Which Car Color Hides Dirt Best?

Which Car Color Hides Dirt Best?

Matt DeWolf, spokesman for the International Carwash Association, says that the midtone pewter and silver-colored vehicles are the best grime-hiding hues.

Black is the worse at dirt display, mirroring the muck, and high-contrast white also does a bad job of showing it off.

So going gray or silver is the way to go.

What color car shows dirt the least?

Perhaps the best color to choose if you’d like a car that will hide dirt in-between washings is gray or silver. These lighter-colored cars don’t show dirt, scratches or other imperfections like black cars and other darker cars do, and mud isn’t quite as obvious on them as it is on a white car.

Do white cars hide dirt?

Matt DeWolf, spokesman for the International Carwash Association, says that the midtone pewter and silver-colored vehicles are the best grime-hiding hues. Black is the worse at dirt display, mirroring the muck, and high-contrast white also does a bad job of showing it off. (Use our car-washing tips.)

What color car is most expensive?

Car paint color doesn’t affect the cost of car insurance or how often car owners are pulled over by the police. People believe that the color of their cars affect the cost of their car insurance – namely, flashy colors like red and yellow.

January 10, 2017.

Top Car Colors
ColorPercent
Black19.5%
Silver18.%
White16.2%

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