SHIELD CARBON X is a Next Level Graphene Coating. This one atom thick Carbon-based Nanomaterial provides the Longest Lasting Enhanced Surface Protection. Compared to original Ceramic Coatings, the CARBON X Graphene variant has improved characteristics:
Graphene is widely known as a one-atom-thick two-dimensional sheet of carbon that is tightly packed into honey-comb like lattice. In simple terms, graphene can be described as a single layer of graphite. That’s it. A single layer of the mineral you are familiar with called graphite. Graphite before converted graphene is a soft, flexible, extremely heat resistant mineral. Once converted, graphene becomes the thinnest, and the strongest material in the world, yet it is flexible which makes it a great addition to the automotive paint coating industry.
So what makes graphene coatings better than ceramic coatings? Graphene actually reduces heat on the surface of your paint, so that water spotting is much less likely, when compared to ceramic coatings. Ceramic based coatings actually retain heat, so any water that remains on the surface, will become a durable, mineral loaded water spot. These water spots will etch themselves into the coating, and eventually into your paint that you spent so much money getting polished before your coating.