Pearl Nano Hydrophobic Installer From Auckland New Zealand Steve Dowsett

Coating experts Radical Exposure was asked to restore the blue coloured gelcoat on two of these 27ft. Bayliner charter boats at Lake Taupo NZ. Buffed to removed surface oxidisation & coated with Pearl HD plus Procoat resulted in this brilliant shine with great depth of colour and long term UV protection. Very happy owners recommending Pearl services to other charter operators.

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The Pearl Nano HD (Heavy Duty) Ceramic Coating was designed specifically for wheels and marine use, but there are 1000’s of other uses that it can be used on. From ceramic tiles and fuel tanks, to countertops and other surfaces. HD0002It is meant to withstand the most extreme conditions and last for years. This permanent, protective coating resists extreme temperatures, has superior adhesion to coated surfaces for extended durability. It is highly chemical resistant to protect many surfaces. It is super glossy and works great on wheels & calipers plus it protects them from damaging brake dust and fallout. This incredible ceramic coating will not only protect surfaces, but the hydrophobic & hydrophilic properties ensure the surfaces stay cleaner longer, and are easier to clean!
When used on the hull of a boat that will remains in the water, you can coat the surface of the hull and just leave it on. This will leave a thicker coating. From the 10 multi-million dollar test yachts coated with the Pearl Nano HD, all report that there is no barnacle growth and that they experience better fuel efficiency. When coating boats that are removed from the water and for coating the topside, please be sure to follow the directions and buff into an amazing shine.

For more info visit @ PearlNano.com

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