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Wet vs. Dry Carbon Fiber

Without being directly informed about wet and dry carbon fiber, any normal individual may overlook the differences. Although the desired look is purely personal preference, the design, manufacturing, and care of wet and dry carbon fiber differ greatly. The term carbon fiber is widely used to describe these similar looking panels that are Read More

Carbon Fiber, Detailing, Polishing, Hazing, Swirls

Carbon Fiber Detailing

Carbon fiber detailing is not extremely hard. It doesn't require a professional and you can actually get very good results...if you know what you're doing. Many times you'll see the trim, a hood, a spoiler, and sometimes even panels of the car decked out in carbon fiber. The carbon fiber, beyond adding a sense of "flash" to the car, serves as a Read More

Carbon Fiber Spoiler Close Up

Polishing Carbon Fiber

If you think matte paint's becoming popular, you should check out what's going on in the world of carbon fiber. Not only have carbon fiber panels been offered for years on models such as BMW's M3 and basically every Ferrari since 2001, they're now combining with unique finishes like matte to provide an even more stunning accent for the super car Read More

Carbon Fiber Close Up

Protecting Strength

Taking Care of Carbon Fiber Panels Those who've heard of carbon fiber panels on performance cars already know that carbon fiber provides a lightweight, durable alternative to traditional steel sheeting. The material, consisting of extremely thin fibers (0.005–0.010 mm in diameter), is popularly used in military, naval, aerospace, civil Read More