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Is It Worth Getting Paint Protection on a Car?

For many car enthusiasts, their beloved vehicles are more than just machines. They see them as their children, deserving of careful attention and protection from harm. It’s like raising a living being, with the car showing off its power and speed on the road while acting as its protector and caregiver, ensuring it looks good and has enough fuel to keep going. Car lovers know how much they care about their vehicles. Thus, most automotive car detailing services in Auckland offer ceramic coati

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What is car paint correction(cut and polish)?

Car detailing is an important element of keeping any car’s appearance and value. Cut and polish is a common detailing procedure that involves removing scratches, swirl marks, and defects from any car’s paintwork to obtain a glossy, flawless surface. In this post, we’ll look at the advantages of cut and polish, as well as one of the products we use at RNA that can help you get a professional-looking finish: The Rupes UNO Protect Introduction to  Cut and Polish Cut and polish, also referred to as pai

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Ceramic coating, quartz, graphene coating – a full guide

For your average car lover that wants a new coating, there is one major hurdle to understanding the market; the names. Quartz, Graphene, Ceramic, what is the difference and where should you start? Let’s start with Ceramic Coating , as it is the broadest term. This term covers a whole line of products designed to coat a surface to protect it from damage. The broadness of this helps to keep all of the products in the line, even if they are intended for different vehicles, applications, or finish typ

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Ceramic coating – why you need one

Ceramic Coating technology has evolved over the past few years and now they are more popular than ever, but we want to dig into the reasons why it has become so popular. One of the main reasons people choose to get a Ceramic Coating is to keep their car looking new, clean, shiny and the most important benefit they have in mind is to protect the car’s exterior. No matter where you live or where you park your car, weather elements such as rain, the sun, or snow can cause extensive damage, this is w

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Maintaining a ceramic coated car

Time moves on, and nothing lasts forever. As with anything else in life, a ceramic coating cannot be completely neglected. Yes, it will protect the paint from all sorts of damage, but it takes the wear itself to do so. Meaning that to keep up the protection, it will need some minimal care and basic automotive common sense to keep it shining. So, how do we recommend making your coating last its full length and come out the other end looking like new? It’s quite simple, and not much different from

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Expertly hand washing your car

Hand washing a car needs to be done with extra care and the right tools to avoid causing too many swirl marks. We recommend following this step-by-step guide to minimise swirl marks caused during the hand washing process. Before beginning, we recommend you prepare the products from the  What you will need  list below. We cannot stress enough how important it is to never dry wipe your car when it comes to removing particles stuck to the paintwork. When you dry wipe the paint you damage the clear coa

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Nano ceramic coating versus wax

Waxes What is automotive wax? When talking about automotive waxes, there are several different materials we can refer to. Waxes are often referred to as “malleable solids,” or a substance that can change from solid to liquid relatively quickly. Most automotive waxes are made of carnauba and paraffin, but there are synthetic options as well. Automotive waxes are rarely made 100% of wax, as this would be too hard to spread evenly on the car’s surface. Solvents and lubricant oils are usually added to

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A complete guide to swirl marks

Today we are going to dig into the specifics of what swirl marks are, how they are caused, and the exact steps to prevent, and remove them. There are various circumstances, environmental conditions, and product application processes that can leave marks on the surface of a car. These often lead to frustration as when it comes to removal sometimes it’s just not that easy.   Defining a swirl mark Swirl marks are defined as micro-scratches that are revealed when the surface is exposed to direct sunli

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The Science Behind a Ceramic Coating

Everything you need to know about the science behind a ceramic coating! A ceramic coating is a type of protective coating applied to an object’s surface. The coating is made up of a variety of chemical components, which work together to provide several benefits. The rest of this blog post examines the science behind ceramic coating, describing how the various pieces work together to produce a highly durable and efficient product. What is a ceramic coating? Ceramic coating refers to a thin layer of

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Where else can you apply a ceramic coating?

The typical assumption in the market when it comes to coating is that it is just something that you do to the body of the car. But this is a misconception, as coatings can be used all over. From plastics to metals, to glass, and carbon fibre. A coating is something that preserves a vehicle all over, from top to bottom. A good example is under the hood of the car. For a fair few of us, we may never think to look under the hood of the car. It is a dirty, musty place, full of fumes and dirt. But tha

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