With summer upon us your car is once again rolling under the sun’s full glory. The sun’s ultraviolet rays plus extreme temperatures can really take a toll on your car’s beautiful shiny finish. If you have not been able to implement preventive measures against sun damage to your car’s paint and have already detected signs of sun damage on your vehicle, you should think about applying first-aid to these deteriorated portions. Otherwise, you might be risking further irreversible damage to the paint job.
Parking your car out in the sun for long periods of time can definitely take the luster away from your wax and make your paint job look dull and faded. This can look really bad especially on cars with a dark color, like red, black or deep blue. The overall effect is that of a poorly-maintained vehicle that looks like it has more mileage than it really does.
The sad news is that the sun damage to car paint is not simply skin deep—the UV rays can work right between the paint and the metal finish of your car and cause the paint to peel off. When this happens, you can consider investing in a new paint job, or you can try doing a bit of repair work on the “sun spots” on your car and see if you could live with the result. After all, a full paint job can entail a considerable sum of money, and not every car owner is prepared to break the bank just to restore a vehicle’s glorious good looks.
Here’s what you can do to repair the sun damage to your car:
If you are already happy with how you repaired the sun spots on your vehicle or if you think the sun damage is still minimal, these tips will certainly work well with you. Otherwise, it might be better to just call in the professionals to restore your car’s good looks and bring on the flashy sheen that it used to have. Let DetailXPerts be your guide in restoring your car’s looks and ensuring that it keeps a high resale value and dependable functionality throughout the years