Ceramic Pro Wayne Auto Styling - Window Tinting - Paint Protection film - Ceramic Coating
Keeping your car in tip-top shape is no easy feat, but at Ceramic Pro Wayne, we’re dedicated to making it as easy as possible for car owners in Wayne, NJ.
Our team of car detailing experts specializes in providing top-of-the-line Ceramic Pro Ceramic Coatings, KAVACA Paint Protection Film, and KAVACA Window Tint services that will keep your car looking like it just rolled off the lot.
We know that your car is much more than a means of transportation. It's an expression of your personality. We are passionate about protecting and enhancing your vehicle using the best products available. When it comes to protecting your car from the elements, you can trust Ceramic Pro Wayne to get the job done right.
Our team of experienced professionals can provide you with the best service, whether you want to protect your brand new car or give an old one a new lease on life. We believe that using the best products is the key to success, which is why all of our services are performed with Ceramic Pro and KAVACA. These products are specifically designed to provide maximum protection and long-lasting results, ensuring that your car will look and feel great for years to come.
Wayne is a township in Passaic County, in the U.S. state of New Jersey. Home to William Paterson University and located less than 20 miles (32 km) from Midtown Manhattan, the township is a bedroom suburb of New York City and regional commercial hub of North Jersey. As of the 2020 United States census, the township's population was 54,838, an increase of 121 (+0.2%) from the 2010 census count of 54,717, which in turn reflected an increase of 648 (+1.2%) from the 54,069 counted in the 2000 census.Wayne was formed as a township by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on April 12, 1847, from portions of Manchester Township. Totowa was formed from portions of Wayne and Manchester Township on March 15, 1898. Points of interest include William Paterson University, Willowbrook Mall, Wayne Towne Center, High Mountain Park Preserve, and Dey Mansion.