Sun Damaged Paint on your Car

Every time you take your car for a spin it is exposed to the sun.  The sun’s UV rays are not only harmful to our skin but also harmful to our vehicles. We all want our car to keep that bright high gloss finish like when it was brand new.  

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Sunlight actually speeds up both corrosion and paint fading on any metal surface.  The fact that we drive our vehicles in all types of weather conditions as all hours of the day only contributes further to the damage.

ICC Collision Center can re-paint sun damaged vehicles. Call us today! In the meantime you can take preventative measures to slow down or eliminate sun damage.  

As a conscientious car owner you want your car to look the best it can look.  

Park somewhere away from the sun: Park in a shaded area, seems simple enough!  Most people are in too much of a hurry to look for a shaded parking spot.  The UV rays can wreak havoc on the roof paint.  Engine heat and UV rays can destroy the paint on the hood.  Sun and heat can also destroy leather interior.  

Detail your vehicle regularly: Do it yourself or bring in the professionals, cleaning the dirt and grime off the surface of your vehicle helps cut down on damage to your painted surfaces.

Wax your vehicle:  Your vehicle can fight the UV damage a little better if they have a wax coat.  The wax prevents dirt and grime from sticking to the paint.  Include this in your next detailing and give your paint a better chance!

UV Car Cover: If you have to park in the sun for a long period of time the absolute best protection you can use is a UV car cover.

If you have been involved in an auto collision and the paint on your car just doesn’t look right, ICC Collision Center can bring your car back to it original beautiful shine!  

When it’s time for a new paint job ICC Collision Center can bring your car back to it original beautiful shine!

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