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The BOSS in paint protection!

In the world of exterior vehicle protection, Nano-Ceramic Coatings are the ultimate boss. A protective nano-ceramic coating not only lasts years rather than months but will add a layer build of additional protection to your vehicle's exterior to help keep your vehicle looking like-new with minimal maintenance over its suggested lifespan. Protective Nano-Ceramic Coatings also protect your vehicle from elements such as UV rays, oxidation, bird/bug/waterspot etching, abrasion, and acid rain all while providing am enhanced deep gloss shine. All of these benefits simply make it the BOSS in protection!

Why choose Detailed, LLC for your coating

Detailed, LLC offers the finest Ceramic Coatings on the market, and can tailor packages to meet your personal unique needs and requirements. The popularity of nano ceramic coatings has exploded in the last five years, and unfortunately there is a lot of misinformation when it comes to ceramic coatings and the benefits. By choosing Detailed, LLC, you are ensuring a properly installed coating with no short cuts.


• Increased resistance to marring and scratching

• Strong UV resistance

• Hydrophobic

• Added depth and gloss
• Resistance to industrial fallout
• Resistance to bird,
bug, lime and acid rain
• Makes vehicle incredibly easy to clean

• Resistance to water spotting
• Durability
• Easy maintenance

• Surface versatility (paint, glass, plastic, vinyl, leather and carpet)

Detailed, LLC is certified by and recommend the following coating brands:
• Feynlab
• Gyeon
• Fireball
• Undrdog

If you have a particular coating brand you’d like to use, please ask! Otherwise Joe will recommend his favorite depending on your personal case.

It is, however, important to realize that ceramic coatings are not the be all, end all when it comes to paint protection, and in many cases, a wax and/or sealant combination may be more favorable for your vehicle. Give Joe a shout to find out what the best option is.

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