What are Cera Guard Coatings?

Cera Guard GO GREEN NANO PROTECTIVE COATINGS is a unique ceramic molecular compound formula (Nano – Ceramics) that forms a transparent and stable silicone layer on the surface ensuring that your vehicle is rendered anti corrosive, scratch – resistant and dirt – repellent. In addition it provides the surface with a protective UV, hydrophobic and Oleo-phobic coating.

In our endeavor to bring these modern day essentials to our end users, we ensure that every product is researched and tested by an experienced team of professionals before it meets your exacting standards.

What is Cera Guard Ceramic Nano Protective Coating?

Cera Guard Ceramic Nano Protective Coating is an application of nano structures that builds a consistent network of molecules on a surface. One atom of silicon and two atoms of oxygen combine to form the chemical formula SiO2 or Silicon Dioxide.
Considering that Silicon and Oxygen are the most abundantly found elements in the earth’s crust it also means that it is the most natural coating to protect your vehicle from dreaded environment corrosion, UV rays, oxidation, tarnishing, acid stains, bird droppings and graffiti impressions.

How Cera Guard Ceramic Nano Protective Coating Works?

Cera Guard Ceramic Nano Protective Coating is a low viscosity; methyl substituted organic silicone dioxide based coating technology. An application of Cera Guard provides the surface with an anti-corrosive protection and easy-to-clean, thermal barrier resistant to weather, UV rays and chemicals, high temperatures and oil and water stains.

How Cera Guard Ceramic Nano Protective Coating Works on Glass?

NNormal glass is porous and rough allowing liquid or water to spread. Courtesy the silicon dioxide in Cera Guard, the molecules enter the gaps caused by water or other liquids thereby creating a covalent bond making it smooth in addition to providing the glass with a long-lasting quality.

What is covalent bond?

A covalent bond means that the coating breaks down the electrons within the surface and therefore becomes a part of the surface.