Aug 06, 2023

3 Easy Steps to Applying Nanocoat for Cars

3 Easy Steps to Applying Nanocoat for Cars

If you want to keep your car looking fresh and protected from the elements, nanocoating is a fantastic option to include in your next car clean. It forms a robust protective layer on your vehicle, preventing dirt, water, and scratches from taking a toll on your ride. To help you get started, we've broken down the process into three easy-to-follow steps. But first, what is nanocoat for cars? Let’s find out.

What is nanocoat for cars?

Before we dive into the application process, let's quickly understand what nanocoat for cars is all about. Once applied, nanocoat creates a protective shield on your car's surface, making it resistant to dirt, dust, and water. Not only that, but the protective coating also acts as a guardian against scratches and swirl marks. This means less frequent car washes, minimal upkeep and a gleaming ride that stays cleaner for longer.

How to apply nanocoat for cars

Before getting started, head to the bottom of this article for tips on safety, storage and more in relation to Car Nanocoat DIY Kits.

Now, follow these simple steps for a successful application of our nanocoat for cars…

1. Prepare the car

Start by thoroughly cleaning your car to ensure there's no debris or residue that might interfere with the nanocoat treatment. Give it a good wash and make sure it's completely dry before proceeding.

2. Apply the nanocoat

Take it one panel at a time. Spray the nanocoat solution on a single panel, then use a dry microfibre cloth to evenly spread it across the surface until it's completely dry. Once done, move on to the next panel, and repeat the process until the entire vehicle is treated with the nanocoating.

3. Post-application care

After applying the nanocoat, you might notice some "grit," "residue," or "swirly marks" on your car. Not to worry, this is normal and easily fixable. Wait for about 5-10 minutes and use a damp cloth to polish the car, removing all the excess nanocoat. Wipe off the wet grit and residue with a dry cloth. You might have to repeat this process a few times, but once complete, you'll have a clear and clean car with the nanocoat successfully applied. Remember to give your car at least 24 hours to dry completely, and try to avoid getting it wet during this time.

Congratulations! You've successfully nanocoated your car, giving it the protection it needs to stay clean and shiny for longer.

Safety, storage and other important information in relation to Car Nanocoat DIY Kits…

  • We recommend wearing gloves while using this product.
  • Ensure that the treated area is well-ventilated.
  • Do not store the product in direct sunlight.
  • Keep it in its sealed container with the trigger switch off and away from children.
  • In case of eye contact, wash out immediately with water.
  • Do not swallow or inhale.
  • Seek medical advice if necessary.
  • This product is for use on ceramic surfaces only.

In case of failed application…

If you have applied the nanocoat incorrectly and need to remove it, use a strong alcohol-based cleaner or methylated spirits (found at most hardware stores or supermarkets). Apply the cleaner to a microfibre cloth and wipe the nanocoat from the surface. Once the surface is clean, you can reapply the nanocoat following the instructions above carefully.