Ceramic coating may not be the best choice for older cars that are over 5 years old, as the bonding strength between the coating and the paint surface can become weaker over time. In such cases, a professional inspection is necessary to determine if ceramic coating is still a viable option. If the paint quality is still good due to proper maintenance or limited usage, then ceramic coating can be performed. However, the results may not be as good as those obtained on a new car.
For older cars with paint quality that has deteriorated, the next best option is to opt for car polishing. Regular maintenance, at least once every six months, is necessary to keep the car looking its best. In such cases, ceramic coating may not be the most appropriate choice, as the bonding strength may not be strong enough to provide long-lasting protection for the paint surface.
It is important to assess the condition of the paint and consult with a professional before making a decision about whether or not to go for ceramic coating. Proper maintenance and upkeep can extend the life of your car and keep it looking great for years to come.