Starting at $895
Modesta BC-08 Neosilica 3+ year coating
Modesta BC-08 Neosilica Matrix Coating is a fantastic entry-level coating from Modesta that compete with the premium coating offerings from many other brands. BC-08 is a great way to protect your daily driven vehicle from environmental hazards while also easing maintenance. Perfect for a vehicle that is only going to be leased for a few years an older vehicle that may already be a little less than perfect. With Modesta BC-08 you can get into a high quality paint coating without the premium price tag.
Plus Decontamination or Paint Correction Detail
Starting at $1495
Modesta BC-04 Nano Titanium Coating 7+ year coating
Modesta BC-04 is the flagship product from Modesta. This coating has an expected lifespan of over 7 years with proper maintenance. This is a premium coating that has yet to be match in performance or looks by other manufacturers. This coating give amazing chemical protection, a self cleaning effect, and amazing luster to keep your vehicle protected and looking amazing for many, many years. The inorganic nature of this coating also makes it immune to oxidation and makes it resistant to temperatures up to 900*C.
A Paint Correction Detail is required to prep surface for application of this coating.
Starting at $300
Modesta BC-06 High Temperature Wheel Coating
Modesta BC-06 is a sprayable coating that uses its tight molecular structure to give amazing high temperature protection to your wheels and painted brake calipers. The incredible chemical protection will help prevent hot, corrosive brake dust from etching the surface of your calipers and wheels. With this coating installed, your wheels and calipers will be incredibly easy to clean and will stay cleaner longer. This coating can be installed to just the faces of the wheels while they are installed on the vehicle, or we can remove the wheels to coat the calipers, inner wheel barrels, and wheel faces.
Starting at $300 for Coating Wheel Faces
Starting at $600 for Removing Wheels and Coating Calipers, Inner Wheel Barrels, and Wheel Faces
Starting at $595
Modesta Leather Protection System
A brand new offering from Modesta is their Leather Protection System. This two-part system is designed to give a level of protection to your interior leather that hasn’t been available before now. The Modesta Leather Protection System offers protection from stains as well as abrasion protection on heavily trafficked areas like raised seat bolsters. With this system applied, your leather will be easier to maintain, less prone to staining, and less likely to wear.
Includes interior detail and prep
Ceramic Coating FAQs
What are Ceramic Coatings?
Ceramic Coatings, also called Glass Coatings or Quartz Coatings, are the most capable form of protection from UV and chemical damages that can be applied to a vehicle. The bonding molecule that provides the protection is SiO2, or Silica Dioxide. A solvent carrier is used to apply the SiO2 to the paint and other surfaces. The solvent evaporates out and leaves the SiO2 behind to cure and bond to the surface. The Coating is then cured with an Infrared Curing Lamp to dry the coating and speed up the curing process.
Why are Ceramic Coatings better than Waxes or Sealants?
The chemical makeup of ceramic coatings does three very important things differently than that of a wax or sealant. First, it is capable of bonding to the surface underneath for a time frame of years, where we see only a few months out of most waxes or sealants. Secondly, the chemical makeup of the Ceramic Coating is able to withstand penetration of UV and harmful environmental contaminants to keep your paint’s finish from degrading over time due to exposure. Thirdly, the coating produces a highly repellent surface, where dirt and other contaminants are rejected, rather than absorbed into the surface. This keeps the surfaces cleaner longer and makes regular wash maintenance very easy and safe.
How long do Ceramic Coatings last?
Are Ceramic Coatings Scratch Proof?
Unfortunately there is a hearty amount of irresponsible marketing in the Ceramic Coating world. Coatings are not thick enough, nor hard enough to withstand scratches from, say a dirty wash mitt, a key, or a rock chip. They do produce a slightly harder surface than the paint itself, but not enough to withstand this type of damage. The 9h Hardness measure that is used describes the coating’s “vertical hardness,” or its ability to withstand penetration from UV and chemical damage and keep it from reaching the paints finish. That is what we are asking coatings to do. We coat cars so that they still look good years down the road, and do not suffer from the slow roll of UV and environmental contamination that degrades the finish, much the way we wear sunscreen, moisturizers, and eye cream on our own skin. Where a Coating can play in to scratch resistance is by producing and extremely repellent and slick surface, so that the surface lets go of loose dirt that you would otherwise move across the paint when washing and minimize the friction between the dirt, your wash mitt, and the paint.