With so many different shades of Red candy paint, which one is best for you?
This will always depend on you! Are you someone who likes more of a dark red, wine red or a bright red? Once you know how light/dark you like your red to be, we can get started creating the right one for you.
How do you know which one to pick?
It begins with your decision on whether you want light, dark or in the middle. Once you have that question answered, then you know what color base you’ll want. When you use a silver base coat, it’ll brighten the color. As opposed to a gold base coat, that’ll darken the color. We have 4 different red candy paint shades. Apple has a orangish overtone, Cranberry has a magenta overtone, Cherry has a dark burgundy red candy paint look.
What’s the differences?
The differences are simply the shade. When you’re looking for a dark red, Poppin’ Cherry would be best for you. When you’re looking for a bright red, Apple would be best. Looking for something wine red, Cranberry would be your choice. Finally if you’re looking for something that pushes the limits of red & orange, Blood Orange is AMAZING! No matter what you choose, candy red paint is always going to attract attention & leave you looking back at your car every time you step away.
How do I know which type of Red candy paint to select?
This again will depend on the final result you are looking for. Remember each of these will need to have a quality clear coat with UV inhibitors in it.
Reduce & spray like a base coat over a silver/gray/gold metallic base coat or pearl base coat
2k candy paint that you spray like clear coat over a silver/gray/gold metallic base coat
Cande Base Coat
Reduce & spray like a base coat over a solid white/black base coat or sealer