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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.

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