World's first carnauba wax infused with graphene in a see-through crystalline-like wax that produces extreme gloss and depth, with the illusion of a wet vehicle.
In order to achieve the best shine and protection, Artdeshine formulates and manufacture specialised automotive care products that cannot be found elsewhere. Graphene in its simplest form, at just one atom thick, is the lightest, strongest and thinnest material known to man. Its excellent properties make it a desirable substance to be incorporated into car coatings. While Graphene might seem perfectly suited for such applications, it is not an easy substance to work with and requires special techniques for it to disperse evenly in a liquid - absolutely required for it to be used effectively as a coating. Artdeshine is the first automotive care products brand to successfully harness the benefits of Graphene applied as a surface protection coating that exhibits enhanced tensile strength, durability as well as flexibility. Artdeshine's Nano Graphene coating is also extremely capable at reducing heat absorption, the main cause of ugly water etching spots that ruin the surface of your paint. It is also corrosion and chemical resistant, protecting your paintwork from bird droppings, tree sap, dead bugs and other harsh chemicals.
Enhanced tensile strength, durability and flexibility.
Even when stretched initsone-atom-thick form, graphene does not tear due to its high tensile strength. WIth polymer (PDMS) coatings already highly tensile, durable and flexible when absorbing daily wear and tear, the addition of graphene oxide reinforces these properties.
Low surface friction, high slickness and abrasion-resistant.
A smooth surface reduces friction, thus lowering the amount of force created by abrasive actions that can otherwise cause fine swirls and scratches. This results in significantly less damage caused during washing and drying.
Apply a thin film in a crisscross format, like how ceramic coatings are applied.
Let it set for 5~10 minutes before wiping off, do not let it sit for too long.
Let cure for 12~24 hours before layering or exposing to liquids.