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ONYX Graphene Pro 10H & N1

ONYX Graphene Pro 10H & N1
ONYX Graphene Pro 10H & N1
ONYX Graphene Pro 10H & N1
ONYX Graphene Pro 10H & N1
ONYX Graphene Pro 10H & N1
ONYX Graphene Pro 10H & N1
ONYX Graphene Pro 10H & N1
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ONYX Graphene Pro 10H & N1

The advanced Nano-technology mixed with the properties of Graphene makes this coating the perfect, superior product in the Car Care industry that´s like no other.

Graphene Pro provides the ultimate shield for painted surfaces, metal surfaces, metal, and glass against damage with its 100% guaranteed chemical, scratch, and pollutant resistance that lasts a lifetime. This Ceramic Coating provides a thick layer of protection up to 1000nm.

Achieve a super smooth, extremely glossy, and hydrophobic invisible layer of protection through a simple application process.

  • World’s First N1 Nano Coating
  • 10H Hardness
  • Contains up to 0.5% Graphene (up to 300 layers)

N1 Benefits

N1 smooth surfaces adhere less to weather contamination, keeping your coated surface looking great for a longer time. As smoother N1 surfaces with lesser friction coefficients last longer, it minimizes the need for maintenance works. Graphene car coating It world’s first n1 nano-coating with very high contact angle upon application. N1 also increases the water repellency angle of more than 120°.

10H Benefits

Graphene 10H is super resistant to scratches and offers a permanent 10H ceramic barrier, with high-gloss and superb durability. The super-hard coating forms a permanent covalent bond to paint, gel coat, metal, and wheels. Provide a layer thickness of more than 800 nanometers.

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