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Ceramic Coating Service

Vehicle Wraps

Do you want to give your vehicle an entirely new look? It’s simple. With a vinyl wrap, you can customize your vehicle to a variety of colors. We use quality vinyl films from brands such as 3M and Avery Dennison. There are several finishes to choose from – gloss, matte, metallic, satin, chrome and many more.

Vinyl wrapping is a great option to change the color and look of your vehicle without permanently changing it. This adds extra protection to the vehicle without damaging the original OEM paint. Vinyl wrapping costs less than a new paint job and can last several years depending on the treatment and care.

Customize your vehicle from a full color change to partial wraps with accents to the roof, hood, mirrors, door handles, and interior to chrome delete options. Wrap the chrome trims and grills to give your vehicle a smooth and attractive new look.

We understand that choosing the right wrap for your vehicles can be confusing but we can assist you. At Reaper Customs, we wrap all types of cars, motorcycles, commercial trucks & vans, and even helicopters. We use the highest quality materials as well as state-of-the-art tools and equipment to ensure 100% customer satisfaction.

Benefits to a Vinyl Wrap

  • 5-7 year durability
  • Costs less than a paint job
  • Does not decrease vehicle's value
  • Maintains resale value
  • Easily removable, zero damage in OEM paint

Ceramic Coating

We offer the best coating technology to protect the paint of your vehicle from road salt, water spots, wind damage, scratches, rock chips and many more. We use Ceramic Pro nanotechnology. Ceramic Pro is a 9H hydrophobic ceramic coating that can be applied to the exterior and interior of your vehicle. This coating gives a high gloss and shiny finish to your vehicle; a long lasting clean and sleek look.

We are certified installers of Ceramic Pro. You can trust us to protect and maintain your investment with Ceramic Pro.

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Products we use:

Ceramic Pro 9H

Ceramic Pro 9H forms a permanent bond with the surface and will not wash off or break down. Ceramic Pro 9H can only be removed by abrasion. It is a highly durable protective coating that protects your paintwork from damaging contaminants. 9H can be applied in multiple layers which means the thickness of the coating can be increased with additional layers allowing a thicker/harder coating with improved scratch resistance.

  • Scratch Resistance (Above 9H)
  • Super Hydrophobic Effect
  • Weather & UV Resistance
  • Thermal Resistance (up to 1200°C)
  • Anti-Graffiti
  • Advanced Chemical Resistance
  • Oxidation & Corrosion Resistant
  • High Gloss Finish
Ceramic Pro Top Coat

Top Coat allows the surface to stay cleaner longer as dirt and grime will not stick to it. The super hydrophobic effect of the coating will cause water to bead up and roll of the surface along with any dirt and grime. Top Coat is usually applied over 9H in the layering process. Though not as durable as 9H, it can also be applied on its own. Top Coat also enhances gloss depth further on all painted surfaces for that wet look that is often hard to attain with synthetic waxes.

  • Super Hydrophobic Effect
  • Weather & UV Resistance
  • High Gloss Finish
  • Anti-Graffiti
  • Advanced Chemical Resistance
  • Oxidation & Corrosion Resistance
Ceramic Pro Sport

Commonly used on surfaces previously treated with CP 9H or CP Top Coat in order to refresh their hydrophobic and UV resistant properties but can also be used as a 6-12 months stand-alone coating.

  • Easy to Apply
  • Super Hydrophobic Effect
  • Self-cleaning Effect
  • Chemical Resistance
  • UV Resistance
  • Prevents Water Spotting
  • High Gloss Finish
Ceramic Pro Strong

Strong is our industrial product and will work great on painted surfaces where protection is more important than flawless finish. Strong has similar characteristics to 9H but creates a thicker layer once applied.

  • Scratch Resistance (Above 9H)
  • Super Hydrophobic Effect
  • Weather & UV Resistance
  • Thermal Resistance (up to 2200°C)
  • Anti-Graffiti
  • Advanced Chemical Resistance
  • Oxidation & Corrosion Resistant

Paint Correction

What is paint correction? Paint correction is a process of eliminating surface imperfections to restore and revive the vehicle’s paintwork. Surface imperfections include scratches, swirl marks, bird dropping etching and acid rain etching, and more.

All vehicles have a thin layer of clear coat that protects the color of the paint. To restore the clear coat, the surface needs to be shaved down to the depth of the imperfections by machine polishing and polishing products. Once the correction process is completed, the restored clear coat will create a brilliant shine and stunning reflections.

At Reaper Customs, we make sure to wash and decontaminate the vehicle before we begin the process. This process is time consuming and labor intensive. Our team is highly skilled and trained in paint corrections. We evaluate your car in person to establish the amount of correction that is needed.

Auto Detailing

One of our specialties is auto-detailing. We clean, shine, and protect your vehicle inside and out. Our team is skilled and trained to provide the highest-quality service. We take care of any exterior paint defects to restore the polish of the vehicle.

For interior detailing, we do shampooing and steaming. It can be tough to clean some interior parts such as hard surfaces, carpet and upholstery. Leave that to us. Bring in your vehicle and we will have it looking shiny and new for you.

We provide pick-up and drop-off arrangements for customers who are not able to bring their vehicle in.

We detail all types of vehicles from personal to commercial.

Common Ceramic Coating Questions Answered

What is ceramic coating?

The simplest definition is ceramic coat refers to a liquid that when applied on glass, it turns into a shield on their cars. Call it a screen protector that protects your vehicle against rock chips and Ultraviolet or UV rays. Washing is easy and the drying time gets reduced by one-half. It is registered to your VIN number.

The simplest way to explain it is that ceramic coating is a liquid that is applied that turns into a glass shield on your car. 

It acts as a screen protector for your car, that helps protect against rock chips, swirls, and UV rays.

One real advantage of ceramic coating is when you’re washing your car, it cuts your dry time in half as it dries super fast. The other advantage is a ceramic coating job is registered to your VIN number and goes on Carfax, so it helps as a positive selling feature when it is time to sell your vehicle.

Can I run my car through a carwash if it has a ceramic coating job performed on it?

Yes, you can. However, we highly recommend only using a touchless car wash. Often, imperfections are created by car washes on a car’s paint job.

At times when we work on wrapping cars, we work on paint correction to remove scratches, swirl marks and imperfections in the paint, prior to coating it with a ceramic coating. As we have seen many car washes diminish the quality of a paint job, we recommend not to use touch car washes.

Do you offer ceramic coating packages? How much does each package cost?

We offer a (a) 2-year package, (b) 5-year package, and (c ) Lifetime package (warrantied for life). They range from $799, up to $2,299.

With a 2-year package, you get one layer of a top coat. This would range from $799 to $1,000 depending on length of warranty, paint correction needs, and size of vehicle.

With a 5-year package, you get two layers, a base coat and a top coat. This would range from $1,100 to $1,500, depending on length of warranty, paint correction needs, and size of vehicle.

With a lifetime package, you get four layers of base coat, and one layer of a top coat, totaling five layers. This would range from $1,699 to $2,299, depending on length of warranty, paint correction needs, and size of vehicle.

There are no deductibles necessary to exercise the warranty. Turnaround time for a warranty job is about one day.

How long would a ceramic coating job take?

Approximately 2-3 days. The outcome is your car showing off a really shiny and glossy look, continually looking like glass.

How can you tell the difference of a job’s quality between two shops?

Through the years, we’ve witnessed many mistakes on customer’s vehicles, as they bring us their cars after a job done poorly from another shop to be corrected. It’s unfortunate for clients, but we see it all too often.

Mistakes come in the way of improper preparation, coatings not working as well as it should be, or improper coating showing high spots in the paint. These mistakes are especially evident and identifiable in the sun.

As of this writing, we have a car detailing client who revealed to us he had his car ceramic coated by another shop. His car was showing a bunch of water spots in the paint as it wasn’t coated properly. To make matters worse, he was overcharged for that job. The client had noticed the errors too, and captured it with his camera and has to endure the inconvenience of having it redone at the same shop or have us re-do it for him properly.

Lastly, we are Ceramic Pro Certified. Being certified means we have excelled in their hands-on course or training, and that a business has met high standards of verified performance, transparency, and accountability in this industry.

Do you have a “secret sauce” to your approach to ceramic coating?

I don’t know if you can call this a “secret sauce”, but for us, it’s a passion. It’s our passion for this line of work that perhaps is our “secret sauce”. Our clients share with us that they see our passion. It’s not a 9-5 for us. We enjoy coming to the shop to do this, so it’s hard to even call it work. I believe this is the difference that separates us from others.

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