CNP-Auto's permanent ceramic coating - Future Protection for your Car


1.What is CNP-Ceramic permanent coating?

CNP-Ceramic permanent coating is an innovative product that offers the car's paint surface protection against external factors such as dirt, salt, resin and bird droppings. This coating is designed to give your car long-lasting protection and shine, and is one of the latest innovations in Car Care.

1.1 How does CNP-Kestopinoite differ from wax or sealant?

Unlike traditional car waxes or sealants, CNP-Ceramic permanent coating forms a very durable and long-lasting protective layer. Not only does this protective layer disappear after a few washes, but it can last for years as long as it is cared for properly.

2. The advantages of CNP-Ceramic permanent coating

2.1 Longevity

One of the most significant advantages is the durability of the permanent ceramic coating. While traditional wax can only last a few months, CNP-Ceramic coating lasts for several years.

2.2 Gloss maintenance

Your car's paintwork will remain shiny and like new for longer. The ceramic coating gives a deeper and richer shine than most other products on the market.

2.3 Easy to clean

It is more difficult for dirt and other impurities to stick to the surface of the ceramic coating. This means your car stays cleaner for longer and is easier to wash.

3.How does CNP-Ceramic permanent coating work?

CNP-Ceramic durable coating forms a very hard and durable protective layer on top of your car's paintwork. This layer is so thin that it is almost impossible to see with the naked eye, but its effects are significant.

3.1 Chemical bonding

When the permanent ceramic coating is applied to the paint surface of the car, it forms a chemical connection with the molecules of the paint surface. This creates a very durable and long-lasting protection.

3.2 UV protection

The sun's ultraviolet rays can fade the car's paint over time. Thanks to the permanent ceramic coating, your car's paintwork gets effective protection against UV radiation.

4. Applying permanent ceramic coating

Although many people may find it tempting to apply the permanent ceramic coating themselves, it is often recommended that a professional do the job. Applying the coating requires careful preparation and the right tools to achieve the best end result.

Car CNP-Ceramic Permanent Coating - Why is it the next big thing in car care?

5. Yleisiä myyttejä keraamisesta kestopinnoituksesta

5.1 "Ceramic coating makes my car scratch-free"

Although the ceramic coating makes the surface of the car harder and less prone to small scratches, it does not make your car completely scratch-resistant. It provides additional protection, but a strong impact or scratch from a sharp object can still damage the paint finish.

5.2 "I don't have to wash my car anymore"

Although ceramic coating makes cleaning your car easier, it does not eliminate the need for regular washing. Coating helps keep the car cleaner for longer, but impurities and dirt still need to be removed from time to time.

6. Possible disadvantages of permanent ceramic coating

6.1 Costs

The price of a professional permanent ceramic coating can be high. However, given its longevity and level of protection, many consider it a good investment.

6.2 Suitability

Not all car coatings are necessarily suitable without instructions to give the most spectacular shine to your car's colors. Before getting a coating, it is recommended to talk to an expert to make sure it is suitable for your own car, also cost-effectively.

7. Care and maintenance of permanent ceramic coating

7.1 Washing and cleaning

Although it is easier to keep the car clean after coating, it is important to use the right detergents and tools. Too strong detergents can damage the coating.

7.2Repair of scratches

If your car gets a scratch after ceramic coating, it doesn't necessarily mean that the whole car needs to be redone. Often small scratches can be repaired locally.

8. Comparison with other protective products on the market

8.1 Ceramic coating vs. wax

As mentioned before, traditional car wax does not last as long as ceramic coating. In addition, the wax's shine can fade faster, and its protective properties are often more limited.

8.2 Ceramic coating vs. sealants

Tiivistysaineet ovat myös suosittuja auton suojauksessa, mutta ne eivät yleensä tarjoa samaa kestävyyden tasoa kuin keraaminen pinnoitus. Ne voivat tarjota hyvää suojaa lyhyellä aikavälillä, mutta ne eivät ole yhtä pitkäikäisiä.

An In-Depth Analysis of Ceramic Permanent Coating - Is It the Right Choice for You?

9. Ceramic permanent coating technology

9.1 Nanotechnology and its role

Nanotechnology is the key to the efficiency of ceramic coating. Small nanoparticles form a tight protective layer on the car's paint surface, preventing water, dirt and other impurities from sticking.

9.2 Chemical composition

Ceramic coatings are mainly composed of silicon dioxide (SiO2) and other compounds that give it its unique hardness and luster.

10. Ceramic coatings are mainly composed of silicon dioxide (SiO2) and other compounds that give it its unique hardness and luster.

10.1 New car owners

New car owners can take advantage of ceramic coating to keep their car's appearance as original as possible.

10.2 Classic car enthusiasts

Lovers of classic cars often appreciate their original paintwork and want to protect it. Ceramic coating can be an ideal solution for this.

10.3 Everyday drivers

If you drive your car regularly and want it to look good with as little maintenance as possible, ceramic coating may be the right choice for you.

11. How to choose the right permanent ceramic coating?

11.1 Assess your needs

Different products offer different features. It is important to choose the one that best suits your needs.

11.2 Ask the CNP- experts

Contact CNP car care stores or experts for product range recommendations.

11.3 Read reviews

There are many reviews and user experiences of various products online. They can help you make an informed decision. You can find professional installers of CNP ceramic permanent coating here: installation points

12. Final thoughts

Permanent ceramic coatings have revolutionized the car care industry in recent years. Their longevity, protection and ability to keep the car looking like new have made them very popular among car owners. However, as with any product, it's important to do your research and make sure it's the right choice for you and your car.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions about Permanent Ceramic Coating and Car Care

1. Is a ceramic coating worth it?

Yes, ceramic coating is suitable for most cars. It protects the paint surface from various harms caused by the environment, gives the car a wonderful shine and makes washing the car easier.

2. How long does the ceramic coating last?

The duration of the ceramic coating depends on which treatment you end up choosing. The duration of CNP nanoceramic products is 3-6 years. But in some cases even longer if the use is less.

3. Why ceramic coating?

Ceramic coating is recommended for its many advantages: it provides long-lasting protection, prevents UV radiation, gives a deep shine and makes the car water-repellent.4. Voiko "tähän päälle" laittaa keraamisen pinnoitteen?

It is recommended that before applying the ceramic coating the car is completely clean and any scratches have been repaired. Applying "on top of the unkempt" can lead to an uneven finish.

5. How much does it cost to grind a car?

The price of Car Milling depends on the size of the car, the condition of its paint and what kind of service you want. Prices usually range from a few hundred euros upwards.

6. How long does Hard wax last?

Hard wax typically lasts from a few months to half a year, depending on the vehicle's use and environmental conditions.

7. Is it worth coating a new car?

Yes. Coating a new car protects the original paint surface and helps preserve it in its original condition.

8. What is car milling?

Car grinding is a process in which small defects in the paint surface, such as scratches and oxidation, are removed using a special disc and paste.


Hopefully, these answers will help you gain a better understanding of ceramic resist coating and other related questions.