#custom auto paint
Solid Car Paint Colors
Solid car paint colors do not have a sparkling component when exposed to light. That is why these are referred to as solid colors. For many, solid car paint colors are the easiest to apply, repair and are generally less expensive than other car paint colors such as metallic car paints and pearl car paints. Also, solid car paint colors tend to last much longer than their metallic, pearl and candy counterparts.
Even though solid car paint colors don t have a sparkling component, they don t have to be dull and boring. At UreKem, we believe solid paint colors can be vibrant and rich, without sacrificing that perfect show-stopping quality that you will want. Below are some of our most popular solid car paint colors.
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Metallic Car Paint Colors
Metallic car paint colors and created from finely ground and classified aluminum particles combined with special color pigments to provide coloration while allowing the aluminum particle to sparkle in light. Metallic car paint colors can vary widely in terms of both color and sparkle size.
Applying metallic colors can be difficult for a novice painter, whereas a more established painter should not experience much in the way of a learning curve. Below are some of our most popular metallic car paint colors.
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Pearl Car Paint Colors
Pearl car paint colors are created using special pearlescents with transparent coloring agents which give colors a rich shimmers unlike other car paints. Unlike their metallic counterparts, it is the pearl pigment itself which gives off the colored shimmer. The metallic colors will always use some form of silver to create their shimmering look. UreKem manufacturers two types of pearl car paint colors: two-stage and three-stage .
Two-Stage Car Paint Colors
Two-stage car paint colors systems are generally referred to as a basecoat clearcoat system where you will have a colored pearl basecoat and the clearcoat. Below are some of our most popular two-stage car paint colors.
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Three-Stage Car Paint Colors
Three-stage car paint colors systems are generally referred to as a basecoat, midcoat, clearcoat system where you will have a colored basecoat, and translucent midcoat with pearl and then the clearcoat. Below are some of our most popular three-stage car paint colors.
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Candy Car Paint Colors
Candy car paint colors are exceptionally unique in the automotive paint world and are some of the most sought after colors in the custom car paint color industry.
True candy colors are created through a three step process with the first step being a reflective base (usually metallic), the second step being a transparent colored layer and the third step being a protective clearcoat. True candy car paint colors are some of the deepest, richest colors that you can find in the car paint color industry.
Even though candy car paint colors are highly sought after, they have a few shortcomings that should be noted. They are more expensive than most of their counterparts, they are harder to apply and they often have 1/3rd the life of a pearl, metallic or solid color automotive paint job. However, after you look at a few of our most popular candy car paint colors, you ll see why these are so highly favored.
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