Car care brand Voodoo Ride has released a newly developed automotive sealant designed to provide a hard-coat barrier to a vehicle’s paint, protecting it from light scratches and contaminants for up to 12 months between applications while adding significantly more sheen and clarity to the paint’s finish.
Like conventional detailing wax, the Nano-Technology Sealant adds an additional layer of protection to a vehicle’s exterior while creating noticeably more shine and gloss to a vehicle’s paint, the company claims. However, unlike wax, Voodoo Ride’s sealant lasts for significantly longer – up to 12 months – and applies as an easy to use, spray-on, according to the company.
The formula does not contain silicone, making it compatible with vehicles that have been treated with a protective ceramic coating, Voodoo Ride says. The silicone-free formula will not produce a cloudy or smearing effect when applied to a ceramic coating like the traditional silicone-based sealants currently on the market. When combined with a properly applied ceramic coating, the Voodoo Ride Nano-Technology Sealant adds another layer of protection from light scratches and other contaminants.
The Nano-Technology Sealant’s hydrophobic – or “water-repelling” – formula contains titanium dioxide nanoparticles, which allows moisture to wipe away instantly. This sealant is safe on all exterior hard surfaces and application is simple and straight-forward – simply spray the sealant onto a painted surface and wipe it off with a microfiber towel.
Voodoo Ride Nano-Technology Sealant is available in 12oz spray bottles with a built-in safety locking mechanism to prevent unwanted spills and leaks.
For more information and to purchase Voodoo Ride Nano Technology Sealant or any of the Voodoo Ride car care and automotive detailing products, visit www.VoodooRide.com.