Beyond Cars: Diamondbrite Ceramic’s Versatility on the Isle of Man

When we talk about Diamondbrite Ceramic, the first thought that often comes to mind is its application on cars. But recently, an interesting use-case emerged from the Isle of Man, showcasing that our product truly has a broader range.
Diamond Cut Valeting and Detailing, a dedicated customer based on the Isle of Man, chose to think outside the box. They applied Diamondbrite Ceramic Coating to a piece of machinery that’s a bit different from the usual vehicles – a JCB. This was not just an ordinary application but a display of trust in the product’s capability to protect and shine even on heavy-duty machinery.The treated JCB wasn’t just kept in the backdrop; it was showcased at the Southern Show. For those unfamiliar, the Southern Show is among the most significant summer events on the Isle of Man, drawing considerable attention. The Ceramic coated JCB stood as testament to Diamondbrite’s adaptability and efficacy, no matter the vehicle.
Capturing this memorable moment was a photo featuring some key individuals behind the initiative. From left to right, the photo included Jack Driver of JD Landscapes, Dennis Price—the founder and owner of Diamond Cut Valeting services—and, once again, Jack Driver from JD Landscapes, the proud owner of the JCB. This event serves as a gentle reminder that innovation often lies in application. Diamondbrite Ceramic might be renowned for its car applications, but as Diamond Cut Valeting and Detailing demonstrated, its potential stretches far beyond. We’re genuinely grateful to our community for continually exploring and showcasing the potential of our products.

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During the Diamondbrite Fabric Protection process each fibre is coated with an invisible resin based material. After treatment your fabric will be guaranteed against normal everyday spills and stains.