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Auto Detailing Permanent Coatings Growing

September 21, 2013

Premere Auto Detail has seen a tremendous increase in the application of Permanent Coatings to vehicles, which is replacing traditional waxes and sealants.

Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 21, 2013

Traditional waxes and sealants for cars are being replaced by permanent coatings. Premere Auto Detail of Washington, DC has noticed that more auto enthusiast are having permanent coatings installed on their vehicles than ever before. Permanent Coatings offer the shine and a more intensive durability than waxes or sealants, but do not have to be reapplied every few months. This ground breaking innovation has rapidly evolved the automotive and detailing industry.

Premere, being the authorized installers of Washington, DC for both CQuartz Finest and Opti-Coat Pro permanent coatings, has seen an increase in the amount of permanent coatings they have been installing. Auto detailing is the art of thoroughly cleaning, correcting, and protecting exterior and interior surfaces of a vehicle. This level of professionalism and attention to detail cannot be achieved from a simple car wash. Permanent coatings is now the pinnacle of auto detailing along with intensive paint correction processes.

Mike Calloway, the Operations Manager of Premere Auto Detail says, "There will come a time when many car buyers will be educated about permanent coatings and opt to have them professionally installed directly after they purchase their vehicles to ensure they do not have to worry about maintaining paint protection."

The concept of not having to apply any wax or sealant to a vehicle after a permanent coating has been installed is hard for many car enthusiast to grasp. However, one must also consider the evolution of automotive paint and paint protection to understand how possible this process is. In the 1970's and earlier, all cars came with a single stage paint job. This included just painting the car its color. In the 1980's, clear coats were introduced into the automotive paint industry. Many cars now had their color coat protected with clear coat. The application of clear coat on vehicles was ground breaking and still has a strong presence in automobile industry today.

Much like clear coating was hard to grasp initially in its time, but monumental for the automotive industry. So is permanent coatings that are now rapidly replacing traditional waxes and sealants. If you would like to learn more about permanent coatings, feel free to search for the two brands that are leading the way in permanent coatings, Optimum Opti-Coat Pro, and CarPro CQuartz Finest. You can also view Premere Auto Detail's website for more interesting information and videos of permanent coatings.

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