“Inside the new Range Rover, occupants are cocooned within a tranquil haven.” So states a features and specs video from Land Rover, and based on our experience with the vehicle, that sounds about right. The interior of the vehicle is refined at every level, down to the last stitch.
With a cabin like that, owners don’t leave maintenance and care to chance. That’s why the owner of the above Range Rover had us equip its interior with advanced protective coatings.
Here are four reasons why that’s a good decision, and why you should consider interior coatings for your vehicle.
1. Interior Coatings Defend Surfaces from Spills and Stains
A premium interior coating creates a hydrophobic barrier over the surface it protects. That means when liquid comes in contact with the surface, it beads and slides off rather than being absorbed.
2. Interior Coatings Protect from Abrasions
Often long-term damage in leather or fabric begins with small scratches, maybe caused by a button on a pants pocket. When a seat is being used frequently, some amount of wear is unavoidable. But the wearing process can be slowed if the surface is fortified. A premium coating makes surfaces more resistant to small scratches and abrasions.
3. Interior Coatings Block Harmful UV Rays
Another threat to your car’s interior is the sun. When UV rays strike your car’s upholstery, they have a fading effect. Premium coatings block UV rays, which keeps interior surfaces looking crisp and fresh.
4. Interior Coatings Make Surfaces Easy to Clean
No preventative measures will make cleaning unnecessary. If you use your vehicle, you will have to do some kind of regular cleaning of the interior. But when surfaces are equipped with advanced coatings, they are much easier to clean. The hydrophobic barrier and low surface tension of a coating make it difficult for grime to bond, meaning that you can easily wipe away a mess.
If you’re ready to equip your vehicle with advanced coatings for leather, fabric, vinyl, or plastic, schedule an appointment today.