Paint transfers on your bodywork can occur in a variety of ways, whether as a result of a minor collision with another vehicle, or rubbing against moving objects such as a bicycle or garbage can.

While paint transfer may seem aesthetically worrying, the actual damage depends largely on the condition of the varnish layer. If there's only one transfer and the varnish layer is intact, the threat of corrosion diminishes considerably.

But to be sure, you'll first need to remove those nasty traces of paint, and that's easy to do with our paint regenerator.

To show you how easy it is to use our paint regenerating polish, watch this short video to discover how easy it is to remove those unsightly marks from your car.

Removing paint marks from bodywork.