After 1 year. (10000x enlargement)


Pores 2
After 2 years. (10000x enlargement)


DITEC Preservation Process

DITEC Paint Preservation System

DITEC is a 5 step treatment to preserve the paint on your car effectively. DITEC Preservation is performed by CDT (Certified DITEC Technician) at a DITEC facility. The process requires 8 to 18 hrs depending on the condition of the paint.



Step 1: Cleaning

The surface is thoroughly washed in order to remove all the contaminants and possible wax from the painted surfaces. This includes inside the doors, trunk, under the hood, etc. The cleaning process includes every part of the vehicle (such as but not limited to carpeting, seats, leather, trunk, engine, tires and rims, etc.)



Step 2: Leveling and Scratch Removal

The paintwork then receives special treatments and polished with individual DITEC components in order to remove the scratches and swirls and create a level surface. The paint is prepared paint for preservation.


Step 3: Sterilization and Deep Cleaning

All painted surfaces are washed again. This time there is no water involved. The paint is washed with a DITEC liquid detergent. This liquid enters the microscopic pores in the paintwork and thoroughly cleans cleans the paint and removes all soot, smog and dust particles. After step 3 the paint is clinically sterile to ensure that no contaminants is going to be sealed and preserved.



Step 4: Activation and Sealing

The clean pores are then filled up with a DITEC Sealing agent. This process seals the pores and prevents contaminants from entering the paint in the future. DITEC's sealing agent and activator is organic and does not contain any Teflon, PTFE or Silicon.


Step 5: Application of DITEC Top-Coat

The last step of preservation is application of DITEC top-coat. DITEC Top-Coat is also an organic substance that creates an invisible barrier between the paint and outside environment. The Top-Coat protects the paint surface against contaminants, industrial fallouts, sun, dust, acid rain, bird droppings. Top-Coat has a very dense molecular structure and prevents even the oxygen to reach the paint and therefore protects the paint against oxidation and "sun-burn" and protects the metal against rust and corrosion.