Trench Coat Resin Coating | Paint, Plastic and Glass Protectant
Creates the ultimate superhydrophobic surface
Extreme contact angle of water droplets (One of the highest in the industry) is displayed on the surface, helping with drying, self-cleaning, and repelling debris
Adds excellent depth, gloss, and slickness to the surface
Apply to a wet or dry surface
Spreads thin that typical coverage is 2 ounces to 6 ounces for an entire vehicle
Quick flashing and streak-free
Helps reduce the chance of acid rain spotting
Can layer up to 3 coats to provide six months to 9 months of protection
Use on paint, plastic, metal, and glass
Will not be degraded by extreme temperatures
Zero drying time, curing time, etc. Re-coat instantly
UV absorber additive
Updated fine mist "full finger" trigger provided with 8 ounces, 16 ounces, and 32 ounces, making the application more manageable and cost-effective
Smaller sizes supplied with a finger mist style trigger
Your choice of scent
We are proud to introduce a new type of coating to the market! Greenway’s new resin coating is the most unique and requires the most effortless application of all coatings on the market. Unlike typical ceramic-based coatings, our resin-based coating provides something new and fresh to the market.
Greenway’s Trench Coat replaces your standard ceramic coating, wax, sealant, or any other type of topcoat of your choice with a durable coating that can be layered and wipes on as easy as a detail spray.
The resin within Trench Coat helps fill the smallest areas on the clearcoat, plastic, or glass, creating the ultimate superhydrophobic surface. As you wash your vehicle, you will notice that the water sheets off the car, leaving you with much less drying work.
The modified resin within Trench Coat helps sheet water off the surface to the point that the surface is almost self-cleaning and self-drying. The water droplet's contact angle is so great that much of the surface can become superhydrophobic. The superhydrophobic property of Trench Coat dramatically reduces the chance of any remaining water sitting on the surface as well as debris. After a rainstorm, you will notice the surfaces will continue to sheet water, preventing further dirt and debris from attaching themselves to the surface. The sheeting also helps limit water spots that acid rain can create.
The most critical step is to clean the vehicle's surface appropriately. Remove any wax, sealant, ceramic, or any other protective coating that might be on the surface. Ensure proper cleaning by using our Cleanse Shampoo during the wash stage, or rub an alcohol/water mixture after the washing and drying stage. If the vehicle has any overspray or other particles on the clearcoat, please remove these items using a clay bar treatment or fallout remover.
Apply Trench Coat to a wet or dry surface. Both surfaces require similar application steps. When you apply it to a dry surface, the durability becomes significantly increased. After rinsing all the remaining car shampoo off your vehicle, spray Trench Coat onto the surface. You can take a soft microfiber towel and dry the surface that contains the Trench Coat. It is that simple.
After completing the drying stage, you can apply a second coat to the dry surface. Spray Trench Coat onto the surface and wipe it off. You will notice that the product quickly evaporates, allowing ease of use, and only a small amount is needed to complete the entire vehicle. Typically, a whole car requires 2 ounces to 6 ounces of the product to coat.
We recommend using a quality microfiber towel to apply and remove the coating. As you apply the resin coating, you will observe that most of the product will actually “flash” off the surface, which will allow for less wiping, quicker application, and reduce the chance of marring.
You can use any standard pH-balanced shampoo when washing your vehicle, but we do not recommend using shampoos with wax in them. You will notice when the car has a large amount of dirt on the surface, the water sheeting ability is not as apparent, but PROTECTION IS NOT COMPROMISED. Wash and dry the vehicle, which will allow for the characteristics of Trench Coat to return. We do not recommend putting wax on top of this coating.
Trench Coat can be layered and can hold up to three layers. Applying three layers can give six months to nine months of protection, while a single layer lasts two months to three months. We also refer to protection and longevity as typical daily driving of your vehicle. These are accurate figures of the actual practical life of Trench Coat and not an erroneous claim which has harmed the coating industry.
Driving your vehicle through a touchless car wash or using heavy degreasers on the car will significantly affect the coating's longevity. If possible, we recommend hand washing your vehicle to avoid the low and high pH aggressive pre-soaks that you might find at many touchless car washes.
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