In the 20-minute YouTube video, we get a before-and-after demonstration, starting with donuts in the dirt, followed by mud that is literally poured onto the hood of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class before being rinsed with water. Without soap, water seems to only remove the surface dirt, but much of it remains anchored in the paintwork. After this benchmark, the moderator cleans the car and starts to remove the excess dirt. The hood is divided with tape so that we can compare treated and untreated paint.
After washing and polishing, he applies the ceramic coating, noticing the different sheen of the paint and even a slightly different sound when knocking on the hood. Then he subjects the car to the same dusty donuts and mud bathing experiences, but this time there is a noticeable difference. Dust is easily removed from the air, and the mud is washed off with just water, which highlights how much the ceramic coating protects the paint.