Let us protect your car with a ceramic covering from Gtechniq.
Gtechniq Crystal Serum is a ceramic covering for cars. The process includes putting a liquid polymer on the outside of the vehicle to make a strong, long-lasting layer of protection. The main goal of Gtechniq Crystal Serum is to physically bond with the paint on a car, making it more resistant to damage from pollution and UV rays. We offer this process and more at Osiris Paint Protection & Window Films. Continue reading to learn more about this product and how our team can help you protect your car.
Ceramic finishes, like Gtechniq Crystal Serum, for cars are popular because they offer several significant benefits. First, they provide long-lasting protection. With proper maintenance, they can last for several years. Second, Gtechniq Crystal Serum makes the paint on a car less likely to get scratches and swirl marks, and the ones already there will look less noticeable.
Also, once applied, your car’s paint is resistant to chemicals that could otherwise damage the paint job. Gtechniq Crystal Serum also protects against the sun’s ultraviolet rays, which can cause paint to fade after years of exposure. Our customers also like the hydrophobic properties of the Gtechniq Crystal Serum since the coating repels water and makes it harder for dirt and grime to stick to the surface.
Our team is trained in the proper installation technique to ensure your ceramic coating bonds well. We can also provide tips to keep the coating’s protective qualities over time. If you’re curious about Gtechniq Crystal Serum and the other Gtechniq products we provide for customers in Raleigh, North Carolina, stop by and talk with our team today.
At Osiris Paint Protection & Window Films, we install Gtechniq Crystal Serum ceramic coatings for customers in the Triangle and Wake County, including Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Apex, Burlington, Charlotte, and Morrisville; Johnston County, including Clayton and Smithfield; and the rest of North Carolina, plus all surrounding states, including South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Maryland.