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If you're like us, you love your car and making it insanely beautiful is almost as fun as driving it. Ceramic Slam spray coating lets you take things to the next level in protection and shine.
Our goal was to make it FAST, EASY, AND MISTAKE PROOF - Spray it on, Buff it off and let it cure, it's that easy. Once cured, you can repeat the same process as many times as you like, it will stack nicely and ad more depth and protection.
Ceramic Slam repels water like no other and reduces dust while protecting your finish from bird doo-doo, road salt, and other contaminants. The arch-enemy of hybrid SiO2 sprays is high PH soaps. Ceramic Slam is a true Ceramic spray coating and laughs in the face of these cleaners.
True ceramic spray coatings don't leave a chalky residue and are great for both glass and plastic surfaces, creating a hard, hydrophobic and protective coating.
Produce a true ceramic coating that is ultra-easy to use and virtually mistake proof. Which will provide months of protection and a mind-blowing shine and depth.
Ceramic spray coatings offer an incredible shield between your car's paint and the elements. It wasn't long ago that you had to pay a professional upwards of $1,200 to gain the benefits ceramics had to offer. Lithium Ceramic Slam now makes it possible to do it yourself and get professional results!
Ceramic Slam is The Anti Magneto - it repels everything, except for shine. Making every surface stay cleaner, longer, and when it is time to wash, it is super quick and easy.
It will last for 6-8 months, depending on the season (winter will be less). You might be thinking, "everyone else is promising years," Just remember promising and delivering are two very different things.
Thanks to another satisfied Lithium customer who sent in this video of the hydrophobic effects of Ceramic Slam. He was so happy after washing his car he couldn't help but video his results and share them with us. So here you have it, a real world example of the results you can expect to achieve at home, in less time than it takes to wash and dry your car!
Seems like a cut and dry question. However, the answer to this can actually get a bit squishy as ceramic sprays come in a number of variations and concentrations. The ceramic coatings and sprays with the highest concentrations are usually applied by a professional and can be somewhat intimidating as a DIY project. These concentrated ceramic coatings have a very high percentage of solids and SiO2 and a smaller percentage of polymers, making the margin of error when applying them, fairly slim.
Therefore, we decided to take a different direction when we formulated Ceramic Slam. Don't get us wrong, we love the benefits of ceramic coatings and the fact that they last for months. However, we also love to do things ourselves, which brings us almost as much joy as the $900.00 to $1,000 dollars we save when using our ceramic spray coatings and not a true ceramic coating.
We wanted a ceramic spray product that was super easy to use but it had to last, and provide the results worthy of our aspirations, and yours. After countless formulas and applications (about 106, but who's counting :) we came to the conclusion that reducing the concentration of SiO2 made applying the formula and removing it super easy. However, what about longevity, well there in lied the question. This approach yielded us about 4 to 6 months of protection “tops”. Even though the shine was incredible, we didn't consider this a win.
The 'Aha moment' came when someone at the office was painting a set of old rims in the test lab and started commenting on how "painting is a pretty good metaphor for what we do" and that putting on two light coats of paint is far more durable than one heavy coat.
The reason being: there is bonding happening at two levels, acting as a shield over a shield. With this inspiration fresh in our heads, we started stacking this easy to use to ceramic spray formula. Basically, applying one coat, allowing it to cure, then applying a second coat. With this method, we were able to achieve about a 48% increase in longevity.
Now we had a ceramic formula that was easy to use, superhydrophobic, and provided 6-8 months of protection. Not to mention it could be executed by anyone who could spray a bottle.
Ceramic is an incredibly hard substance (hence why it works so well) so anyone with the mind to use their newfound 'Super Power' would be wise to follow the Lithium "3 to 6 - P" rule. Why all rules start with "P's" we have no idea but stay with us. They are as follows "Proper Paint Preparation" eliminates the chance for "P*ss Poor Performance". Pardon our language but it was so clever we couldn't help ourselves.
Start by running your hand along the surface of your paint. If it feels rough and scratchy, that is the result of contaminants such as, metal shavings, brake dust, tree sap, etc. embedding its way into your paint. The last thing you want to do is shellac over the top of this stuff. So take the extra 20 or so minutes needed to clay bar the surface first. If you chose to forego this step, the surface must be washed at a minimum. We are big fans of chemical decontamination like an iron remover or all-purpose cleaner so that is also a good step in preparing your paint for the ceramic spray coating.
Now that the surface of your vehicle’s paint is smoother than glass and you are feeling quite satisfied with what you have achieved, it is time to let the slamming commence! Work the ceramic spray in about a 2' X 2' area at a time, as you get better, you can expand your reach. Liberally spray Ceramic Slam spray coating on a cool surface, then use a clean microfibre towel and spread it in a crosshatch motion, first vertically, then horizontally, to make sure you do not miss any surface area.
Allow the product to remain on the vehicle's surface for a few minutes, then buff it out with a clean microfibre towel. Spray the ceramic coating on the entire car in this manner. Avoid the temptation to spray additional coats of ceramic spray on an area until it has cured for a couple of hours. If you get high spots which look a bit like streaking, no worries just let sit on the surface for a few minutes, then flatten them out with a damp microfibre towel.
There you have it, Ceramic Coatings 101 "Defined and Applied Course". Now it’s your turn so order your bottle of Ceramic Slam spray coating today!
Pre-wash all the surfaces you will coating. Now run your hand along the paint, if it feels rough and scratchy you will want to clay bar the surface. As you do not want to apply this ceramic coating over rough paint, chrome, plastic, or glass.
Apply Ceramic Slam to a clean microfibre towel or applicator and spread on about a 2 square foot area in the direction the wind passes over the paint. Then make another pass in the opposite direction, creating a crosshatch pattern.
Allow product to cure approximately 5 Minutes then buff with a clean microfibre towel to an insane shine.
Apply to one panel at a time for ease of use. If the product feels too sticky to remove after five minutes, reduce the time the product is on the panel for the next panel.
Ceramic coatings can occasionally be tricky. If by chance you over apply the product in an area and you see a bit a streaking no worries just wipe it with a wet microfibre and they will disappear.
Ceramic Slam is extremely "stack-able" which means you can add additional coats to increase durability and protection. As Ceramic Slam cures it will develop even more shine. After allowing the surface to cure for about 6 to 8 hours you can then repeat the process by adding another coat for added protection.
With a single coat, you can anticipate 6 to 8 months of extreme protection. Two coats of our ceramic spray coating will give your paint a shield which will last 8 to 12 months.
Avoid getting the car wet for 24 hours until completely cured.
Note 1: Make certain the surface is cool to the touch when applying. It is recommended not to apply in direct sunlight This product dries extremely hard.
Note 2: Remove sprayer nozzle from bottle after use and spray clean water through to remove any leftover Ceramic Slam from inside the nozzle.
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