Sunday, June 28, 2020

Car body maintenance Easily prevent oxidation and cracking of automobile paint surface

As the daily transportation of people, cars are inevitable when they are exposed to the wind and the sun. As a result, paint skin oxidation, cracks, scratches and other "skin diseases" often appear on the surface of cars, plagued many car owners.

1. Paint surface oxidation

Symptoms: The car is oxidized by the sun's ultraviolet rays for a long time, and the brightness of the paint surface is greatly reduced. As a result, the paint surface will slowly turn white, forming an oxide layer, shortening the life of the car paint. The car paint is black, white, and dull, giving the impression that the car is getting old.

Prevention: Waxing is the best way to prevent paint oxidation. Because the wax plays a sealing role, a protective film is formed on the surface of the car paint to inhibit the oxidation of car paint by harmful external components.

Treatment: The oxidation of the paint surface can be treated by grinding and polishing. After grinding and polishing, removing the oxide layer of the paint surface can make the vehicle regain its radiance and temporarily restore the color to the state of the new car. At the same time, it can also be sealed and coated. Sealing glaze can increase the sealing of car paint, and it is resistant to high temperature and ultraviolet. The coating is to attach the protective paint film of the car to the surface of the car body, so as to isolate and protect the car paint.

Second, crack

Symptoms: If you do not do some necessary care on the paint surface, the metal paint may produce a very fine crack, which will continue to penetrate the car paint until it "breaks through" the entire paint layer. This phenomenon is called "cracking." , Generally occurs on metallic paint. It is difficult for the naked eye to detect the initial stage of cracking, and it is already serious when the naked eye can detect it.

Prevention: Regular waxing can reduce cracks.

Treatment: Only remove the paint completely and grind to the metal surface, and then repaint.

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