GYEON Q² Mohs EVO Lightbox (30ml, 50ml, 100ml)

GYEON Q² Mohs EVO Lightbox (30ml, 50ml, 100ml)

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Apply the product liberally in your favourite motion to a whole panel. Once temperature and humidity rise, apply to smaller sections and wipe off immediately. The product will lightly bubble up on the panel - this is the perfect timing for wipe off. We recommend the Q²M SoftWipe or Q²M PolishWipe.

TIP: The choice of towels for coating wipe off is extremely important. Do not stick to just one type - depending on paint and climate, even the Q²M Suede might be the best choice for perfecting the surface.


Decontaminating the paint is key to proper coating adhesion.

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The Prep removes any polish oils and any other residues left over or missed.

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Maintenance is key to keeping your coating performing at its maximum.

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Mohs EVO vs Syncro EVO

While Mohs EVO can be applied as a standalone product and layered on its own, but for optimal results, consider upgrading to Syncro Evo. Why, you ask? Skin EVO is specifically engineered to adhere seamlessly to a surface that's already slick. This synergy ensures enhanced bonding and superior chemical cohesion for both products.

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 learn how to take care of your ceramic coating in this maintenance guide.

The best Ceramic Coating you'll ever use, period.

Durability is one of the most salient merits of the product. It is able to maintain 80% of its original hydrophobic properties and to last on the paint throughout a period of at least 18 months, thus being a guarantor of optimum car protection against environmental factors and exploitation conditions. If compared with waxes, even the top-performing ones, it lasts three times longer. After taking a look at the Maintenance Guide above, Read GYEON's Quick Guide to Ceramic Coatings here.


  • CONSUMPTION: 15ml~20ml per layer


  • CONTACT ANGLE: >110'

  • PH TOLERANCE: 2-11

  • THICKNESS: 0,2 - 0,5qm


Q² Mohs is the hardest automotive paint coating available to a wide range of users. Given the average automotive paint hardness, which lies within the range of 3-4H according to the pencil hardness scale, Q² Mohs adds a further 3H, which makes the paint extremely resistant to scratches. The extraordinary hardness of the coating preserves the effects achieved during the paint correction and is synonymous with a much slower paint degradation during maintenance.


As opposed to the majority of coatings present on the market, Q² Mohs demonstrates the lowest shrinking parameters. Whereas most coatings shrink from 0.2 up to 0.03 microns, the shrinking of Q² Mohs does not exceed the level of 5%, while its thickness – 0.2 microns as registered just after application, drops to 0.19 when fully dried. Traditional protective products such as wax or polymers do not display any measurable thickness whatsoever.

Q² Mohs EVO uses fluoro modified polysilazanes for the first time in the car care industry. Why is that so important? Modifying polysilazanes at the precursory stages bring enormous benefits on all levels: durability, chemical resistance or ease of use. Amazingly easy to apply and wipe off, yet extremely chemical resistant. Slick and smooth, yet very durable. Gloss and extreme hydrophobic are just value-added.

All EVO formulas can be applied outdoors. Ensure stable conditions, never use in direct sunlight and check the weather forecast! The coating should not get wet in the first 12 hours after application.

The classic Q² Mohs was known as a multilayer product. Its EVO version changes that and now allows a simple and very straightforward application with just one layer. Thanks to the formula, but also our Q²M CoatingApplicator, 30ml of the EVO formula equal at least 50ml of the retired, classic product delivering even improved performance.

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This depends on several factors. Is the vehicle primarily used in the summer or winter? How frequently is it maintained and topped up with Gyeon Cure or Gyeon Ceramic Detailer? For our Canadian climate, we often recommend applying two layers. While this won't double the coating's longevity, it can still provide a significant boost, around 20% or more, compared to a single-layer application. Since the vehicle is already clean and prepped, it's a good idea to apply a second layer. While the preparation process may take some time, the application itself is straightforward.

If the vehicle is only driven in the summer and receives monthly maintenance, then Mohs EVO can easily last for at least 4 years and beyond. However, if it's a daily driver used throughout the year, especially in the winter, maintenance becomes crucial for its longevity. Without regular maintenance or reapplication during the winter months (understandably challenging in -30C weather), you may notice wear and deterioration on the lower sections due to road salts, chemicals, contaminants, and other factors. After a thorough decontamination, water beading may return, but it's not uncommon for the lower sections to show signs of wear after winter. This is particularly true given the harshness of our winters, at least here in Canada. The key takeaway is that the coating is designed to wear off first, protecting the paint beneath.

This depends on ambient temperature. A good general rule of thumb is when you see Mohs EVO bubble up into little beads, then it's time to wipe it off, usually around 30 seconds. You don't need to rush the process and panic; just casually apply and wipe off in under a minute. Mohs EVO is a very easy product to work with. Tip: It should be fairly easy to buff off; if you feel it's getting a little too tacky, then you've waited too long.

Indeed, layering is very much encouraged, but it's essential to find the right timing. We typically recommend waiting between 2 to 4 hours between layers, but it's best not to exceed 24 hours. The reason for this is that if you wait too long, you'll be applying the second layer onto a surface that has already hardened and become slick, and the bonding won't be as effective. On the other hand, if you apply the second layer too quickly, the solvents in the second layer can soften the first layer, essentially merging them into one. Ideally, you want to apply the second layer when the first layer is still in the process of curing, so they can bond cohesively. You want the coating to be both physically layerable and able to bond well at the same time.

With the new EVOs, a 30ml bottle can equate to a 50ml bottle of the previous-gen product. For a mid-sized vehicle, such as a Camry, you can expect to use approximately 15ml per layer. A mid-sized SUV will require around 20ml, and a full-sized truck will typically use between 25 to 30ml. It's important to note that applying two coats does make a noticeable difference.

You can layer Mohs EVO with another layer of Mohs EVO, Skin EVO (from the Syncro EVO kit), or CanCoat EVO. The general rule of thumb is that you want the most durable product down first and the slicker product on top. A fairly popular combo, if you want the best of both worlds, is Pure EVO as the first layer (Pure EVO will provide the candy apple finish), then Mohs EVO on top because it's a slicker product that can shed off dirt more efficiently.

A general rule of thumb is to avoid water contact for 24 to 48 hours and refrain from using soap for a week. However, after the coating is applied, you can take the vehicle out immediately. Dust, dew, and wind won't have much effect, but it's important to be mindful of bugs, which can impact the finish. If you're a business coating a vehicle for a customer, and it must be exposed to water within the next 12 hours, you can very gently wipe it down with Gyeon Cure or Gyeon Ceramic Detailer. We still recommend against it, but sometimes it's necessary. It's important to understand that drying and curing are distinct processes. While the coating or panel may feel dry to the touch right away, curing involves the molecular locking process, and it requires time to fully cure.

A temperature of at least 10°C is recommended, although you can still attempt the application between 5°C to 10°C if necessary. If the temperature reaches 30°C, then it's on the warmer side, and you will need to retreat into the shade. Ideally, you want the coating to remain on the panel for at least 30 to 60 seconds without flashing right away. If it flashes within that time, it's likely that the panel is too hot.

Absolutely, all the new Gyeon EVO coatings can be applied outdoors; just be mindful of the temperature, as mentioned in the question above.

You can use products like Gyeon WetCoat, Cure, Ceramic Detailer, etc., as frequently as you'd like. The only thing to caution about is using waxes on your coating (Gyeon Wax is fine) because most waxes have strong solvents that may affect the coating.

High spots refer to dried coatings that were not completely buffed off. If you catch the high spots within 30 minutes, you can use the coating itself again to level/soften the high spots. If it's been a few days, then you'll need to mechanically polish it off or use Gyeon Total Remover to remove and reapply coating on the affected area.

Any pH-neutral soap is suitable for use, and Gyeon recommends Bathe and Bathe+. Ideally, avoid using wash and 'wax' products. While you can use them, it's worth noting that a wash and 'wax' product tends to diminish the water-beading properties of your coating. This results in reduced hydrophobicity after washing. After all, who would want that?!

Officially, Gyeon recommends the product to be used within 2 to 3 years when new. If the bottle has been opened, it's best to use up the product in 1 to 2 months to preserve the coating's maximum effectiveness.

The short answer is Yes.

PPF: Since the material is more porous and grabbier, you'll need to wipe off the coating at a faster rate. It's best to use Gyeon PPF Coating.

Trim & Plastics: Yes, though it will not darken and 'restore' like Gyeon Trim does.

Wheels, Chrome & Metal: Yes. You can also consider Gyeon's more cost-effective alternative for wheels, Gyeon Rim.

Windows: Technically yes, but avoid the front windshield, as certain wiper/washer fluid combos may chatter. Use Gyeon View or QuickView for chatter-free experience.

No problem at all. Coatings contain a significant amount of solvents and exhibit high chemical stability. For more details regarding winter shipping, please refer to our FAQ section on winter shipping.

Indeed, though there are many coatings on the market, Mohs EVO is something we would personally apply to our own vehicles. It's very slick, durable, and easy to apply (though you've probably heard everyone make these claims). What really stood out for us was its durability. Weather doesn't get as tough as in Calgary, making it the perfect testing ground for us to see what really works, and Mohs EVO has passed the torture on our daily vehicles (that parked outdoors).

We think what contributes to the coating's durability is its slickness, the ability to shed off road salts and other contaminants at a faster rate, not letting it dwell on the paint for too long, thus preventing degradation.