Any type of vehicle blemish is undesirable no matter the exterior color. Even so, dents and scratches are more pronounced on some auto paints. Do even minor imperfections on your car make you weak in the knee? If so, then here are a few car colors that hide dents and scratches quite well. Consider these palette options the next time you go car shopping.
White and any of its iterations do a pretty good job at hiding surface wear. This is due to the bright color that minimizes the appearance of blemishes on a sunny day. Light gray has the same effect for hiding small dings. Of course, you’ll definitely notice the dent or scratch because it’s your car, but it won’t be as noticeable to the casual passerby. The color beneath the paint is also whitish/grayish in color, allowing scratches to blend with the surrounding paint. Continue Reading →