Introducing Adam’s Ceramic Wheel Coating, a 9H ceramic wheel protection program that provides extreme gloss and durability. With changes in chemistry and advancements in ceramic-related science, we are now able to analyze the precise method to applying ceramic coatings and the materials needed to do so. We’ve carefully crafted the kit to provide everything you need to properly apply and finish the ceramic coating process. Adam’s Ceramic Wheel Coating is an ultra-durable, 9H hardness Ceramic. This formula is incredibly easy to use and provide extreme gloss and shine as well as leaves a long-lasting surface protection.
Adam’s Ceramic Wheel Coating is a simple, ready to use system that combines versatility with ease of use. Throughout the time that we have offered a Ceramic Wheel coating, we currently have offered single soft towels or borderless grey towels depending on the kit, but we’ve learned the plusher the towel the more oils are taken away during the process.
What is new? In addition the towels, we have completely revamped the Surface Prep used in the process. In each of our ceramic coating kits, we have previously supplied our Coating Prep with a 30% IPA mixture and an effective tool for the coating process. As we have furthered our ceramics offering and deeply invested ourselves into perfecting ceramics for both the professional and the consumer, we have realized that our previous Coating Prep had a tendency to slightly grab and wasn’t as slick as we wanted during our final wipe downs. We have worked diligently through countless iterations of our Surface Prep to perfect the formula for both easy application, fast evaporation, and effective removal for pre-protection applications.
In the detailing world, it’s become testament that preparation is key. Caring for your towels properly, polishing paint to perfection before ceramic coatings, claying the surface before applying wax… Detailing is a combination of compounding steps to ensure a perfect finish is achieved and properly maintained. The highest achievable rank of protection we have to offer is our state-of-the-art ceramic coatings, which require multiple steps to ensure a flawless application. The last step before the ceramic coating process is a thorough wipe with an IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) based solution to remove any existing residues or surface contaminants left behind during the polishing process. If this step isn’t executed properly, all the hard work and efforts you’ve previously performed can all go to waste.
For Use on Wheels:
Step 1: Remove the 4oz bottle of Adam’s Surface Prep and supplied Surface Prep Towel and fold towel into fourths. Prepare your wheels and use the supplied 4oz bottle of Adam’s Surface Prep and Surface Prep towel to clean and degrease the surface of any existing protection or residual films. Spritz each surface with a direct spray and once into the towel to optimally clean the surface. For heavily contaminated wheels, we recommend thorough cleaning with Adam’s Eco Wheel or standard Wheel Cleaner. In addition, a Fine Grade Clay bar and Detail Spray will help to remove any stubborn contamination from the barrels and/or faces.
Step 2: Remove the supplied Ceramic Wheel Coating bottle from the packaging and the pair of supplied gloves. With the gloves on, open and begin to dispense the coating onto the supplied Micro silk applicator and begin the coating process. Begin to work the product into the surface, ensuring full coverage over the desired area. Cross-hatching motions are favored during this process and overlapping your previous pass by 50%. Since the product is being applied to a clear coated or finished surface, you will notice the product start to flash or “rainbow” after about 30 seconds to a minute depending on climate. For application on Matte/Satin wheels, you will not notice a rainbow, but still need to wipe away the excess after the allotted time. After 1-2 minutes, you are ready for removal of the coating.
Step 3: To begin the removal process, remove 1 of the supplied coating removal towels from the packaging and fold the towel into fourths. Begin wiping the coating and applying minimal pressure to the towel. Once fully removed, allow coating to fully cure for 24 hours, free from elements or weathering. Not allowing optimal time will force the coating to cure with whatever elements touches it during the curing process. Once cured, you’re free to enjoy the open road and have coated, perfected wheels no matter how harsh the conditions.
Step 4 (Optional): To give your wheel coating that extra pop after application, spray Adam’s Ceramic Boost to the coating to top the coating with an added layer of silica enhancement. Apply as needed.