There is a possibility that the paint repair bumper will have a color difference with the original car paint, which is mainly affected by the following factors:

  1. Pigment matching: The color of the original car paint has a special formula. When repairing the bumper, although the repair studio will try to mix a close color as much as possible, the possibility of a complete match is not always 100%. Especially for some special paint colors, or slight color changes caused by long-term exposure to the external environment, these will cause a certain color difference between the new paint and the original car paint.

  2. Aging and sun exposure: Over time, the car paint will gradually fade due to aging and sun exposure. Even very close colors may have obvious differences between the new and the old, especially if the vehicle is often exposed to the sun, or the original car paint has a history of several years.

  3. Painting technology: The technology of paint repair will also affect the final effect. High-quality paint work requires not only good pigment matching, but also professional technology to ensure the uniformity and smoothness of the paint surface. Poor technology may cause mottled colors or uneven paint layers.

  In order to minimize color difference, some professional auto repair shops use advanced color matching systems to match colors according to the vehicle's manufacturer, model and year of production. In addition, experienced spray painters will also use some techniques, such as local spraying gradient transition, to help blend the new and old paint surfaces more naturally and reduce the visual impact of color difference.

  If you are particularly sensitive to color difference, SHINESELL recommends that you communicate with the repair shop in detail when choosing a repair service to understand their color matching technology and repair experience, and even ask to see some samples of completed work in advance to evaluate their matching and repair quality.