Things to Know about Car Coating Silica-based or quartz-silane-based compounds are two of the substances that make up glass coating for the paint on car bodies. This type of material does not usually stain. Your car surface will retain its shine much longer because they are much better than wax. Their composition is not easily subjected to oxidation which make them an effective car coating. Certain substances bind with oxygen (oxidation) causing them to deteriorate and weaken in the process. Your car will be left susceptible to rust and damage if your car wax gets oxidized and deteriorates. Glass coating – or simply ‘coating’ – provides longer lasting protection and shine for your car surface.
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The active ingredient of most car wax is carnauba wax oil. Palm tree extracts are the main source of carnauba wax oil. Carnauba wax oil is known to be a good water-repellent and also good for hiding tiny scratches on car surfaces. However, its viscosity makes it easily become dirty. It also tends to soften and melt under high temperatures caused by exposure to the sun or through engine heat. Water in the form of rain or a power washer can also break it down. Coating, however, is made up of better substances like silicon, silica, fluorine, and titanium. When these substances are applied (as a coat) on your car’s surface, they lodge beneath the surface of the paint’s molecules. The protection and shine of your car can withstand all sorts of dirt, heat, cold, and rain for a very long time. There are different ways of applying coating ranging from simple to complex, from a job you can do yourself or one that requires the expertise of a professional. It is of utmost importance, however, that your car’s surface is absolutely free of dirt before applying the coat. Do not skip this step of cleaning your car’s surface if you want excellent results in car coating. Comparing Silica-based with Quartz-Silane-based Two of the commonest glass coatings are the silica-based and the quartz-silane-based. If you want a more durable, high-gloss finish coating, then a quartz-silane-based coating is what you need. However, it is more expensive and takes longer (about three weeks) to cure on your car’s surface. The silica-based coat is, however, the cheaper option and will also coat and protect your car for a longer period than wax. However, because of its weaker water-repellent properties, it is less durable than the quartz-silane-based over a long period of time. The silica-based and quartz-silane-based glass coats are the two leading car coatings in the industry today because of the cutting-edge technology behind their manufacture.