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Carbon Flex C9 is the world’s most advanced hydrophobic protective coating. Carbon Flex C9 creates crystal clear protection for a brilliant shine on any vehicle.
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Brilliant Candy Sparkle Finish
Carbon Flex C9 enhances the most brilliant shine and gloss from any color paintwork. The C9 coating cures transparent to heighten a beautiful lustrous finish that makes any color sparkle with a crystal clear, wet, and glossy shine. Finishes treated with Carbon Flex look like they were finished with expensive custom candy coating paint jobs. C9 Coating enhances the natural gloss and depth of paintwork so that it glistens and glows with a unique signature crystal candy sparkle.
Extended Protection And Shine
Traditional car waxes have limited durability on paintwork and other automotive surfaces. Carnauba wax protects paintwork from the elements and enhances shine with a warm, wet look, but it only lasts up to three months under ideal conditions. Chemical Guys Carbon Flex C9 Protective Coating is the next evolution in car care coatings. The durable coating protects paintwork and other automotive surfaces for up to 36 months.
Most professional installers have found that a minute is enough in warm climates like the US, Canada, and Europe. Though extremely cold or humid climates can require more time, a minute is more than enough time needed to achieve incredible protection and shine!
Please Note: Always try a test spot before use.
|Ingredient INCI Name||Ingredient CAS Number||Ingredient Category||Ingredient Function|
|Paraffins (Petroleum), Normal C5-C20||64771-72-8||Intentionally added non-fragrance||Solvent|
|Naphtha (Pretroleum), Hydroteated Heavy||64742-48-9||Intentionally added non-fragrance||Co-Diluent|
|Pentyl Acetate||628-63-7||Intentionally added non-fragrance||Protection/Durability|
|Bis [2-(2-methoxyethoxy ethyl) Ether||143-24-8||Intentionally added non-fragrance||Co-Diluent|
Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for this product can be downloaded from our website. Please note that OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard has different disclosure requirements than California's "Cleaning Products Right to Know Act of 2017." Therefore, information listed in Section 3 of the SDS may not exactly match the information in this disclosure.