STEP 1 | Preparation and Cleaning


After completing polishing work, the surface should always be checked for paint defects (scratches). Otherwise, these will be encased or enclosed by the sealant and will be difficult to remove afterwards. Once the surface is ready, use PREPARATOR Sealing PrePare (Prod. No.: 11083) to pre-clean all the vehicle surfaces on which the C-ROCK Permanent Ceramic Coating is to be applied. To be on the safe side, this process can be repeated once. All oils, greases, adhesive residues, silicones, and waxes must be removed!

STEP 2 | Connecting the Applicator (Hand-Puck) with the Microfiber Cloth


The first step is to wrap the microfiber cloth around the application sponge. Position the applicator centrally on the SCHOLL Concepts logo on the microfiber cloth and fix all four ends of the cloth in the foam notch. 

STEP 3 | Application of C-ROCK Permanent Ceramic Coating to the Microfiber Cloth


The bottle of C-ROCK Permanent Ceramic Coating must be shaken well before each use. Apply 5-10 drops to the large, microfiber-coated side of the applicator.

STEP 4 | Application on the Paint Surface


Then use the applicator to apply the liquid evenly on the paint surface in a criss-cross pattern. No area should be omitted and a homogeneous film should be formed. The crosswise movement itself should not exceed an application area of more than 60×60 cm.

STEP 5 | Treatment Time


After application, the C-ROCK Permanent Ceramic Coating needs a short treatment time of about 3 – 5 minutes. For colder environments or surface temperatures, we usually recommend a longer treatment time of up to 5 – 6 minutes.

STEP 6 | Removal of liquid Residues


Once the treatment time is over, the residues are removed with the help of a microfiber cloth (lint-free), such as our MicroPLUS polishing cloth 40×40 cm red (Prod. No.: 22446). Once all liquid residues have been removed, the application step is complete.

STEP 7 | Resting/Drying Phase


After the application and subsequent removal of the liquid residues, the drying phase begins. During this phase, you should not move your vehicle. Let it rest for 24 hours. The most important hours are the first 9. Within this time frame, your vehicle should not be exposed to any weather. A wind-protected and roofed parking place would be advantageous. After 9 hours, the most sensitive phase is over. Nevertheless, you should wait 24 hours before moving your vehicle in order to achieve a weather-resistant degree of hardness. You can start with the first wash of your vehicle after 7 days.