How to restore black plastic on your car
Written on the 20 August 2020 by BumperTech
There are two areas of plastics on your car:
Over time, external black plastics on cars can become deteriorated, grey, and faded. This is usually due to climate factors such as sun, wind, rain, and dirt. Run-down plastics can harm the car's appearance and ultimately result in a lower resale value for your car. This can also be said for the internal plastics within the car; however, the inside of cars tend to suffer mostly from cracking and fading due to UV rays and poor upkeep.
So what is the best way to maintain and protect your car's plastics?
There are no specific secrets to maintaining the look of your car's plastics. The key is to simply clean them regularly and use protective products to prevent deterioration and bring the plastic surfaces back to life with a shiny finish. Here are a few tips that will help:
It is important to keep up the maintenance of the plastics, this will help keep the dirt, dust and debris at a minimum. It will also help prevent cracking, fading, discoloration and premature aging.
Ultimately it will keep your vehicle with a beautiful shine!
If you have a vehicle that has some plastics that are beyond just maintenance, we can help you at BumperTech. We can come out to you and give you a quote. Getting your car's scratches, scuffs and scrapes repaired by us gives peace of mind and ultimately value for money as our work comes with a five-year warranty.