SONAX Profiline CC36
The SONAX Profiline CC36 ceramic coating kit is a must-have for any new vehicle owner or enthusiast looking to protect their investment. CC36 is a premium ceramic coating that bonds to the paint. CC36 provides industry leading long term protection with exceptional resistance to UV light and chemicals, but also to aggressive environmental influences such as road salt, tar, and street and industrial pollution. The surface becomes extremely hydrophobic, acts as a dirt repellent and provides effortless maintenance as a result. Easy-to-Clean! Easy to apply 2-step system! This kit does not require the use of specialized equipment nor does it require special training. One of the most effective ceramic coatings on the market. Gives an incredible deep shine with impressive colour intensity and depth. If properly maintained, CC36 can protect for up to 36 months with annual service and upkeep.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is special training required?
No special training or equipment needed! SONAX Ceramic Coating CC36 bonds to paint surface providing a glass-like finish, but flexible long term protection with exceptional resistance to UV light and chemicals. Also provides protection to aggressive environmental influences such as road salt, tar, and street and industrial pollution. The surface gets super hydrophobic, acts as a dirt repellent and requires less maintenance effort due to Easy-to-Clean effect. Gives an incredible deep shine with impressive colour intensity. When used in combination with SONAX Polymer Net Shield, protection can last up to 3 years.
Which surfaces can be treated with CC36?
In principle, all car paintwork surfaces with clear coat can be treated, provided that the vehicles do not have a matte lacquer applied. CC36 protects clear coated paints with a high gloss, transparent and extremely hard coating made from siliceous nanoparticles. While, CC36 can be applied to wrapped surfaces, durability of the protection is more limited than on clear coated surfaces.
How can a coating be both hard and flexible at the same time?
When the hard silicate particles have bonded in the hardening process they strengthen the top coating layer and make it more resilient without stiffening the clear coat. As such the coatings layer thickness is extremely thin, and thus remains flexible. Example glass fibre: Although this material is normally rigid, in very thin diameters it can be bent.