What’s in graphene spray coatings?
Graphene spray coatings are a blend of ceramic emulsions, surfactants and polymers as well as a graphene dispersion. A graphene dispersion is an exfoliated graphene oxide particle that is spun in a centrifuge for at least 2 hours with water or alcohol variants to fully immerse the graphene into a liquid solution. This liquified solution is what allows the graphene to be a functionalized chemical that adds additional hydrophobic and resistant properties to the vehicles paint and clearcoat. This is truly a revolutionary product that builds upon the ceramic coatings popularized over the past 5 years.
What does graphene do in detailing products?
Graphene is a game-changing, carbon-based molecule that can effectively bind to and fortify surfaces when functionalized through a graphene dispersion. Due to its molecular structure, it will demonstrate an improved contact angle, gloss, scratch resistance, UV resistance and a reduction in water spotting.
Is this graphene spray coating a solvent based or water based formula?
Renegade’s formula of the Graphene Spray Coating is mostly a water based formula although there are minor solvents that are used as in any ceramic formula to help quickly dry the product on the vehicles surface. This is a large reason why this graphene spray coating has a fantastic smell and is very user friendly. Many other graphene detailing chemicals out there are comprised mostly of solvents which are more dangerous, hard on the nose and harder to work with.