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What Is Graphene Ceramic Coating?

Graphene ceramic coating is an advanced coating solution in automotive paint protection, made of a single layer of honeycomb shaped carbon atoms. It is the hardest, most lightest material driven from Graphite. It is a very rigid material almost 200 times stronger than steel and harder than diamond. It is typically applied to the exterior paint, wheels, and other exposed components for protection from the environmental elements & surface enhancement.

What Are The Benefits Of Graphene Coating?

So what’s the big deal? What is it that graphene coating does?

Graphene coating serves multiple purposes in car detailing, including:

Protect Against Wear & Tear: Graphene protective coating forms a robust protective barrier, shielding your vehicle from a multitude of environmental challenges. It fights off contaminations like bird droppings, road grime, rust, sticky tree sap, and harsh chemicals.

Maintain Showroom Worthy Shine: One of the remarkable features of graphene nano-coating is its ability to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your vehicle. Graphene coating doesn’t just prote­ct. It enhances the gloss and depth of the car’s color. Your car keeps a ne­w-from-the-showroom shine, enhancing its overall appearance.

Low Maintenance, Saving You Time & Effort: Thanks to its hydrophobic nature, graphene coating repels water effectively. It not only prevents water spots but also makes cleaning very easy. Water & contaminants bead up & roll off the surface, reducing the effort required to maintain a spotless & pristine exterior.

Protection from Scratches & Swirl Marks: High-Performance coating increases the surface­ toughness of the car’s paint, scoring an amazing 10H in hardness. This means be­tter scratch protection. It also stops tiny scratches and swirl marks that come­ with everyday use.

UV Shield for Paint Preservation: UV rays from sunlight can cause your car’s paint to oxidize­ and fade. But graphene oxide coating acts like­ a UV protector, safeguarding your paint. It kee­ps your car’s vibrant colors intact and reduces the damage­ from prolonged sun exposure. It effectively disperses heat for added protection.

Simply put, graphene­ coating goes beyond the usual prote­ctive materials. It uses mode­rn nanotechnology and material feature­s to deliver an all-in-one solution, which he­lps maintain the longevity, appearance, and resilience of your vehicle’s paint.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Is The Difference Between Graphene And Ceramic Coating?

While both graphene and ceramic coatings offer protection for automotive paint, graphene coatings offer superior properties, including higher conductivity, flexibility, and better scratch resistance. Graphene coatings may also exhibit improved hydrophobicity and heat resistance compared to traditional ceramic coatings.

Comparative Table: Ceramic Coating vs Graphene Coating
Property/CharacteristicCeramic CoatingGraphene Coating
DurabilityTypically durable, offering strong protection against UV rays, chemicals, and oxidation.Extremely durable, surpassing ceramic coatings in terms of hardness and resistance to wear and tear.
HardnessHigh hardness, providing a strong protective layer on the surface.Exceptionally high hardness, often exceeding ceramic coatings, making it more resistant to scratches and abrasions.
Heat ResistanceGood heat resistance, protecting the surface from moderate temperature variations.Excellent heat conductivity and resistance, making it highly effective in handling extreme temperatures.
Hydrophobic PropertiesProvides hydrophobicity, causing water to bead and roll off the surface.Exhibits superior hydrophobic properties, leading to excellent water repellency and self-cleaning effects.
Chemical ResistanceResistant to various chemicals and contaminants, protecting the underlying surface.Offers strong chemical resistance, making it effective against harsh chemicals and environmental pollutants.
Thickness of CoatingGenerally thicker compared to graphene coatings.Thinner coating with the potential for a more uniform and even application.
FlexibilityRelatively rigid once cured, providing a solid protective layer.Exhibits flexibility, allowing the coating to move and adapt to the substrate, reducing the risk of cracking.
Application ProcessTypically requires meticulous preparation and careful application.Application process may vary but generally involves fewer steps due to the thin nature of graphene coatings.
CostGenerally more affordable compared to graphene coatings.Often more expensive due to the advanced technology and unique properties of graphene.
Optical ClarityMaintains optical clarity, preserving the appearance of the surface.High optical transparency, allowing for a clear and glossy finish.


Which Is Better, Graphene, or Ceramic Coating?​

Graphene coatings are considered an advancement over traditional ceramic coatings, offering superior performance in terms of durability, scratch resistance, and other protective attributes. So is graphene coating better than ceramic, yes it is.

Can You Put Graphene Over Ceramic Coating?​​

Yes, in some cases, it is possible to apply graphene coating over an existing ceramic coating for additional protection. However, proper surface preparation and compatibility between the two coatings should be considered.

How Long Does Graphene Coating Last?​

Graphene coating lasts between 5-7 years depending upon the specific product you choose. But, some products can last up to 10 years with proper car maintenance.

Does Graphene Coating Protect From Scratches?​

Yes, with it’s 10H hardness & self-healing properties the graphene coating enhances scratch resistance; it also protects against swirl marks and other minor abrasions.

Can You Put Graphene Over Ceramic Coating?

Yes, in some cases, it is possible to apply graphene coating over an existing ceramic coating for additional protection. However, proper surface preparation and compatibility between the two coatings should be considered before applying it.

Graphene Coating Vs PPF Paint Protection Film

Both Graphene and Paint Prote­ction Film (PPF) serve a common goal – guarding your car’s paint. But, they differ in their functions and ways of application. PPF, a thermoplastic urethane film, is applied to the car’s paint. It offers strong defe­nse against rock chips and minor abrasions. On the­ other hand, Graphene latest in nanotechnology is a fine thin laye­r of single two-dimensional carbon atoms packed in a honeycomb shape, that forms a strong invincible barrier against scratches and chemical pollutants and enhances the car’s appearance for a very long time.

Comparative Table: Graphene Coating vs PPF (Paint Protection Film)
Property/CharacteristicGraphene CoatingPPF (Paint Protection Film)
DurabilityExceptionally durable, providing strong protection against wear and tear.Durable, offering a robust barrier against road debris, stone chips, and environmental elements.
HardnessExtremely hard surface, making it resistant to scratches and abrasions.Flexible and impact-resistant, designed to absorb impacts and prevent scratches.
Application ProcessApplied as a liquid coating, may require professional application for optimal results.Installed as a film, often requires professional installation due to its adhesive nature.
AppearanceEnhances the gloss and clarity of the vehicle’s finish.Transparent and virtually invisible, maintaining the original appearance of the vehicle.
Self-Healing PropertiesMay have self-healing properties, repairing minor scratches over time.Some PPFs come with self-healing capabilities to mitigate the appearance of light scratches.
CostCost may vary, generally more expensive than traditional waxes or sealants.Can be relatively expensive, especially for high-quality, top-tier films.
ThicknessThin and uniform application, adding minimal thickness to the paint surface.Thicker compared to coatings, providing a more substantial physical barrier.
FlexibilityHigh flexibility, allowing the coating to adapt and move with the substrate.Flexible and conformable, able to cover complex shapes and contours of the vehicle.
MaintenanceRequires periodic reapplication for optimal performance.Low maintenance, with regular washing and detailing sufficient for upkeep.
ProtectionOffers protection against UV rays, chemicals, and environmental contaminants.Provides a physical barrier against stone chips, bug splatter, bird droppings, and minor impacts.

What are the disadvantages of graphene coating?

There­ are pros and cons to graphene coatings, like­ anything else but it has more advantages than disadvantages. Some of it’s limitations may include;

  • Cost: Compared to traditional coatings, graphene coating is relatively expensive mainly due to its complex technology & cost of graphene material.
  • Application: You can have a Graphene coating DIY kit. But, without the­ right skills and tools, hitting pro-grade results might be a ste­ep climb. DIY attempts may not match the se­rvices of a skilled professional.
  • Surface Preparation: Graphene application requires a perfectly spotless surface, otherwise any contaminants or imperfections on the surface can affect the coating’s performance. Therefore Getting your surface prepped may require more effort than you may have thought.
  • Thickness Issue: Maintaining the thickness throughout the surface requires professional expertise. Uneven application may affect the coating’s effectiveness and aesthetics.
  • Compatibility with Other Coatings: Usually it can be applied over other coatings, but at times proble­ms can emerge whe­n grafting a layer of graphene ove­r existing coatings. A nicely prepared surface­ is vital for good layering, due to possible compatibility issues.

How To Apply Graphene Coating?

The application process is simple but involves thorough surface preparation, including cleaning and decontamination. Follow these general steps:

  • Wash and dry the vehicle.
  • Decontaminate the paint surface.
  • Apply the graphene coating using an applicator.
  • Allow the coating to cure as per the product instructions.
  • Buff and polish the coated surfaces for a smooth finish.

How To Maintain Graphene Coating?

To maintain a graphene coating:

  • Use a pH-neutral car wash.
  • Avoid abrasive cleaners.
  • Regularly wash the vehicle to remove contaminants.
  • Dry the car thoroughly to prevent water spots.
  • Conduct periodic inspections for damage or wear and tear.

How To Remove Graphene Coating?

Removing graphene coating requires abrasive methods, such as polishing or using specific coating removal products. Follow these steps cautiously and refer to the product guidelines:

  • Wash and dry the vehicle.
  • Apply a coating removal product or polish.
  • Use a polishing machine for even application.
  • Wipe away residue and inspect the surface.

How Much Does Graphene Coating Cost?

Graphene coating costs can vary based on factors such as the brand, product formulation, and the size of the vehicle. At D&W Studio our professional graphene nano spray coating price starts from $1500.

Is graphene a good coating?

Graphene oxide is a very good coating, its nano spray provides long term paint protection from day to day wear & tear and helps maintain the overall aesthetic value of the car’s paint.

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