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Keeping a car’s value may be tricky, especially if you intend to modify it. But changing the colour can be a costly task both in the undertaking, and when it comes to resale. The solution to this is a temporary colour change that also protects the paint underneath, achieved by using rubber paints. “When you paint a car there’s a lot of time and money involved in preparation, and it can affect the price you get if you want to sell,” explains PJ from Zero Nine Customs. “With rubber paints you only have to clean the surface with a wax and grease remover and apply a generous amount of coats. Then if you want to remove it, simply pull it off.” Most commonly used to black out grilles, badges, and wheels, rubber paints can be used to change an entire car — PJ completed a full colour change on his workshop car in under 24 hours.