November 22, 2020
NXTZEN Authorised Dealer RL Pro Car Care treated this black Ford Ranger Wild Track with our Graphene Serum Coating, demonstrating the before and after results in the featured video.
After a thorough paint decontamination, the paint was professionally polished by RL Pro to remove paint defects. It's a common misconception that brand new cars such as this Ford Ranger come from the dealership flawless. After removal of the waxes and glazes used during pre-sale preparation, you can easily see in the video the widespread surface marring present in the paint. Prior to applying a ceramic coating, it's important to minimise this paint damage. The level of finish is dictated by the client, however all vehicles receiving a professional NXTZEN coating service will receive a single stage paint enhancement as a minimum standard.
Now that the paint is up to an acceptable standard, it's time to prepare for the ceramic coating. An alcohol based paint cleaner is used to remove any remaining oils and silicone from the surface. It is necessary to have a perfectly clean surface for a ceramic coating to bond correctly and achieve maximum durability.
NXTZEN Graphene Serum goes on thick and increases the colour intensity which is particularly obvious on darker coloured vehicles. Because this type of ceramic is fast curing, each panel is carefully coated section by section and left to cure indoors. Our Ceramic Professional and Graphene Serum is touch dry within 30 minutes, and can be exposed to water after 12 hours. Full chemical curing of the coating comes after 7 days.
Looking for a professional quality ceramic coating service in Sydney? Check out RL Pro Car Care and our network of dealers by clicking the dealer link on this website.
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59Racing will boast an international trio of drivers in the team's Silver Class McLaren 720S GT3 at this year's Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour.
Sharing the NXTZEN backed car will be accomplished GT racers Fraser Ross (Australia), Dominic Storey (New Zealand), and Martin Kodric (Croatia).