Opti-coat Pro+ is a permanent paint protection that actually works, no gimmicks and no need to spend thousands of dollars. Through vigorous tests and trials of several paint protections on the market Elite Finish have found that Opti-coat to be the most advanced protection for your car. Elite Finish are an approved Opti-coat dealer in Adelaide that can apply the coating to your vehicles paint but also wheels, headlights and more.
What is Opti-coat Pro+ paint protection?
Opti-coat Pro+ is a permanent, hard wearing, ceramic clear coat with superior resistance to scratches, chemical etching (which can be caused by certain cleaners) and harsh environmental elements (bird droppings, acid rain etc). The coating is 2 microns in thickness, which makes it almost 100x thicker than most commercial waxes and sealants This allows Opti-Coat to effectively absorb damage that would otherwise affect the factory paint layers. Swirl marks and light scratches are not only decreased by the harder Optimum Ceramic Coating, the factory paint is protected and preserved. It is a permanent hydrophobic coating that releases water, dirt and grime so your car stays cleaner for longer.
Benifits of Opti-coat Pro+ and how it compares:
Opti-Coat Pro+ is not a wax or sealant that will wash away, or break down over time. Opti-Coat bonds permanently with the factory coating, protecting the surface indefinitely and will not delaminate. Backed with a 7 year warranty for Opticoat PRO+. and 5 year warranty for the standard Opti-coa. You will also maintain a solid resale value when it comes time to upgrade to a new vehicle as it will be protected from the elements.
Opticoat paint protection beading water after 6 months on a Subaru BRZ and Elite Finish’s car after 2.5 years
Standard size car price:
Original Opticoat $795 (5 Year warranty)
Dual layer Opticoat PRO+ $995 (7 Year warranty)
Wheel faces $25ea
Fabric protection 5 seater: $250
leather protection from $295
Carbon XP (lifetime warranty)
$395 large SUV
Stops oxidising, yellowing and stone chips from damaging the lens = $110