Reproduction of the discontinued Super Fine Coating window sticker.
- Clear Vinyl
- Reverse adhesive for inside application
Version 1 for the following Nissan models:
- Sunny 90-93
- Vanette Serena 91-99
- Laurel 88-92
- Prairie 88-98
- 180SX 89-98
- Cedric/Gloria 91-2014
- Caravan/Homy Coach 93-2001
Version 2 for the following Nissan models:
- Laurel 93-97
- Presea 90-94
- Terrano 86-95
- Safari 87-97
It is Nissan Laurel that appeared for the first time in the world in 1988 ( Showa 63) (manufacturer designation “Super Fine Coating (SFC)”). In addition, this technology is also used for construction and is used for bridges such as Akashi Ohashi.
The acrylic urethane paint reduces the gloss by about 20% in about 5 years and the acrylic silicone paint in about 10 years. In comparison, it is said that 90% gloss of fluoroplastic paint is maintained even 20 years after construction. As the effect thereof, water repellant performance and weatherability performance are further enhanced, and the generation of stains due to hair scratches, chemicals, sunlight and the like which are easily generated by brushes and dust during car wash can be mentioned.
It is an expensive paint compared to other paints, but it is said to be an economical paint in the long run, in terms of durability and design. After being adopted by Nissan and Laurel, improvements were made, and “Super fine coating (SFC)” evolved to “Super fine hard coat (SFHC)”, and the types of vehicles adopted were gradually expanded mainly on Nissan luxury cars.
For a while, it has been deployed in various models such as Cefiro , Pao , Racine , Sylvia , President , Primera , Sunny , Precea, etc. In recent years, it has been adopted for the Teana and the Skyline. However, due to recent improvements in coating technology and cost reductions, they were gradually removed from the options.