How to Restore Car Paint

When it comes to our automobiles, we often find ourselves protective. While some may name their cars and detail them with personalized decals, you find yourself asking what you can do to stand out. If your paint is looking dull or you’re trying to rid yourself of those random rust spots taking over your vehicle, there’s a solution for it all.

Flitz Polish Paste makes it easy to learn how to restore car paint and comes in when your ride needs a little pick me up. Usable on all metals, plastics, and fiberglass; you won’t need to worry about damaging your car further. With its numerous uses, application and cleaning procedures may vary.

  • Tarnished body: apply polish with paper towel and rub to satisfaction. Polish with a soft cloth.
  • Rusted parts: apply polish with steel wool, applying pressure to affected areas. Polish with a soft cloth.
  • Heat discoloration: apply polish with paper towel and allow it to soak in for three minutes. Polish with soft cloth.
  • Fiberglass and Painted surfaces: apply polish with a damp cloth. Polish with a soft, dry cloth.

That's it for our guide on how to restore car paint and other discolored surfaces!

However if you're in need of a quick fix, you should try out Flitz Speed Wax; perfect for those in need of a shine without wasting your time. To use, simply shake well and spray over the surface of your vehicle. Once on, you may buff while wet, or wait until it has dried. 

We recommend using a Flitz Microfiber Cloth for best results, available here on Flitz.com

How to Restore Car PaintHow to Restore Car Paint

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