Undrdog Coating

Undrdog Coating

Like Wax on Steroids For Your Car

Protective coating for cars that reduces washing and drying times by 50% and keeps your car cleaner for longer.

Sale price7.100 kr
Undrdog Coating has a rating of 5.0 stars based on 130 reviews.

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Undrdog Coating (ex Lite) is the most versatile, single layer coating solution to protect your belongings from the elements and keep them glossy and easily maintainable for many years. It is based on Polytetrafluoroethylene (C2F4)nSilicon and ParaffinIt might sound like a mouthful, but rest assured that these compounds together are what's making Undrdog coatings better, cleaner and stronger.

Each one of these three main ingredients are incredibly resistant to chemicals, UV rays from the Sun, oxidizers, external contaminants, heat and water spots (something ceramic coatings have trouble contending with). However, combined together in Undrdog, these three ingredients create the trifecta of awesomeness: durability, performance and value.

We at Undrdog are not in the market of selling buzz. We sell super efficient, affordable surface protection and cleaners. That’s why we decided to depart from the standard set of industry-specific buzzwords like “ceramic”, “graphene”, “titanium” and “nano”. We would even go a step further saying that none of those words mean anything in a protective coating and that these terms are just marketing gimmicks. Haven’t you asked yourself where’s ceramic in a ceramic coating? These are all bold buzzwords that give the illusion of durability - but are ultimately hollow and meaningless. Your coffee mug isn’t made from SiO2, is it? Nope… that’s because your coffee mug and toilet are actually ceramic. Let’s just call things what they are - protective coatings.