This Is The Truth About Ceramic Coatings On Cars

You all know about Jason Fenske from the famous YouTube channel Engineering Explained, right? He is famous for his well-explained and informative videos. Today we bring to you another video where Jason Fenske will be taking on all of the myths that surround the ceramic coatings.

Ceramic Coatings Explained By Engineering Explained’s Jason Fenske!

The expert engineer wonderfully covers all of the ins and outs of these strong coatings while explaining to his viewers about what is true and what isn’t. The video’s description says, ‘If you’ve followed the ceramic coating craze lately, you may hear claims like these coatings completely preventing scratches and rock chips, or that you’ll never need to wash your car again. Not exactly accurate, but that’s not to take away from the very real benefits that these coatings provide, like the ease of maintaining your paint’s cleanliness, protection from things like tree sap, bug guts, and bird dropping, the deep, glossy appearance, and of course the very popular hydrophobic, or water-repelling, qualities.’

Ceramic Coatings Explained By Engineering Explained’s Jason Fenske!

It goes on to state the following, ‘So let’s start with how it works, why it’s useful, and then get into some of the more common misconceptions. XPEL’s ceramic coating, fusion plus, is a silicon-based product. So you have a carrier fluid containing nanoparticles, and these tiny particles create an inseparable bond with your paintwork that can’t easily be washed off like a wax or sealant. Really, one of the easiest ways to think about a ceramic coating is like a semi-permanent wax or sealant.’

We won’t tell you more about the video. Why? Because we would very much rather that you learn about the ceramic coatings and the myths surrounding them from the man, Jason Fenske, himself. So, what are you waiting for? Check out the video below and do let us know what you think of it and be sure to share it with your friends!

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