This is a question that we get every week. The short answer is, no, ceramic coating not only for new cars. We can apply ceramic to any painted surface that you’d like protected.
However, paint correction is a huge part of the coating process. We need to correct any damage before “locking in” that shine and adding that hard ceramic top-coat. A vehicle with more wear and tear on the paint will require more paint correction.
So coating and protecting a new vehicle is certainly the least costly way to protect your car and keep it looking newer, longer.
- How much does ceramic coating cost?
- Whats the difference in PPF and Ceramic Coating?
- What exactly is paint correction?
- Does Ceramic Coating fix scratches?