Much like the skin on our body, the paintwork is what protects the sheetmetal of our cars from the harshnesses of the environment. As the car is subject to use, so is the paintwork accordingly subject to wear and tear.
But unlike the mechanical and electrical components, the paintwork of our cars are rarely serviced. When neglected, and yet exposed to the elements, the result is that our car’s paint gradually fades and loses its lustre. This is in addition to stone chips, scratches, dings, and various other battle scars that progressively deteriorate the car’s appearance.