Glass coating on top of ceramic coating -- why?

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  1. cbsteh

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    I always thought is it either glass or ceramic coating but not both at the same time. Does it make sense to have glass coating on top of ceramic coating?

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    there is another type name silica compound coating which has higher hyperbolic effect... less shining than ceramic
     
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    Still don't believe in coating. To me either wrap but expensive or take care of clear coat......lol
     
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    the hyperbolic effect on windscreen is obvious. The water drop will roll it ways out at the speed of 60 kmh and above. You don't have to switch on wiper. On highway it is a good thing.

    no matter what you coat, you still need to take care... in fact, after coating the requirement to wash the once or twice a week. In fact, more work... If don't take take, the coat will crack and worst when it peel like your skin peeling off. hahaha...
     
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    Actually I asked this question because I saw this sales poster by Alva Coating at Jln 222, PJ. Note the Platinum and Titanium package. They have both ceramic and glass coatings.

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    Windscreen I apply those Rain X thing, different brands works as well also, and couple with silicone wipers works very well.....
     
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    Maybe new tech, but those days they say cannot coat on top of the coat......lol
     
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    Fabric coating....how does that works?
     
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    protect from hail storm. :-) seen that in China... they took blanket and cover the windscreen to reduce the impact of the hail
     
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    You r....
    I just got back from a serius discussion on a serious problem thus my mind is still taking everything in seriously...
    I was like..'hmmm,hmmm, ok...oh, wtf'.
     
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    These coats fade very quickly cuz our asses rub if off eventually. But it makes the fabric a little water resistant. Can see beads of water on the fabric.
     
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    Remember seeing a product in spray can that does this. Spray on let dry, then become water resistant.....lol
     
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    those shoe protectant sprays
     
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    There was one that was for any fabric......
     

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