Teflon Coating / Tetra Coating / Nano Ceramic

What is Teflon Coating?

Teflon coatings are often referred to as anti-rust coatings or paint protection coatings. Teflon is a fluoropolymer derived from chemical synthesis. Chemours, a DuPont spin-off, discovered the Teflon chemical compound originally. In the future, this substance developed into its type of paint sealant. In addition to its non-stick and low friction properties, Teflon possesses dielectric properties, making it an excellent material for protecting the paint.

Advantages of Teflon Coating (Pros)

  • Scratches Are Prevented: When we dust our cars with a cloth, we don't realize that we are scratching the paint even more. It is easier to remove dust from the car if it has a Teflon layer on it.
  • Enhances Hydrophobicity: Water stains can damage a car's paint surface, and the harder the water, the more staining. In addition to preventing stains and preserving the shine, Teflon prevents water from remaining on the surface of the car.
  • Application of a Teflon coat will remove scratches on the paint surface, while scratches that have penetrated the paint cannot be removed.
  • Your car's paint looks pristine for a long time due to the Teflon layer on the surface. As a result, your car's paint is protected against the effects of natural elements. Check Price

Disadvantages of Teflon Coating (Cons)

  • Short durability: Teflon Coating provides enhanced protection and shine but Teflon is a relatively weak substance. Compared to other coatings, Teflon tends to wear out easily. As Teflon wears off over time, it will need to be reapplied every six months.
  • High Cost: It is considerably more expensive to have Teflon coating applied to your car than any other paint-protection treatment. Service centers and car dealers can be particularly expensive. As previously stated, the Teflon coating can usually be removed very quickly, so you'll have to keep reapplying. Moreover, Teflon coating's short durability will make it more expensive. Check Price

Teflon Coating Process

  • Pre-Snow Foam Wash: All Dirt And Mud From Car Paint will be Removed by Snow Foam Wash.
  • Full Exterior Detailing: Full Exterior will be Detailed and Cleaned. Logo, Alloys, Tyres, Wheel Arches, Doors, etc will be detailed and Cleaned.
  • Full Interior Car Spa: Interior will be vacuumed & Cleaned in a Detailing Manner.
  • Clay Treatment: It will remove complete Tar and stuck dirt from the car paint Surface, also it will cut down the roughness of the paint and make it much smoother than earlier.
  • 2 Step - Rubbing: Exterior Compounding will be done to remove all possible removable Swirls Marks And Scratches. Compounding will be done in Dual Step (Double layer) Rubbing Manner.
  • Paint Correction: Day by Day Usage of Cars makes their Paint Dull and Faded. Compounding, it will correct the paint and also give the Car a Brand New look.
  • Post-Snow Foam Wash: Post Washing is as much as Important as Pre-wash because it removes all remaining residues of Compounds.
  • Polishing: Double Layer Polishing; First Base Coat will be applied so it will hold a strong base of the paint. A secondary Shine coat will be applied to give the car its brand new look along with exclusive Gloss.
  • IsoProp: Removal of Chemical Impurities from the Paint Surface.
  • Select Application: Application of Ceramic Sealent lock out cars Gloss and Hydrophobic effect of car paint. It will also protect it from the Sun UV Rays.
  • Wax Application: The application of Ceramic Wax will Enhance the look of the car and Give it an Extra Shiny Gloss Layer Over Sealent. Check Price

Teflon Coating VS Ceramic coating

Teflon coating is not the only option. Ceramic coating can also be used. As part of the ceramic coating, the paint is protected from other external deterioration by a clear layer. Carborundum, which is among the hardest materials, is a ceramic coating in contrast to Teflon. A coating like this will protect the car paint from rust and scratches. The ceramic treatment is more durable and effective when considering the protection ability. The ceramic coating can last up to 3 years or even longer. Although the ceramic coating is more expensive than Teflon, it is still less expensive than PPF.