The Difference Between Ceramic Pro & XPEL

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You will undoubtedly see Ceramic Pro & XPEL mentioned almost like they are the same thing offered by two different companies. This is not true, as they are vastly different and do not perform the same function. To decide which to go with for your vehicle, you must first understand what they are and what they do. Keep in mind that you don’t necessarily have to choose just one!

The Difference Between Ceramic Pro & XPEL

Ceramic Pro is a ceramic coating that makes your vehicle easier to clean and affords UV-ray protection. It forms a bond with the paint to make it hydrophobic. It can also protect the paint from damage from acidic contaminants.

XPEL is a vehicle wrap that affords excellent protection from the same potential damages as Ceramic Pro, but is also exceptional for protecting against scratches and chipping from road debris. It is thicker than Ceramic Pro and is designed to self-heal.

The good news is that you can gain the benefits of both Ceramic Pro & XPEL by having them both applied to your vehicle. In fact, this option provides the ultimate amount of protection for your vehicle. The process involves first applying XPEL on areas that are most susceptible to road debris damage and then putting Ceramic Pro on the entire vehicle, including where the XPEL was installed.

If you would like to know more about Ceramic Pro & XPEL so you can decide what you want to do to protect and preserve your vehicle’s paint and appearance, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at Panache Auto Werke. Your vehicle deserves a complete and durable protection system, and we are happy to help you move forward with the right solution for your needs.