Ceramic Pro Wheel Coating is the product used in more rough environments. It is utilized as one component coating and should be applied in one layer. Once sprayed on a surface, it is comparable to 40 coats of 9H.
With the formula applied, the surface of the wheel or rim becomes so smooth that brake dust and other contaminants won’t stick to it! Benefits include:
- 9H Permanent Coating
- Anti-Graffiti & Anti Fingerprint
- Yellow Discoloration Proof
- Super Chemical Resistance
- UV Resistance
- Thermal Resistance (up to 1200⁰C)
- High Gloss Finishing
This same formula is used on boat hulls, pipes, facades, rims, oil-rigs and many other industrial surfaces and materials. It protects the surface from any harsh chemicals, dirt, UV and growth leaving surfaces with less friction. In addition to being resistant to graffiti, solvents, acids, bases, and chemicals, our wheel coatings can help prevent brake dust build up and help resist the elements that your wheels face on a regular basis.
Your wheels are a big part of your vehicle’s appearance, so take the first step toward protection and schedule an appointment for your estimate.
For more information, view the video below or visit ceramicpro-dc.com/wheel-protection.
We can wash your tires along with your paint, giving them a spectacular shine, but what about wear on the tread? For that, our friends at Tires By Web have provided some helpful information on reading tire tread, checking inflation and more.
How To Read Tire Tread
Despite loving our cars, we don’t always love paying attention to routine maintenance. Statistics show people generally take a middle-of-the-road approach to our vehicle’s tires — something that keeps us in the middle of the road.
According to a national survey, only 17 percent of drivers are considered “tire smart.” Tire smart is defined as knowing how to check tire pressure – which means checking it at least monthly, comparing it to the recommendations by the vehicle maker and checking tires while they’re still cold.
Not paying attention to tire inflation and tread levels can have deadly results. Right before the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration required the installation of tire pressure-monitoring systems in all new light vehicles, flat tires and blowouts caused nearly 80,000 crashes annually. Tread depth and extreme weather also factored into tire problems in the pre-crash phase. Forgetting about tire maintenance is easy, but it does cause dangerous consequences.
About Checking Tire Tread Depth
There are several simple ways to inspect tires and tread depth without calling a mechanic. Drivers can perform a visual inspection, check for tire wear by feeling the tire tread, and by checking inflation levels with a tire pressure gauge.
Maintaining proper tire inflation is important because tire wear can be determined by whether the tire is underinflated or overinflated. If a tire is filled too much or too little, it can result in uneven tread wear.
Tire tread and pressure should be inspected frequently — once a week would not be overdoing it. Check your tires visually, by feeling the tread, and by checking the inflation levels with a tire pressure gauge. The standard “kicking the tires” won’t cut it for determining condition or safety anymore.
Learn about tire tread with the following guide by Tires By Web.