RELOCK express ceramic coating is an easy-to-use ceramic coating that creates a thin, hard sacrificial barrier on your vehicle's exterior surfaces along with making the paint ridiculously glossy and slick! It’s effortless application makes it the perfect coating providing up to 12 months of protection. Works on paint, glass, chrome, vinyl wraps and PPF (paint protective film).
So here's the deal on Relock...
Relock Express Ceramic Coating is pretty much a game changer.
We noticed there's no in-between product to meet the needs of customers or professional detailers that need a coating that fits the budget along with being easy to apply without the fear of messing up. You either have "Professional" ceramic coatings like Ceramic Pro or you have water-based, ceramic fortified detail sprays.
Some customers would like a true ceramic coating (not a water-based ceramic spray) but don't want to spend the money it requires to perform a paint correction and ceramic coating. For a professional, long-term coating to be applied to a vehicle, the surface needs to be polished and the defects removed prior so you're not "locking" in defects with a coating that has the potential to last years. You don't want to put a multi-year coating over defects. The ideal method is to correct the defects and then protect the finish with a professional ceramic coating so you have a perfect finish to easily maintain going forward.
So, if $1,000 or more isn't in the budget for a paint correction and coating, Shine Supply has created Relock Express Ceramic Coating for you. Relock gives you all the benefits of a professional coating but for a shorter time frame. You can expect 12 months of protection, with proper maintenance of course. If protection, easy maintenance along with consistent gloss after each wash is your focus - rather than keeping every swirl out of the paint, Relock is your answer. With a simple wash and decontamination of the paint, we can apply Relock.
Another great use for Relock!
Relock is also excellent for annual maintenance on a ceramic coated vehicle's by building up the layer of ceramic coating and renewing the coating's slickness and hydrophobics that are lost over time. We like to call this "Relocking".