Ok, this weeks topic,... IGL Kenzo.
Often times when giving a quote or taking about costings with someone, I find myself telling them that Kenzo is “special.” What the heck do I mean? How can a ceramic coating be special?
I’m not going to go into the technical stuff here and bore everyone into deleting this message. When I say Kenzo is special, I’m making a comparison to other high end coatings. They ALL make your paint stay cleaner for longer and they ALL cut the time it takes to wash and dry at least in half.
This is where similarities end.
IGL Kenzo’s hardness is 10h on the pencil scale. This translates into superior protection against things like marring & swirls from improper hand washing methods.
The coating also forms a thicker layer on the paint than other costings which greatly improves its look. One thing everyone notices about Kenzo is that it truly makes a car look like it’s been waxed. Once applied, you not only see increased gloss but also a deep, rich warmth that you don’t see with other coatings.
Lastly, and this is important to note, Kenzo does not need to be reapplied during the four year warranty period. Other coatings boast 9 years, 10 years, LIFETIME longevity, however, they don’t mention the annual reapplication or topping process. This requirement costs the consumer time and money that the coating is supposed to save in the first place.
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