We have had several customers ask us about curing lights for ceramic coatings, and if they are the only way you can correctly apply these coatings. This is not true at all, curing lights are useful for workshop and detailers as its speeds up the curing process. But the end result of a coating cured by light and a coating left to cure on its own, are the same. As far as we are aware, there is no evidence to suggest that the lights help or improve the coating at all. These coatings are designed to be used at home, by customers who do not have curing lights available to them. So if you are being told that it’s a must, that’s not correct. And they are doing this so that they can get you in the door and charge you big money for a coating application, that you could have done yourself at home.
One thing you should always consider when getting any work done to your vehicle. Is that the professionals are at the top of their game. Chris our professional Detailer is IDA approved, a globally recognised detailing trade standard. To get the best results, make sure your always working with the right people for the job.
Chemical Guys revolutionary new Cyclone Dirt Traps have just landed, and are available in both black and red.
About Cyclone Dirt Trap
The Cyclone Dirt Trap bucket insert sits at the bottom of your bucket while you wash filtering water non-stop. It’s the filter that never stops. The cyclone Dirt Trap help eliminates wash swirls and scratches with Cyclone Dirt-Trap Filtration Technology. The round wash screen separates abrasive dirt and silt from clean and soapy wash water with scores of cyclonic dirt funnels. Separating dirt from clean and soapy water keeps abrasive debris off the wash mitt, and therefore off the paintwork for a scratch-less car wash. Traditional wash baffles use large vertical screens or disposable mesh filters in an attempt to separate dirt from water, which always ends up cloudy with loose contamination and abrasive filth. These designs are defeated by the mere act of dunking the mitt into the bucket, which pushes and pulls water and dirt straight through the vertical openings of the poorly-designed screens. The cyclone funnels of the Dirt Trap separate dirt through centripetal force and push it through tiny holes underneath the wash screen. The dirt remains trapped underneath the funnels and cannot easily flow back up through the tips once the mitt is pulled out from the water. The one way Cyclone Filtration system is a passive filter that never needs replacing and does not rely on moving parts, no disposable filters, and requires no maintenance or energy to set up, use, or store. Continue reading Chemical Guys New Cyclone Dirt Traps are here !!!
There is only one option when it comes to the ultimate in protective ceramic coatings. CarPro’s CQuartz Finest of course. There is not much we need to say when you can see the results for yourself.
We are all setup for another year at Flat Nats, NZ’s largest Subaru megameet at Manfeild, come and say hi to John and Chris !!
Rain and CarPro Hydro2, match made in heaven. So easy to apply too, using the ready use Hydro2 Lite. Spray right on the car, wash it off with the water blaster, and your done.
Hydro2 comes in two forms, ready to use which is the Lite version and the concentrate that needs to be diluted. Get yours now !!!
Ready to Use – CarPro – Hydro2 Lite – Wipeless Spray Sealant – 1L
Concentrate – CarPro – Hydro2 – Spray & Rinse Coating – 500ml
Concentrate – CarPro – Hydro2 – Spray & Rinse Coating – 1 Litre
Check out our latest edition of Detailers Guide now at Drive Life. This edition focuses on the questions and behind Ceramic Coatings and our recommended product C.Quartz FINEST. Head on over to Drive Life to check it out by clicking the link below.
When your considering investing in a ceramic quartz coating to protect your vehicles paintwork, you want to know that they people you are dealing with are the very best the industry has to offer. Our detailing team, Finer Details are CarPro NZ Certified Detailers, leaving you with the satisfying task, of enjoying how amazing your vehicle now looks.
We are proud supporter of Drive Life, NZ enthusiast driven automotive news and reviews website. They take great pride in their car review photos, and quite often come in to see us before a photoshoot. We were lucky enough to have a look around this beast while we washed and dressed it, ready for its moment in the sun.