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The 5 Best Posts from 2020

Here are the 5 most-viewed articles on our blog. Check them out!

As we embark on the new year, we thought it would be fun to take a look back at our most popular posts from 2020. After digging into the analytics, here are the posts that you liked most!

Why is My Car’s Paint Peeling?

If you have a vehicle with peeling paint it can be a very frustrating thing. With modern cars, this is becoming less and less common. But, if your vehicle is from the 80’s or early 90’s, there is a pretty good chance that this could happen to you. Below we take a look at why paint peeling happens, and what we can do to help you fix it…

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Why Does My Car’s Paint Feel So Rough?

When most people wash their vehicles, they expect the finish to be as smooth as glass. However, even after a thorough wash, many car owners can still feel a rough or sandy finish. This isn’t the result of poor washing and can happen to any car, no matter how well it is looked after.

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Why is My Car’s Paint Turning White?

We need oxygen to live, however, oxygen can actually contribute to your car’s death. Oxygen in the atmosphere can damage your vehicle’s paint through a process known as oxidation, which, if left completely unattended, can lead to body damage and rust. Oxygen has a tendency to strip other molecules of their electrons, which weakens the bonds between those molecules. When the bonds are sufficiently weakened, those materials (like your car’s paint) can fall apart.

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Why Do Plastic Car Parts Fade?

When you are in the detailing business you start to notice certain things on many of the cars you see in town. One of the things that stands out is faded plastic moulding on vehicles of all types. It is most pronounced on bumpers that were originally painted the body colour of the vehicle, rear spoilers, and on black trim that frames the fenders, windows, and windshield. The fading or chalking you are observing on your plastic car parts is the inevitable result of the breakdown of the plastic, hastened by ultraviolet rays and atmospheric pollutants.

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Wax Removal DIY Tips

Why do we wax our cars? Well, wax is a durable layer that protects your paint, as well as providing gloss and shine. Because it’s the outermost layer on your vehicle, your wax takes the most beating from chips and dings, weather, UV rays, road dirt and grime. To protect your paint and maintain your paints gleam, wax needs to be replaced every so often.

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