The new Jade Sapphire is a Ceramic Coating that provides unrivaled gloss and up to 2 years of durability and protection from UV rays and corrosion. The new Jade Sapphire formula delivers better gloss, hardness, and is very hydrophobic. Surfaces treated with Jade Sapphire are easier to clean. Jade can be used on top of Urethane clear coats, gel coats, plastics, vinyl, rubber, metal, chrome, PPF, and glass.
Sapphire is a clear, nanocrystalline coating that protects your vehicle from weather, chemicals, and UV rays while repelling water, dirt and other contaminants.--- Jade Sapphire applies a hard (9H), durable coating that is 2-3 micron thick and imparts a deep, reflective shine.
Jade Sapphire can be applied to:
• Paint Protection Film
• Vinyl Wraps
• Chrome and Aluminum Surfaces
• Vehicle Painted Surfaces (not Matte Finishes)
Jade Sapphire is an extra layer of protection between the environmental elements and your vehicle's painted surfaces. The vehicle’s paint will keep its color but contaminants will be blocked out to keep the paint smooth and slick. Unlike waxes and polymer paint sealants that require annual reapplication, itprovides constant, uncompromising protection for up to 24 months!
Because Jade Sapphire is "almost permanent" - the painted surface has to be properly prepared before being applied. Any paint correctable imperfections or contamination will be sealed in so you must remove them first, very important!
Before applying Jade Sapphire, you will want to prep the surface with our Jade Ceramic Prep to ensure the surface is clean and free of any wax, compound, polish, or sealant residue.
1. Correct paint to remove correctable blemishes and swirls.
2. Be sure to clean the surface with Jade Ceramic Prep to remove all polishing oils, waxes, and silicones.
3. Prime the included applicator by making an X pattern across the pad. Only a few drops of Jade Sapphire will be needed for each subsequent panel.
4. Hand apply Jade Sapphire onto a single panel at a time in a cross-hatch pattern
5. Within 3-6 minutes, inspect the panel with decent lighting looking for any thick areas that have not converted to being clear yet.
6. Use a microfiber applicator to level out any areas where you may see some streaks. This step is important, as any areas not leveled-out will have to be polished if allowed to cure. Panels may feel a little tacky and will be self-leveling during cure time, so avoid any unnecessary wiping, wiping, or other contacts to yield the very best results.
7. Repeat steps 1-6 for each panel where an application is desired.