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Serving Broward & Palm Beach Counties

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33317


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The Future of all Marine Coatings


CeramShield SP (Surface Protection) -A new revolutionary ceramic coating. Salts, pollutants, acid rain streaks, oils and diesel soot are easily removed. Our hard, slick, abrasion-resistant finish doesn’t wear down like disappointing waxes, polishes and polymers.

Upon application, you can have the utmost confidence that your vessels will be rendered virtually immune to the adverse weathering effects of both underwater and above-water environments, conditions, and elements.
• Extends the life of new paint
• High gloss and Easy cleaning
• Highest rating scratch resistance
• No tenting required Growth
• Permanent protection
• Easy cleaning

CeramShield is a State-Of-The-Art Process
A genuine scientific breakthrough
The Polymer used is a non-ceramic, flexible protective coating that coats the paint/gelcoat surface with an active polymer. This polymer cross-links to form a cargo net barrier over the surface and becomes 80% cured after 2 hours and 100% cured after 24 hours. This active polymer shield is so durable that brilliance is locked in for years.
• Good investment
• Looking new all the time
• Less maintenance


Maximum UV protection is built inside of the Ceramic coating to ensure protection of gelcoat, paint, rubbers, and plastics against aging and fading colors. CeramShield will sustain that "brand new" appeal with minimal future maintenance.

No Need To Wax Again...

This product can't be compared to anything currently on the market & belongs in its own category!
Once the ceramic coating has been applied to a surface, the need for waxes and other off-the-shelf protective products becomes obsolete. When cured, this technology will transform itself on the surface to become a rigid, flexible super-slick glass shield, bonding to and protecting the substrate, and is not chemically removable by high-detergents or acids.


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