Over the last few decades, paint protection coating technology has advanced throughout the years.


What are the major differences between natural & synthetic waxes, paint sealants, organic coatings, and inorganic coatings?

The innovations in the today’s market can be categorized into four major leaps:

1st Generation

Paint Protection

2nd Generation

Paint Protection




For the last 50 years, waxes have been the only type of paint protections available to the market.


From synthetic waxes to naturally occurring Carnauba waxes, they are great producing gloss when applied on automotive paint however, the protection it provides is short lived.


Environmental conditions quickly breaks down waxes and leaves your car’s paintwork exposed to greater potential damage from environmental hazards.

In the last 20 years, paint sealants were introduced to the market. These sealants are produced from synthetic ingredients making them more durable than natural waxes providing protection for 6 months, sometimes longer depending on quality of the sealant.


Although considered as an advance in the paint protection world, the thin coating from sealants are ineffective when cleaners containing solvents or other natural corrosive chemicals found in water deposits, birdlime and tree sap hits the surface.

3rd Generation

Paint Protection

4th Generation

Paint Protection


(Ceramic & Titanium)

A new innovation in paint protection has got everyone’s attention. These nanocoatings work on your car’s paintwork, vinyl, trims and plastics, leather and fabric, and even rubber!


The ceramic resin forms with complex polymers to provide a thickness and hardness that was previously unachievable until now. Nanocoatings can be used on just about anything on your car including your alloy wheels.


By bonding with the surface pores and forming an extremely durable semi-permanent coating, it offers long-term protection which requires little to no maintenance other than washing your car. 

When paintwork is examined under a microscope, it has a rough surface consisting of peaks and valleys allowing adhesion of dirt and grime.


Nanocoatings seal these valleys on a nano-scale and smooths the surface allowing contaminants to wash off easily. Because these valleys are sealed, we are left with a very smooth surface that is crystal clear, which greatly adds to the aesthetic of your car’s paintwork.


*This type of paint protection provides outstanding long-term protection over carnauba waxes, polymer sealants all while enhancing your car’s colour, gloss, and surface refraction.



Inorganic glass is a liquid that is hard, transparent, amorphous, and of infinite viscosity. The inorganic compound takes on high polish, transmits, and reflects light. This material is the formation of silica glass which is in it’s purest form and does not contain such chemicals as carbon or methyl.


Our coating protects your car paint from harmful UV rays, acid rain, harmful road debris and so much more. Unlike other paint protection on the market, Inorganic Coatings does not contain any organic materials which degrade over time from exposure to the above elements. The coating has a double layer hybrid structure comprising of a water-repellent coat and a silica glass coat.

*This type of paint protection provides outstanding long-term protection over carnauba waxes, polymer sealants all while enhancing your car’s colour, gloss and surface refraction.

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