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    Review & How-To: Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating

    Review & How-To: Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating





    Product: Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating
    Project: 1951 Mercury Coupe

    After machine compounding and polishing the paint on this custom show car to perfection my next goal was to take the already stellar results to an even higher level. What I want to do is create that glassy look where the paint truly looks like it has a fire glaze that bakes in the shine. To get this kind of look plus long lasting protection and easy maintenance I knew the right category of paint protection product would need to be a ceramic paint coating.

    Besides the fact that the 1949 to 1951 Mercury body styles are prized for customizing among top car builders in the custom car hobby this particular 1951 Mercury also has a custom flame job painted by JoAnn Bortles of Crazy Horse Custom Painting.

    To show off the crazy flame job the iconic body style famous on the show car circuit I chose Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating to create insane shine while also providing years of protection to the custom paint job. The other benefit to using a ceramic paint coating is the self-cleaning effect since the coating creates a hydro-phobic surface meaning water and other liquids are repelled from the surface. This makes cleaning faster and easier no matter what approach you use to clean your car including,

    1. Traditional car wash
    2. Rinseless wash
    3. Waterless wash
    4. Spray detailers
    This is one of my favorite aspects about ceramic paint coatings and that's how much faster and easier it is to wash and dry a coated car. It is this characteristic that separates paint coatings from traditional car waxes and synthetic paint sealants besides the extended protection and striking visual appearance Uber Ceramic Paint Coating imparts to the finish.


    Review
    If you're looking for long lasting protection, we're talking years not months but you want something that's as easy to apply and remove as your favorite carnauba wax or synthetic paint sealant then you Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating.






    This is the easiest ceramic paint coating you ca find when it comes to application and removal. It's so easy that even someone that has NEVER used a ceramic paint coating before can get the same insane high gloss results you'll see below.

    There are two components to the Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating.

    1. Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating.
    2. Wolfgang Perfekt Finish Paint Prep.



    Wolfgang Perfekt Finish Paint Prep
    For anyone new to paint coatings but even to those that are familiar with paint coatings, one aspect that separates paint coatings from traditional car waxes and synthetic paint sealants is the prep work necessary in order to properly and successfully apply a paint coating.





    Surgically clean surface
    In order for the Uber Ceramic Paint Coating to form a proper bond to the surface the surface must be free from any form of contamination that would hinder the coating from bonding. There are a number of ways to ensure a completely clean surface but the best way and the method that won't cause micro-scratching at the same time is to use the Perfect Finish Paint Prep with plenty of clean, soft microfiber towels.

    Perfect Finish Paint Prep is a spray-on panel cleaner that safely dissolves and loosens surface residues and impurities such as,

    Polishing oils
    These are lubricants used in most compounds and polishes and must be removed before applying a coating. Polishing oils are beneficial anytime you're removing paint defects like swirls, scratches, water spots and oxidation but after the compounding and polishing steps the polishing oils must be removed before you can apply a paint coating. This isn't necessarily true if you're going to apply a traditional car wax or synthetic paint sealant and this is an application aspect that separates paint coatings from these other two categories of protectants for paint.

    Fingerprints
    Your skin emits body oils, acids, salts and perspiration so if at any time you have touched the paint on your car you have contaminated the paint and created a surface where a ceramic paint coating will not properly bond.

    Silicone oils
    Chemist use types of kinds of varies silicone oils or silicone containing ingredients when formulating car care products for a multitude of good reasons. Sometimes it's to improve the performance of the product and sometimes it's to improve the users experience with the product such as easier wipe-off and often times it's for both reasons. However silicone oils will hinder proper bonding of ceramic paint coatings and must be removed before the coating application

    Fillers
    Some products includes ingredients generically called fillers and their purpose it to fill in and mask microscopic and fine imperfections as a way of enabling a person to create a more perfect looking finish. While this is beneficial for some paint polishing procedures that include sealing the paint with a traditional car wax or some synthetic paint sealants fillers will hinder proper bonding between a ceramic paint coating and the paint and must be removed.

    Glossing agents
    Glossing agents is a generic term for ingredients chemist include in products like spray detailers, spray waxes and car wash soaps that leave paint looking shiny after application and removal. Glossing agents must be removed before using a paint coating.

    Traditional car waxes and synthetic paint sealants
    Many traditional car waxes use a natural wax called Carnauba and this waxy substance will hinder the ceramic paint coating from forming a proper bond to the paint. Synthetic paint sealants use a myriad of synthetic protection ingredients and due to the secrecy involved in the car appearance manufacturing world we'll never know the names of all the ingredients used by all the various manufactures but suffice to say... these too must be completely removed in order for the Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating to make a proper bond.


    Practical application of Perfect Finish Paint Prep

    New and like new cars
    Wolfgang Perfekt Finish Paint Prep is the best way to prep paint before applying the Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating. For most cars in new or like new condition you would be able to simply wash the vehicle and the spray the Perfekt Finish Paint Prep onto a single panel and then remove it using a clean, soft microfiber towel.

    Older cars
    Older cars or cars with neglected paint should be polished first or for serious damage the paint should be compounded and polished to restore the finish to new condition before applying a paint coating.

    Recently waxed cars
    If you have recently applied a traditional car wax or a synthetic paint sealant then my recommendation would be to first hand or machine apply either a fine cut polish or a paint cleaner, (also called a pre-wax cleaner), to ensure all of the previously applied wax or sealant is 100% removed before using the Wolfgang Perfekt Finish Paint Prep. The reason for this is some car waxes and/or synthetic paint sealants also form a strong bond to the paint and expecting a spray-on product to remove 100 percent of these product might be expecting too much.

    Machine or hand applying a fine cut polish would be my preferred method of being absolutely sure all previously applied waxes or sealants are removed plus at the same time a quality fine cut polish like the Wolfgang Finishing Glaze will at the same time remove any fine swirls and scratches as well as any light water spots, surface contamination or oxidation. This single machine application of a fine cut polish will perfectly prepare the paint for the next step of removing the polishing oils using the Perfect Finish Paint Prep.


    My experience

    Perfect Finish Paint Prep

    Bubble Gum Scent
    First I love the bubble gum scent of the Perfect Finish Paint Prep. Other options for preparing the paint tend to have harsh solvent smell or flat out stink. So I give this product two thumbs up for the scent. It's not to strong but just enough bubble gum scent to make the prepping step a pleasant experience.

    Plenty of working time
    Some products flash to quickly reducing the time you have to fully clean the surface. These products also tend to offer less lubricity so wipe-off is more difficult and the risk for micro-scratching or micro-marring increases. Some products dry to slowly and this means more wiping to remove the product and the residues it loosens plus make this step take longer.

    Perfect Finish Paint Prep is right in the middle. You have plenty of time to spread the product out over the surface and then flip your microfiber towel to a dry side or grab a fresh, dry microfiber towel to make your final buff to remove surface residues.

    Here's a tip....
    Have plenty of clean, dry microfiber towels on hand and make it a best practice to switch to a clean, dry microfiber towel often to prevent any risk of cross-contamination.


    Summary
    Just like getting a new paint job where the most important contributing factor the end results, (a great looking finish), the prep work is vital when applying a ceramic paint coating. You want a product that's easy to work with and safe for the paint. You need a product that works to do the job efficiently.

    Perfect Finish Paint Prep meets the above criteria and my expectations for a safe, effective and fast method of preparing the paint for a ceramic paint coating.



    Uber Ceramic Paint Coating

    No noticeable scent
    This is actually a good thing. First of all a good chemist would not try to scent a coating as the ingredients that create smell would and would interfere with all the other responsibilities of the coating. Even better is there's now foul scent and this is usually an indicator of a high quality product as it means all the ingredients are highly refined to remove any v.o.c. through the formula, thus no noticeable odor.



    Plenty of working time
    Some coatings dry or flash very quickly, what this means to the user is you need a high level of skill, you can only tackle a small section at a time and you move quickly. Nothing wrong with these three issues but it does take some of the fun out of car care when you have to be so focused on doing everything right in order to avoid a mistake.

    Uber Ceramic Paint Coating has a medium flash rate, that is it doesn't dry too quickly and it doesn't dry too slowly. The working time to spread this product out evenly and uniformly over the surface is just right so that you can truly tackle a complete panel at a time. In my example the panels that make up a 1951 Mercury are quite large, equal to the body panels that would make up a large suv or truck. I had no problems applying to an entire panel at one time and then waiting about one minute before giving the panel a final wipe to remove any high spots (excess product not worked in).

    Note: When I coated the roof I divided it into to sections, the driver's side and the passenger side and that's because it doesn't make sense to try to walk around the car over and over again to apply and remove when you can just divide it in half and tackle one side at a time.


    For the wipe off I used my favorite microfiber towels for removing car waxes and synthetic sealants and that's super soft deluxe green microfiber towels with rolled edges. I like these because they are super soft and thus super gentle to highly polished paint finishes which is what I tend to work on.

    Folding these towels 4-ways gave me 4 sides to wipe with and using slow, gentle wiping motions wiping any excess coating or high spots off was easy.


    After applying the coating to the car panel by panel I gave the car a second, final wipe switching to clean, fresh super soft deluxe green microfiber towels. The end results were exactly what I hoped for and that's a super glassy finish that resembles the fire glazed finish on fine china.


    How To - Perfect Finish Paint Prep

    1. Mist the Perfect Finish Paint Prep to a section of a panel at a time.

    2. Using a clean, microfiber towel, spread the Perfect Finish Paint Prep over the section to be cleaned and then immediately flip your microfiber towel to a clean dry side or switch to a new, fresh microfiber towel to wipe off any residues.

    3. Move on to a new section of the panel and repeat the process or move to a new panel and repeat.

    Tip... use the buddy system
    If you really want to speed up the process and ensure an absolutely clean surface use the buddy system. The buddy system is where you have a buddy follow your path of travel and repeat the process. By wiping the vehicle down twice you dramatically increase the odds that the entire surface of the vehicle is 100 percent clean and free from any contaminants and foreign residues.




    How to - Uber Ceramic Paint Coating

    Important: Wear chemical resistant gloves.

    1. Remove the storage cap from the syringe and replace it the fine point application tip.

    2. Apply a strip of paint coating to the face of the coating applicator pad. For a brand new dry applicator pad I like to add 3 fine strips to help lubricate the surface to make wiping the foam applicator of a section of paint smoother and easier.

    3. Apply the Uber Ceramic Paint Coating over a section of a panel using a back and forth and side to side motion for uniform coverage. A little bit goes a long way and as you work the applicator over the surface much of the coating will disappear so pay attention where you've worked as there's no need to go over and over a section of paint just because you don't see a physical film on the surface. (that's a habit you learn from applying car waxes and synthetic paint sealants).

    After working the coating over a section of the panel apply a fine strip of coating to the applicator or directly to the paint and repeat to a new section of the panel. Continue this pattern until you have equally coated the entire panel.

    4. Use a clean, soft microfiber towel to give the panel you just coated a final wipe. For this you want to use the light around you and move your body in such a way as to enable you to see the surface of the paint to ensure there are now high spots of residue remaining on the paint. You are now done coating this panel.

    5. Repeat to the rest of the panels of the car.

    Glass, Chrome, Hard smooth plastic
    You can also use Uber Ceramic Paint Coating to glass, chrome and smooth hard plastic surfaces. These surfaces must be properly cleaned before application of the coating and then follow the same practice for applying and removing for paint.

    This custom 1951 Mercury has a LOT of chrome in excellent condition so like the paint we prepped the chrome and the glass and coated these surfaces as well.


    Quick Start Application Guide Included



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    Re: Review & How-To: Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating

    Step-by-step



    How To - Perfect Finish Paint Prep

    1. Mist the Perfect Finish Paint Prep to a section of a panel at a time.









    2. Using a clean, microfiber towel, spread the Perfect Finish Paint Prep over the section to be cleaned and then immediately flip your microfiber towel to a clean dry side or switch to a new, fresh microfiber towel to wipe off any residues.





    3. Move on to a new section of the panel and repeat the process or move to a new panel and repeat.

















    Very Important
    Have plenty of clean, soft microfiber towels on hand for the prep step to avoid cross-contamination.




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    Continued...


    How to - Uber Ceramic Paint Coating

    Important: Wear chemical resistant gloves.


    1. Remove the storage cap from the syringe and replace it the fine point application tip.












    2. Apply a strip of paint coating to the face of the coating applicator pad. For a brand new dry applicator pad I like to add 3 fine strips to help lubricate the surface to make wiping the foam applicator of a section of paint smoother and easier.







    3. Apply the Uber Ceramic Paint Coating over a section of a panel using a back and forth and side to side motion for uniform coverage. A little bit goes a long way and as you work the applicator over the surface much of the coating will disappear so pay attention where you've worked as there's no need to go over and over a section of paint just because you don't see a physical film on the surface. (that's a habit you learn from applying car waxes and synthetic paint sealants).

    After working the coating over a section of the panel apply a fine strip of coating to the applicator or directly to the paint and repeat to a new section of the panel. Continue this pattern until you have equally coated the entire panel.











    4. Use a clean, soft microfiber towel to give the panel you just coated a final wipe. For this you want to use the light around you and move your body in such a way as to enable you to see the surface of the paint to ensure there are now high spots of residue remaining on the paint. You are now done coating this panel.







    5. Repeat to the rest of the panels of the car.


















    Glass, Chrome, Hard smooth plastic
    You can also use Uber Ceramic Paint Coating to glass, chrome and smooth hard plastic surfaces. These surfaces must be properly cleaned before application of the coating and then follow the same practice for applying and removing for paint.
















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    Glass, Chrome, Hard smooth plastic
    You can also use Uber Ceramic Paint Coating to glass, chrome and smooth hard plastic surfaces. These surfaces must be properly cleaned before application of the coating and then follow the same practice for applying and removing for paint.


    Applying Uber Ceramic Paint Coating to the windshield









    After about a minute softly wipe the glass to remove any high spots...






    The final wipe
    It's a good idea to give the car a final soft wipe to ensure any and all high spots have been removed. Switch to clean, soft microfiber towels for the final wipe.








    Tip
    Look at panels from a low angle and use surrounding light on the surface to inspect for any high spots.





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    The final results...

    A super glassy looking finish that brings your car's paint to life!

















    Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating









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    Thanks Mike for the detailed review and how too. I might give this a try on my next new truck. You make it look so easy. By the way I have recently purchased your Complete Guide To Show Car Shine and its worth every penny. There are so many useful tips in there. Im slowly but shurely converting most of my detailing supplies from meguiars over to Wolfgang as I run out. The difference is like night and day.Thanks again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRDTACO View Post

    Thanks Mike for the detailed review and how too. I might give this a try on my next new truck. You make it look so easy.
    Thank you and to be sure... it really is as easy as I make it look in this how-to article.

    There's two keys to success when it comes to using this coating,

    1. You need to be happy with the way the paint looks before applying a ceramic coating.

    By this I mean, most people will want to remove any paint defects before applying a paint coating simply because that's really how you maximize the appearance of your car and that's by first perfecting the paint. If your car or truck is brand new or like new condition then perfecting the paint may mean doing as little as washing the car before using the Wolfgang Perfekt Finish Paint Prep. If your car is older or neglected then you'll want to do some polishing work first to remove the majority of defects like swirls and scratches.

    In this example, the paint on this 1951 Mercury had already been compounded by Todd Helme, Alberto Quiroscabrera and myself when we put the new RUPES Mark II polishers to the test. You can read about this here,

    Buffing curved panels with NEW RUPES Mark II BigFoot 21 & 15 Polishers





    2. Apply and remove to only one panel at a time with good lighting
    It's really that simple. The Perfect Finish Paint Prep wipes on and off easy so there's no struggle there and the Uber Ceramic Paint Coating spreads out easy and wipes off easy as long as you only work a panel at a time, (a panel is a hood or a door or a fender etc.), and/or if working on a large vehicle like a Tahoe for example, divide extra large panels like the hood or roof into a few smaller sections.

    Then use surrounding light to watch the surface as you apply the coating and again when you buff the paint to remove any high point.

    The glassy look simply can't be beat.



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    By the way I have recently purchased your Complete Guide To Show Car Shine and its worth every penny. There are so many useful tips in there.

    Thank you again and I'm glad you like the book. I grew up buying all the detailing books on the market and even car painting books because in the back of books on car painting are sections on buffing paint and for the most part I never really learned anything I could take with me out into the garage and put to use on a car.

    So when I wrote this book and all my other books I try to keep myexperiencee fresh in my mind and write in a way that's easy to understand and the information can be put to use by anyone working on anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRDTACO View Post

    Im slowly but shurely converting most of my detailing supplies from meguiars over to Wolfgang as I run out. The difference is like night and day.

    Thanks again.
    Thank you for taking the time to chime in on this write-up, its always appreciated.


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    Great review and detailed write up on this Mike! One question, after using a clean/soft microfiber towel to give the panel you just coated a final wipe would you recommend discarding that microfiber towel? Would some of the coating attach itself to the towel even after washing and possibly cause marring during future use?

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    Good God Mike. Beautiful Review & How-To. You keep raising that bar my friend.

    Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule to put this together. How much time was invested in the forum review?

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    Re: Review & How-To: Wolfgang Uber Ceramic Paint Coating

    Quote Originally Posted by XJL View Post

    Great review and detailed write up on this Mike!

    Thank you sir!


    Quote Originally Posted by XJL View Post

    One question, after using a clean/soft microfiber towel to give the panel you just coated a final wipe would you recommend discarding that microfiber towel?
    No, not at all. See my answer below...


    Quote Originally Posted by XJL View Post

    Would some of the coating attach itself to the towel even after washing and possibly cause marring during future use?
    That's possible but here's what I do...

    First, I check the washing machine here at work and make sure no one else is using it.

    Second, immediately after making my final wipe I take all the towels used for coatings and wash them them in hot water with a dedicated microfiber cleaner.

    I take care of most of the laundry around here as it relates to the show car garage and this means I see the laundry go in and I'm there when it's ready to come out of the dryer. Next I fold it and put it away.

    After any premium towels come out of the dry as I'm folding them I also inspect them to make sure any visible foreign contaminants are removed. My goal is always for Bob to be able to go out to the garage and grab a microfiber towel and have the confidence it's clean, uncontaminated and ready for him to use on his personal cars without any concern. I had this same practice when I worked for Meguiar's and taught all their classes. That is I washed, dried and folded all the microfiber towels so if Barry ever waked out to the garage he could trust the towels were safe to use.

    After any towels I've used with a coating come out of the dryer while I'm folding them I also inspect them with my sense of touch and should any feel like there's coating residue or any contaminant on the towel it's delegated to the door jamb pile or I use it the next time I check the oil level in my truck engine.

    Quality towels are too expensive to waste so be pro-active in how you wash and dry them after use and you shouldn't have a problem.

    Remember...
    If you're doing this correctly it's not like you're wiping off a traditional wax or sealant where there would be a LOT of residue coming off the paint.

    You're supposed to apply a thin coat, work it in till it disappears and thus there should only be scant high spots left for the final buff. That's a minuscule amount of product.

    Good question.


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