While there are several ways of applying a ceramic coating, removing one is not as easy. A ceramic coating works by sticking itself onto the clear coat of a vehicle paint surface. The bond creates a thin yet durable layer of protection against UV rays, chemicals, bird droppings, and more.
To remove a ceramic coating, Most people purchase a nano ceramic coating product because they are looking for an affordable, low-maintenance product to keep their car shiny and protected from the elements.
It is a good idea to remove older coatings before applying a new coating, as they are designed to adhere to clear coats and not other layers of coating.
KISHO Glass Coating has a long life span.
Methods to Remove Ceramic Coatings, the best way is Polishing for Removing Ceramic Coatings.
Universally recognized as the most effective and popular method for removing a ceramic coating, polishing is the way I’d go. While polishing a vehicle is also a recommended step for installation of a ceramic coating, this method is quite a bit more labor intensive. It’s also pretty specialized and requires some experience with polishing compound.
You see, in this method of removing nano coating from paint, you’ll progressively use different grades of cutting compound to remove the coating, without damaging the clear coat surface.