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Old 08-03-2018, 11:54 PM   #1
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Name a Ceramic coating ideal for outside use,non garage etc

Hi I operate on a mobile basis valeting and detailing cars etc, apart from cquk and liquid elements eco shield, what other coatings can be applied in good conditions outside, i.e a dry & calm, then not garaged over night? As I want to offer cetamic coatings more widely than just those who have a garage and I'm after trying something new. Thanks
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Your main issue is going to be dust settling on the prepared surface panels before applying the Ceramic, and in the half hour or so after until it hardens off enough. And ensuring nothing drops on the car overnight, including rain, dew, bird muck etc. That's going to be a tall order. I would have thought a car port is the minimum you will need.

We have a new product out that doesn't require certification, offers great value and is a pure 9H product. Check out Race Glaze 9H Ceramic, might be what you're looking for.
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Your main issue is going to be dust settling on the prepared surface panels before applying the Ceramic, and in the half hour or so after until it hardens off enough. And ensuring nothing drops on the car overnight, including rain, dew, bird muck etc. That's going to be a tall order. I would have thought a car port is the minimum you will need.

We have a new product out that doesn't require certification, offers great value and is a pure 9H product. Check out Race Glaze 9H Ceramic, might be what you're looking for.
so you dont need to cover the car assume to apply your product or over night
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Ideally you'd want the car indoors, next best thing is a car port to prevent debris falling on it, assuming its a windless day/night, but its all very risky tbh beyond that.

Application is possible outdoors, Kenolon (pro-only product) has been successfully applied, but the car was wheeled indoors straight after.

Cant you put the car under a gazebo ? That'd work.
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have a look at wo-wo crystal sealant
it is not ceramic but a very long lasting sealant which you could apply outdoors
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Why would you compromise on coatings to apply outside, try to get access to friends garage or possibly work place?, then get the best coating that meets your needs rather than compromise, that would be my thinking.
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