. Wipe the window up-and-down and then side-to-side. This method helps to limit streaking.


Exterior Windows


  1. Make sure to wash your car before cleaning the exterior of windows. An overall wash allows for the removal of most of the major grime and debris, which makes cleaning the windows later much easier.
  2. Unlike the interior, you should spray the glass cleaner directly onto the exterior window. This allows for dirt and bug residue leftover from the wash to dissolve and makes it easier to wipe off.
  3. Make sure to use a microfiber cloth. The cloth grabs onto dirt and bugs and leaves the ideal streak-free shine.
  4. Use the same motion as the interior windows to limit streaks, however, use additional pressure when needed to scrub of bugs and dirt.

Now you’re off with a great set of shiny windows that not only look great, but will help your visibility and keep you safer on the road.