My bird's frount and rear bumper facia is turning an off white(yellow tinge)
compared to the rest of the car. The car has always been garage kept and has
lived more in doors that out. This is the cars orginal paint job and it has
neer been in any kind of accident. Other than this.... the body is in
My question.... any reason why this happen???? (I had someone tell me that
the paint has a flexable additive that is added for the paint in this area
and that is what is doing it.) (Any truth to that?)
Also... it's not real noticable... but you can tell.... would you leave it
alone or would you have them re-painted????
The person that told you about the addative, is exactly right.
What I used to do in my shop, because I had a paint mixing system before
most shops believed in their value was: delete the amount of clear in the
formula, for the amount of flex addative that you were going to use in the
sprayable mixed amount.
Maguiars makes a painted flexable bumper restorer, it's worked for me, more
times than not. Give it a try, you have nothing to lose but the price of the
I hope this helps!
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