Category Archives: Glass Coat Sealants

Kamikaze Collection – The ‘Kaizen’ Approach To Car Care

Designed, developed and produced in Japan, Kamikaze Collection is the brainchild of Kai Morita, a passionate car care enthusiast who bought his first rotary polisher at just fourteen years old. At the time, the Japanese car care industry was just beginning to develop glass coats to combat the notoriously soft finish of Japanese vehicles. However, […]

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Exclusive First Test: Gtechniq Crystal Serum Light Protection For A Tesla P90D

Gtechniq Crystal Serum raised the bar for the performance expected from a nanotechnology-based ceramic sealant, providing exceptional levels of resistance to swirls and extremes of pH. Once cured, the coating is so durable it can only be removed by wet sanding followed by machine polishing. Up until now Crystal Serum has only been available as […]

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Kamikaze Collection Artificial Clearcoat – Finally, A Durable Solution For Ultra-Sensitive Paint Finishes?

Ceramic sealants are known for providing swirl resistance protection to automotive clearcoats and this is particularly useful for cars with sensitive finishes which mar easily. However, some clearcoats are so delicate they become blemished as the sealant is being applied. Japanese marques, particularly with dark coloured paintwork are notoriously difficult to refine and apply sealant […]

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State-Of-The-Art Glasscoat Protection For A Mini John Cooper Works

Keen to ensure UF customers always have access to the most cutting edge car care products available, our team are always on the lookout for products that offer something different. When UF was recently introduced to Kamikaze-Collection, a Japanese glasscoat manufacturer that uses state-of-the-art technology in all of their products it followed that trials should be conducted. Initial […]

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Product Test: Ferrari 599 GTB Shows Off GEN-3 Glasscoat Protection

UF was recently approached and asked to test and evaluate GEN-3 Glasscoat in the UF Detailing Studio. As a retailer of ceramic coatings from several leading manufacturers, many of which are also used in the studio, we were interested to see how GEN-3 compared. GEN-3 Glasscoat is approved by twelve major car manufacturers across UK and […]

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Carnauba Wax Vs Ceramic Sealant – You Decide!

One of the most frequent questions the UF team is asked is: “which is better? A natural wax or a ceramic sealant”. On the surface it appears the answer should be simple, but, as with so many things, appearances are deceptive! The short answer is: it depends on what you’re trying to achieve and the […]

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BMW M4 Dynamically Protected with GYEON Q2 Mohs+

Originally, for BMW, the M designation was created as part of their race car programme, however it soon became a badge associated with higher specification models of their standard road-going models. M-Power cars are renowned for their race-inspired modifications and to this day remain the performance car of choice for many who crave the excitement […]

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Peace Of Mind Protection For A New Porsche 911 Carrera GTS

A new car represents a significant investment, particularly if it’s the latest model Porsche 911. It’s the sports car to have, to drive daily, on the road or on the track. Loved the world over, the new 911 Carrera GTS has been described by Chris Evans as “a back-to-basics, raw-and-ready stick-shift, designed to emulate the […]

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Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Soars In For 1K-Nano Protection

Impressive on paper, overwhelming on tarmac – the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG has been turning heads since it was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2009. The SLS was designed from the ground up by AMG who reportedly were given carte blanche to come up with a car engineered to thrill like no other sports car […]

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Crystal Serum New Car Protection Package For Mini Cooper

The Mini Cooper has been extremely popular since its relaunch by BMW. And with the advent of the third generation of the Mini Cooper it just keeps getting better. The turbo charged, forced-induction 1.5L engine is highly responsive and with the car being 10kgs lighter than the previous model it’s extremely nippy. It may then come as […]

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