Tesla Motors paintwork has been heavily criticised as being fragile "soft." Since the cars are manufactured over the pond in the USA in south Fremont, California, the environmental requirements are quite strict and the result is the paint is not as "hard" as the paint finishes with other cars. As a result of this owners of Tesla Cars have been disappointed with the finish of the paint even only after a couple of months or as little of a 1000 miles with their Tesla Model S been covered in swirl marks, light scratches and a grey haze over the paintwork which has dulled the true colour of the cars paintwork.
Below are various photos of Tesla Cars showing the damage that can happen and the results that can be achieved by myself with machine polishing prior to ceramic coating to protect the paintwork reducing the chances of the paintwork degrading over time.
KubeBond Ceramic Coating Specialist
DMD Detailing have a ceramic paint protection solution to this problem with my KubeBond Diamond 9H Ceramic Coating treatment. Diamond 9H ceramic coating is a transparent liquid that when cured to a surface, transforms into a transparent ultra hard glass film. This film acts as a permanent barrier between your vehicle and exterior elements that damage paint over time. KubeBond Diamond 9H ceramic coating is a new generation of paint protection technology. It outperforms and outlasts older products like wax, sealants and paint protection films (PPF). Unlike the older generation of paint protections like wax and sealants, the KubeBond Diamond 9H forms a permanent bond with the coating of your Tesla Motors paintwork which can only be removed by machine polishing. This makes it extremely durable and reduces the need for constant reapplication.
A selection of Tesla Cars that i've had the pleasure of detailing and using my flagship ceramic coating by KubeBond - Nano Ceramic Coating to protect them.