Standox, one of global refinish brands from Axalta, a leading global supplier of liquid and powder coatings, helps its bodyshops get ready for the future with its complete bank of digital information, tools and support that covers every aspect of the art of refinishing.
Spies Hecker and Standox – two of the premium refinish brands of Axalta, a leading global manufacturer of liquid and powder coatings – have become two of the Preferred Paint Partner brands of Kia Motors (UK) Ltd (KMUK) approved bodyshops after signing a three year commercial paint agreement on 1 January 2020.
Standox has updated its product label design so that they can be more easily identified. Larger product and colour codes, a clear labelling system for the different product technologies and easily recognisable symbols simplify things for busy professional refinishers.
According to the “Global Automotive Color Popularity Report 2019” from the paint manufacturer Axalta, grey came out on top in Europe in 2019. But how are future trends recognised and how are they then implemented in car paints? And above all, how are those colours then repaired? Whether or not a newly developed colour makes
David Gerstein’s works of art are famous in galleries and public spaces around the world, and they all have one thing in common: the bright rainbow colours that have become the 73-year-old’s trademark. To ensure the works of art are permanently protected against the weather, Gerstein uses Standox refinish paint systems. Gerstein and his team
It is not just car paint but also headlights that are permanently exposed to weathering and outside influences such as stone chips, or even the effects of car washes. Sooner or later they can lead to some degradation. With the help of the Headlight Repair Kit from Standox, bodyshops can carry out professional repairs to