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XPEL Fusion Plus Ceramic Coating

XPEL Fusion Plus Ceramic Coating stands out as the ultimate choice for automotive protection. Its cutting-edge technology ensures unmatched durability and chemical resistance, providing a superior shield against the elements. With a glossy finish and self-cleaning properties, Fusion Plus offers ease of maintenance and long-lasting brilliance. Choose XPEL Fusion Plus for unparalleled performance and lasting protection for your vehicle.

Benefits of Ceramic Coating

Ceramic coatings represent a revolutionary leap forward in automotive protection, and at the forefront of this innovation is the XPEL Fusion Plus Ceramic Coating. Unlike traditional waxes and sealants, their molecular structure creates a hydrophobic surface, repelling contaminants and offering a durable, glossy finish. XPEL Fusion Plus sets the standard for this advanced technology, providing superior protection and a pristine aesthetic, surpassing conventional options.


Long-lasting Protection


Enhanced Aesthetic Appeal


Easy Maintenance


Chemical Resistance


UV Protection


stage 1

 Decontamination Wash

The ceramic coating process involves a meticulous three-stage approach to ensure optimal clarity and enhanced durability. The initial step, chemical decontamination, begins with a thorough eight-step wash! This stage aims to create a pristine and smooth surface for the subsequent application of the ceramic coating.

stage 2

Paint Enhancment

In the second stage, paint enhancement, the focus shifts to perfecting the paint's appearance. Surface correction, including polishing to address swirls and scratches, is followed by a meticulous preparation of the surface to eliminate any residues. A final inspection ensures the paint is in an ideal condition for the ceramic coating application.

stage 3

Ceramic Coating

In the third stage, the actual ceramic coating application takes place. Applied in small sections, the coating is carefully buffed or wiped to achieve an even layer. The curing process follows, during which the vehicle must remain dry and uncontaminated. A final inspection confirms the uniform application of the ceramic coating, providing the vehicle with long-lasting protection and an enhanced, glossy finish.


The science behind ceramic coatings lies in the advanced chemical composition of these liquid polymer solutions. Typically, ceramic coatings are based on silicon dioxide (SiO2) or titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles suspended in a solvent. When applied to a vehicle's paint surface, the solvent evaporates, leaving behind a protective layer of these nanoparticles.

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