The Last Coat - CeraTrim Ceramic Powered Trim Restorer 8oz

Brand: TheLastCoat

Product Code: 3137

Availability:In stock

$45.00 45.00

Unlike most trim products, CeraTrim is no mere dressing or stain. It is a true ceramic coating that will give your trim surfaces superior hydrophobic and self-cleaning properties and will protect your trim for the long haul under any driving conditions while restoring them to a newer appearance.

CeraTrim can be used on all trim pieces throughout your vehicle, inside and out. It can be used on engine bay plastics to restore their appearance.

We have also used CeraTrim as a durable tire dressing, but keep in mind this is an "off-label" use and requires 2-3 coats. (please note for interior pieces it will make them glossy, so if you prefer the matte look, best to avoid CeraTrim for the interior.)

CeraTrim can be layered to get an even higher shine or deeper wet look, and even more protection. It can be re-applied over time as desired as well.


Directions for Applying CeraTrim:

1) Plastics and rubbers need to be as clean as possible before applying CeraTrim. So at the very least, we recommend washing the vehicle with a basic soap that does not contain any waxes, fillers, or conditioners. (such as The Last Soap or similar). If you are dealing with extremely dirty trim pieces, scroll down for further directions. 

2) Using a soft bristle brush, thoroughly clean the texture of the plastic or rubber during the wash process.

3) Thoroughly rinse ensuring to get full soap removal.

4) Thoroughly dry the plastic or rubber and then apply CeraTrim with the included applicator. (see the video above for detailed application instructions). 

5) Allow it to dwell for 5-20 minutes (depending on how faded the surface is), and then use a dry microfiber towel to buff off the excess CeraTrim.

For extremely dirty plastics and rubber, use the following process:

1) 
Plastics and rubbers need to be as clean as possible before applying CeraTrim. If they are extremely dirty you will want to use a basic vehicle soap, but in addition, you will need to use a degreaser or all-purpose cleaner (APC) and a soft bristle brush to agitate down into the texture of the plastic or rubber. The soap can be used before or after APC, just make sure to use one with no waxes, fillers, or conditioners.

2) With high-pressure water, t
horoughly rinse the area ensuring to get full removal of any soaps or detergents. 

3) If the plastic or rubber doesn't become fully clean, repeat the process until you achieve the deepest clean possible. 

4) Thoroughly dry the plastic or rubber and then apply CeraTrim with the included applicator. (see the video above for detailed application instructions). 

5) Allow it to dwell for 5-20 minutes (depending on how faded the surface is), and then use a dry microfiber towel to buff off the excess CeraTrim.