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Review: Weiruixin 10H Ceramic Coating 3.0

Today on our hands, we have Weiruixin 10H Ceramic Coating!! Now this one is new to us. We have never used one of their products. It is a Chinese-based company. And the product price reflects it - it is much less expensive than the competition. Does cheap mean bad? Well, sometimes it does - let's test it first before we pronounce any judgment.

We are interested in whether the product will perform as advertised since it has a toughness rating of 10H! While other Ceramic Coating products usually are at the 9H mark.


Now there is not a huge difference between those ratings but it just might make the difference and would protect your paint where 9H wouldn't, and that is what's important. You always want to get the most out of the Paint Protection you are using.


Just to clarify - we are not sponsored by Weiruixin or any other manufacturer of Paint Protection products, and we will test and review the product as it is in real-world conditions. We will follow the manufacturer's instructions during the application process and we will prepare the surface to ensure the best finish and best adhesion possible. We are leaving an affiliate link to all our review products but in case the product turns out to be of low quality or not as all as advertised, we leave a warning to all our readers, and the quality of the product will always be reflected in the grade we assign to it at the end of every review. So if you do not want to sit through all of this text, you can scroll down to the Average Grade and read our Final Thoughts to get a general idea of what the product is all about.

So let's dive in and see what this product is all about!

10H ceramic coating

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Ok, now, as you can see from the image above, this product already stands out from its competition in several areas. It specifies the product's tolerance levels towards chemical resistance, and it goes from highly acidic all the way to highly alkaline - pH 2 - 12. Now those are some SERIOUS numbers.

We will test that before making any judgment. Heat resistance seems a bit excessive. We suppose they are talking about 760 degrees Fahrenheit. We hope. Otherwise, that is just crazy. Now the elephant in the room is the 10H hardness rating to the usual 9H rating that you get in most other Ceramic Coatings out there. Is it really stronger, or is this a marketing hoax to get more customers? Well, we will certainly find out! Durability is at a year and a half instead of in the 2-5 year range, so that might be something to be aware of.

The quantity you get with the product is 50ml as per the usual 30ml bottles. And it promises a mirror-glossy finish. All these things will be tested once we apply the coating.

First, we need to prepare the car's surface for Ceramic Coating application, and if you want to learn how to do that properly, check the link.

Now that the surface of the car has been decontaminated of all the dirt and after we have polished the car and degreased it, and made sure it is completely dry, we are ready for application!

weiruixin ceramic coating application

The application process is quite simple and straightforward. You apply a dozen drops onto the small microfiber towel that is wrapped around the applicator block. Both come with the kit. You pick a section of the car to start with and work in small enough areas to ensure proper coverage and that you do not go over the flashing point of the product. Since almost all products have different flashing times, and this one didn't specify, we will just look for the haziness or rainbow colors while working. After about 60 seconds, you could see the rainbow meaning the area was ready to be buffed off. Once the excess material has been removed and the area is leveled, it loses tackiness and becomes very smooth as it should be.

Weiruixin 10H Ceramic Coating 3.0

Once the whole vehicle has been covered with the Ceramic Coat, we will leave it for 24 hours in our garage to harden before we start using the vehicle.

So 24 hours are up! How did it do? The car looks glossy but not much glossier than what it looked after it was polished. The car does look nice, though! So now, over the next 2 weeks, we will be using the car daily, driving in town, driving on a dirt road at a bit higher speeds to really pick up the dust, leaving the car parked outside in the sun every day and wash it up to a total of 10 times using a regular car shampoo that is not pH neutral. And we will also try out using stronger chemicals to see how it handles the stress.

It has been a full sunny day, and the vehicle is in the garage, ready to have its first wash. Before we start we have to say that the car's paint looks very nice. The bottom parts and the back of the car have some dirt on them, as expected due to the offroading adventures the car will be going through. Now, we have our 2 buckets ready a microfiber washing mitt and diluted shampoo in the 'wash' bucket and clean water and a grit guard in the 'rinse' bucket.

If you want to learn how to properly care for your car once it has been Ceramic Coated, click here. We will of course keep our washing methods in this test a bit grounded and perform it as most people would.

Once the car has been washed properly with car shampoo, it is time to rinse it with the pressure washer using just water to see how Weiruixin 10H Ceramic Coating performs in the hydrophobicity department. Water beaded a lot at the surface, pushing the excess water off the surface very quickly. It sure is hydrophobic, alright. It wasn't the best we have seen, but it was satisfactory considering the price point. It didn't seem like the product lost any of its properties after the wash.

During the remainder of the 2 week period, we washed the car a total of 10 times using strong products from regular car shampoo to industrial tar remover. We have also used the abrasive side of a dishwashing sponge to test the 10H toughness level that Weiruixin 10H Ceramic Coating promises. All in all, here are the results. The hydrophobic properties diminished more and more with each wash. After the ten washes, Weiruixin 10H Ceramic Coating had barely any hydrophobicity left, and water tended to stay on the surface or sheet extremely slowly.

The 10H toughness rating didn't live up to its promise since some swirl marks were present at the end, and the area that had been treated with the abrasive sponge using light pressure was left with scratches. It wasn't bad, though, since it was visible under sunlight or a torch only, but still, not what you would expect from a Ceramic Coating.

The 50ml of product that you get with the kit is enough, in our opinion, to easily fully coat two medium-sized vehicles. Also, the gloss levels, while they weren't that impressive from the get-go, they stayed that way pretty much throughout the whole experiment.

Our verdict on this product:

  • product life time when applied: C

  • resistance to elements: C

  • resistance to damage: D

  • resistance to chemicals: C

  • application difficulty: C

  • hydrophobic properties: C

  • gloss / shine: B

Average grade: C

Cost: 14.79$ / 1 fl oz

0.50$ / 1 ml

Our final thoughts on Weiruixin 10H Ceramic Coating?

Weiruixin 10H Ceramic Coating performed more like a Spray-On version of Ceramic Coating, without the ease of application and without the massive increase in product quantity that you usually get with the sprays. Overall it wasn't awful, but if someone suggested this product t you while promising all these things, you would walk away as a disappointed customer with a flawed view of what Ceramic Coatings are.

This product did perform as one. It just did a mediocre job throughout all categories. Was the product diluted, or was it a 'watered down' version of a Ceramic Coating and has such a low price point because of that - We don't know, we are not chemists, nor do we know their production process. Either way, we couldn't recommend this product to our readers knowing it would not be a product that we could stand behind.

When companies use all these terms and phrases to promote their product, it just leaves a bad taste once a customer gets disappointed, leaving the customer unsatisfied, and will likely distrust other good products because of that experience. Did Weiruixin 10H Ceramic Coating do all the things it promised? Well yeah, if you want to be technical, but the ambiguity and loose, stretched terminology leave you to wonder if lawyers made those claims in the first place.

That being said, Weiruixin 10H Ceramic Coating, considering its low price, is not bad for a beginner to perhaps learn to use an entry-level Ceramic Coating for the first time as practice. You aren't risking much money, and you will get the full application experience that you would normally go with other higher-end products.

- Should you choose to go for it after reading the review -

Get your Weiruixin 10H Ceramic Coating 3.0 on Amazon here:



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