Based on the original CQuartz technology. CQuartz UK was developed in the United Kingdom for use in cold, damp climates where most nanotechnology coatings typically struggle. A new fast flashing carrier was used to enhance curing in difficult conditions, and the silica-quartz content was increased to a scarcely believable 70% creating an even harder and purer glass layer. These enhancements allowed CQ UK to be easily applied in temperatures as low as 41-degrees Fahrenheit (5-Degrees Celsius), with even higher levels of beauty and protection, making it the unofficial pinnacle of our consumer CQuartz line.
CQuartz UK Edition 3.0!
With improved gloss, improved water behavior and improved chemical resistance… in short we've improved it in every possible way!
We know you love CQuartz UK edition performance, now we've increased the resistance to road salt build up, while keeping the same great chemical resistance of pH 3~14 inclusive!
We listened to you when you told us it had to be easy to use, this added a few extra months to our process but we know you'll love it. For the first time ever CQuartz UK 3.0 is easy from 3C up to 40C!
Keeping with the classic CQuartz UK wipe on wipe off application it can be buffed immediately or left on few minutes while still buffing off super clean and easy. For enthusiastic car lovers or Pro detailers, both same most easy to use coating without sticky surface or grabby wipe off!
As you would expect from CarPro we've stuck to our ethos, of under promising and over delivering so as with all our coatings we will give you a conservative real world durability, in this case it's 18-24 months on CQuartz UK Edition 3.0
- Quartz Nanotechnology Coating
- 70% Silica-Quartz with 99,99% Purity
- Suitable for Cold or Hot climates
- Super easy wipe off - non sticky surface
- Acid and base chemical resistance 3-14 pH
- Salt resistance
H226 - Flammable liquid and vapour.
H315 - Causes skin irritation.
H319 - Causes serious eye irritation.
H373 - May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure.