Restoring Your Lincoln's Paint

Have you been noticing unsightly chips, cracks, fades, or scratches in your Lincoln’s paint? If you have, you’ll find that these blemishes are suddenly impossible to ignore. The biggest villain in the battle to protect your Lincoln’s paint is the sun. Over time, UV rays will fade and oxidize your vehicle’s paint. Other culprits that can damage your vehicle’s paint are weather conditions such as snow, rain, hail, high winds – even animals can do a number on your car’s paint. 

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If you’re unable to keep your Lincoln parked in a garage at all times, you’ll need to learn the art of keeping your car’s paint pristine all year round. Our St. Louis Park Lincoln service center is here with some valuable tips on how to protect your Lincoln’s paint.

Protecting Your Lincoln’s Paint: Prevention

The best way to protect your Lincoln’s paint? Prevention. You should wash your Lincoln consistently to keep its paint from needing to be restored later on down the road. Washing your Lincoln as soon as you notice irritating dirt, insect splatters, or unfortunate bird droppings will keep its topcoat from breaking down. 

Protecting Your Lincoln’s Paint: Restoration

Much like a bad sunburn, a damaged paint job can heal quickly with enough attention! After you have properly washed and dried your car, you can use a clay bar as a sort of sunscreen for your Lincoln to remove the buildup that is causing your car’s paint to dull and appear faded. The clay bar won’t remove all imperfections, but it will provide a tighter surface and make your paint last longer. 

Protecting Your Lincoln’s Paint: Waxing Your Vehicle

There are four different types of wax that drivers can choose from to protect their Lincoln’s paint:

  • Liquid Wax
  • Paste Wax
  • Spray Wax
  • Wipe-On, Walk Away Clear Sealant

When you’re trying to restore faded or oxidized paint, paste and liquid formulas appear to provide the best results. Be sure to wax your Lincoln as soon as the weather turns cold, as harsh temperatures can affect the paint. 

St. Louis Park Drivers Keep Their Lincolns Looking Like New With These Helpful Tips

Keep up diligently washing and waxing your Lincoln and you’ll have the best-looking car on the block. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a service appointment, please don’t hesitate to contact us at our St. Louis Park Lincoln dealership today.

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