We know paint match is a major concern. You might be thinking, "How can ReveMoto match my parts without seeing my car? Don't body shops have to blend the paint to match?" And, we definitely understand the concern. That's why we continue to develop our custom paint mixes and even offer you the option to send in a paint sample for our team of perfectionists to match.
We are so confident in our work thatwe guarantee our paint match. With over 9 years of experience in painting car panels and auto body parts, we are always working with our customers and vendors to ensure we continue to develop and perfect our craft.
We also use paint distributed by one of the most well-known automotive refinish manufacturers in the world so we can offer perfect color matching when it comes to your new auto body part. Our dependable, cutting-edge paint system can generate thousands of paint variations to get the exact paint color you need for your vehicle. There is no guesswork involved, and AkzoNobel offers one of the best spot-on matching systems available on the market.
If you are still skeptical about ReveMoto's paint match, we offer the option of sending in a paint sample, which is simply a 6x6 inch cutout of the damaged part or your fuel/gas door. With a sample, we are able to custom match your brand new part to your paint sample. While sending in a paint sample is not necessary as we will ask you for one if we have had prior issues with a particular color code, feel free to send one if it would give you a peace of mind.
At ReveMoto, we truly believe in providing the best quality painted auto body parts in the industry, so we do our best to get a high-quality paint finish & match.
There is ONE exception to our paint match guarantee: Your car cannot have been repainted before. This includes fixing your car from a prior accident where it might have been repainted. Most body shops will blend the paint on adjacent panels, which changes the original paint color.
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Your Paint Questions Answered
How does ReveMoto paint match panels if they don’t have the car?
Most body shops will say that a painted panel cannot be color matched without the car present and, or, without blending the paint (see above question). This is not entirely true.
Our paint line is formulated to match the mixture from the original formula the manufacturer painted the vehicle. What we do is choose the variant or create a special formula to mimic the color fading that the vehicle would experience depending on age of vehicle. This means we do NOT paint your perfectly good adjacent panels; we don’t charge extra for labor and we don’t keep your car for days or weeks.
Have you ever had problems with the color not matching?
In all honesty, yes. However, this usually only occurs with white pearl paints and some problematic color codes. We have been painting for over 9 years and have resolved a lot of problematic colors with the help of ourDirect Partnership with Akzonobel and Vendors.
If you’re still concerned, we are more than happy to get a paint sample from you. We request a 6x6 inch panel or fuel door to custom match your order. We truly believe in providing the best quality painted auto body parts in the industry, so if the color is off, we'll work with you to ensure it matches.
What paint system does ReveMoto utilize?
We use the Lesonal paint system from AkzoNobel. AkzoNobel has been a paint manufacturer among other different industries for decades. We use their Lesonal paint line, which is their high-quality, solvent-based paint. Their system provides us with a wide variety of paint colors and color variants based on their extensive research and development. AkzoNobel’s high-quality paint and materials provide us with necessary materials to achieve vibrant paint matches and long-lasting painted auto parts.
What's the catch with your Lifetime Paint Warranty?
We use the Lesonal paint system by AkzoNobel. Their paint is a high-quality paint and materials that allows us to spray a superior finish. We also have experienced painters and quality & control professionals that handle your part every step of the way. No paint chipping, spider webs, paint peeling, paint cracking or bubbling/lifting up.
We stand by our quality and our commitment to our customers. If you have any issues with your painted part, please contact us at email@example.com or visit this link.
(Our warranty does not cover rock chips or any external damage to your part. This only covers painting defects caused in the paint process.)
Yes! All our parts receive 2-3 passes of clear coat to achieve a proper full coverage, referred to as OEM film thickness. The clear coat or top coat is what provides that glossy shine to your car and will protect the paint coat from harmful elements. Check out our article on clear coat.
No, we do not accept auto parts that are not from our warehouse. We ensure that all our parts will fit your vehicle without any issue and that the quality is only the best. We cannot ensure that from other manufacturers.
Not all aftermarket parts are created equal. These parts travel a long distance are susceptible to damage(s). Among aftermarket parts, there is grade system based on its imperfections. We only use parts that are near perfect to minimal imperfections, A-B quality.
Third part vendors will sell any type of bumper, from new to refurbished. The process of manufacturing the parts is important to the longevity of a car part. We get only the best parts.
Where can I find my paint code/color?
The most common area to find your paint/color code is on the plaque located on your driver side door jam. You will see your vehicle identification number (VIN) and above or below that you can find the paint code. If you cannot find it there, some manufacturers place the code under the hood, in the glove compartment, or in the trunk. If you are at wits end or don’t have the time to search, you can call any dealership that sells your specific model and ask their “parts” department for the code; just provide your VIN.
I don't see my paint code on your website, what should I do?
Please email us your year/make/model and paint code to firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can do our research and add the missing color. You could also contact us on our landline, 281.561.5300 or fill out a parts request regarding the missing paint code.
Only hand wash your car for the next 3 months after you receive your painted car part. The paint is still considered “soft” and will take some time to fully cure during the 3-month period. Automated car washes have giant spinning brushes that are too abrasive for “soft” paint. Therefore, we recommend only hand washing, buffing and waxing your newly painted parts during this period.