Graphene Coating Protection On Steroids
Graphene MAX packs a knockout punch of ingredients making it an extremely high-performing coating, designed for those looking for maximum protection for heavy-duty, industrial, or high-wear applications. MAX features our highest resin load level available to consumers, in addition to a cocktail of robust additives. This means you can expect industry-leading durability, gloss, and longevity in a DIY coating. With one application, you can expect up to 7+ years of durability when applied and maintained correctly.
In addition, MAX was specifically tailored for application on more demanding projects such as daily driven vehicles, wheel surfaces, or even industrial/commercial applications. It is NOT a replacement for our Graphene Matrix Coating V2.0 which offers the best combination of usability and durability available. MAX requires more experience and will be considerably more advanced to install.
Take your protection to the MAX with our ALL NEW, industry-leading Graphene Coating.
Warning: MAX Graphene Coating is intended for advanced applications only. It is a high-strength, ultra-thick coating for maximum durability.
Highest Resin Activity Available to the Public (65% more than Graphene V2.0)
Longer Lasting Protection (7+ Years)
Designed for daily drivers & higher wear applications
Additional additives for increased performance
High resistance to scratching during the wash process
High resistance to water spots and etching
Extreme gloss and contact angle for a DIY coating (118*)
Enhances paint, glass, plastics, wheels, and more
Q: Whats the difference between Graphene V2.0 and Graphene MAX?
At first glance it may appear that MAX is simply a better version of Graphene Matrix V2.0, but that is simply not the case.
Graphene MAX has durability and longevity as its ultimate goal being designed as an application for harsher conditions.
V2.0 is the perfect combination of performance and workability. Graphene MAX contains a higher activity of industrial grade resins that may make it both stickier and harder to apply.
We recommend using MAX if you have previous coating experience or are looking for a coating that sacrifices on application but maxes out performance.