Ceramic coating is not harmful to car paint!
The phenomenon that really causes ceramic coating to damage car paint is actually man-made:
1. The materials of traditional ceramic coating merchants are not refined.
Just like the towels used in daily cleaning, the material is good and it will feel comfortable when cleaning the face, otherwise it is like using abrasive paper. In order to save costs and increase the repurchase rate of customers, most traditional merchants use ordinary instruments and polishing reagents, which naturally causes more serious damage to the paint.
2. The traditional ceramic coating technicians are not skilled.
Often, after the first use of ceramic coating, the merchant will urge the user to return to the store for a second polishing. It's called excellence, but it's not. Because the craftsmanship of the technicians is not perfect, the ceramic coating work of the first time is often incomplete. The so-called secondary polishing is actually to compensate for the defects of the first work.
A good ceramic coating product plus an excellent and attentive technician will make the use of ceramic coating more perfect and better performance.