Williams Coating

When you buy your car from Richard Nash, you can 'lock in' that showroom shine with Williams Ceramic Coat protection.

The Ultimate in Paintwork and Interior Protection

  • No further waxing or polishing needed
  • Maintain that showroom shine
  • Environment and driver friendly treatment
  • Lifetime guarantee*

* Terms & conditions apply


Ceramic Coat bonds with the pores in your paintwork to form an extremely durable, crystal clear finish, which needs no maintenance except washing, and:

  • Cutting edge formulation developed by NASA. Can be applied to new and
  • used vehicles (up to five years-old)
  • Maintains or restores showroom condition
  • Resists UV light, cold, frost, acid rain, exhaust fumes and solvents
  • Guaranteed to protect against the corrosive effects of bird lime**
  • Has been shown in tests to afford more protection than any similar product
  • Saves you time, money and elbow-grease!

When combined with an innovative interior protection system, Ceramic Coat also provides outstanding protection for carpets and fabrics inside your vehicle. It is:

  • Hypo-allergenic
  • Environmentally-friendly
  • Non-aerosol
  • Completely safe
  • And makes everyday spills, dirt and grime easier to remove

Q | Will I have to reapply ceramic coat?

A | This product has a lifetime guarantee*, so unless you have an accident, you will not need to wax, reapply or renew it within that timeframe.

Q | How often should I clean or polish my vehicle

A | A regular wash with mild soap (not dishwashing detergent) and water will be all your vehicle requires.

Q | Can I use a carwash

A | Certainly. A simple wash and dry cycle will not affect the Ceramic Coat and may be the best way to keep your vehicle clean.

Q | Can I use any vehicle shampoo?

A | Yes, although we do advise you to choose a leading brand, or see if your dealership stocks Ceramic Coat car wash.

Q | How quickly should I remove bird droppings?

A | Ceramic Coat is guaranteed to resist the effects of birdlime, but it’s still best to remove it before it bakes on. Use a little car shampoo to loosen it before you wash, but please, no scraping!

Q | If the vehicle sustains damage, will i need to have it recoated

A | Yes, after an accident, as part of the insurance claim, you will need to have any replaced or painted parts recoated.

If you have any more questions about Ceramic Coat, please ask your sales consultant.

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Ceramic Coat is a new, extraordinary product designed to protect paint work, alloys and bumpers from traffic pollutants, everyday weathering and bird lime. It even protects interior surfaces and fabrics. For 5 years.