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Thread: Ceramic car coating ......Scam... wilshful thinking?

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    Default Ceramic car coating ......Scam... wilshful thinking?

    The hot setup in car waxing is ceramic nano coating. It cost around $1000. Is this a marketing scheme or does it work? Would it work for bare steel?What do people think? Edwin Dirnbeck

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    I am pretty sure this is common in Nigeria, but you have to prepay.


    Edit to add: Never heard of it, but it sounds hinky to me.
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    Rust is the ultimate ceramic nano coating !!
    For real.

    -Doozer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doozer View Post
    Rust is the ultimate ceramic nano coating !!
    For real.

    -Doozer
    Ferro-ceramic nano coating????
    The shortest distance between two points is a circle of infinite diameter.

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    Ceramic wax? What? I don't see the two going together... ceramic and wax.

    Nice packaging, though, that's worth more than the product, apparently.

    Typical scam type advert... buzz word use, slick packaging, all designed to make you think you are getting something real.
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    So many red flags.

    The fractured English. The gratuitous buzz words. The unsupported claims.

    Sure glad it protects against the "iron powder" menace, though.

    Ed
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    I don't know anything about this coating for car paint. Somewhat related though, there is a ceramic nano coating (not a paint) for rifle barrels that works very well to resist fouling and corrosion. That stuff is applied to bare steel, and there are two different products, one for inside the bore (exposed to high heat, pressure, and friction) and another for external surfaces mainly for rust prevention. The final product looks similar to a waxed surface, although it does not contain wax and lasts much longer. I expect similar technology could be used to protect paint as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwin Dirnbeck View Post
    The hot setup in car waxing is ceramic nano coating. It cost around $1000. Is this a marketing scheme or does it work? Would it work for bare steel?What do people think? Edwin Dirnbeck
    I had my new car treated with Cilajet four years ago. I can attest that is does indeed work.

    It also is not cheap. JR

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    Remember Poly Glycoat ????? How well did that work out???

    JL....................

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