Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating

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Spray-and-rinse graphene coating

McKee’s 37 Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating is a spray-on, rinse-off graphene ceramic coating that provides a long-lasting shine that only takes minutes to apply.  Formulated using an ultra-refined blend of graphene-oxide ceramic resins, McKee’s 37 Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating imparts a durable shell of graphene ceramic protection that lasts upwards of 12 months.  Designed to be applied to a wet vehicle after being washed, McKee’s 37 Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating will significantly increase the depth, gloss, and richness of your vehicle’s paint – and it only takes minutes to apply!  Treated surfaces will be left extremely slick and hydrophobic.  McKee’s 37 Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating can be used on all exterior surfaces including paint, wheels, glass, and chrome.

Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating is our most advanced, longest-lasting spray-on, rinse-off ceramic coating.  Compared to its lower-priced counterparts in the McKee's 37 family, Hydro Graphene forms an even thicker coating, offering robust protection in any environment.  Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating is so durable in fact, that it easily outlasts traditional waxes and synthetic sealants despite it's effortless spray-on, rinse-off application.  Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating is a no-compromise formula.  

Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating was formulated to be safe for all exterior surfaces - paint, wheels, glass, chrome, plastic trim, carbon fiber, and more.  No matter the surface, Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating will leave it slick, glossy, and extremely well protected.  Hydro Graphene can even be applied to surfaces that are protected with a paint-protection film. 


McKee’s 37 Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating is designed to be applied to your WET vehicle AFTER washing it.  Working ONE panel at a time, mist 4 to 5 sprays of McKee’s 37 Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating directly onto the surface and IMMEDIATELY rinse with a garden hose.  Repeat this process panel-by-panel until the entire vehicle has been coated.  Be mindful of overspray when it’s windy.  As you rinse a panel, it’s good practice to overlap your rinse on surrounding panels to ensure any overspray has been rinsed off.  After the entire vehicle has been coated, proceed to drying it with a McKee’s 37 Car Dryer or McKee’s 37 Glacier 1100 Drying Towel. 

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    Mark Bugara Sr.
    United States United States

    Finally tried it

    Easy on and off, did do it in partial sun, and it seemed to dry to a haze will update when it finally rains

    Dave B.
    United States United States

    Easy to use with awesome results!

    This is my third purchase….I even bought one for a gift! After washing and rinsing your vehicle, while it’s still wet, spray this product on and rinse it off with a forceful stream of water…. doing it a section at a time. The results will amaze you! Lasts for several washes. I apply twice a year and my car looks fantastic.

    Rob E.
    United States United States


    It works so well and is super easy

    Thomas N.
    United States United States

    Have used on everything I own!

    Great and easy product to use..... From a 61 Cadillac to a modern muscle machine that has been hard-coated, this makes it shine and everything just falls off for maintaining. Hydro Graphene Ceramic Coating Review
    United States United States

    Car now cleans itself

    Long time user of hydro blue. After hearing all the hype about graphene, and trusting anything McKees sells, I decided to splurge and buy this. I used much more product than I would using hydro blue because I couldn’t tell where I’d sprayed. With hydro blue when you rinse it off, there’s a foam I would see at the leading edge of the rinse water. With graphene, I didn’t notice any foam in the rinse water so I kept applying more product. I’m sure I overused product as a result, but the results made it all worthwhile. My car literally cleans itself when it rains. Water sheets off the paint like never before carrying with it some of the surface dirt. When I went out after a heavy rain, my car was dry because all the water had rolled off the paint. My wife’s car, parked right beside my car was still wet.