As an aerosol manufacturer, we see it as our duty to inform you about recycling. In the following, you will learn how our products are disposed of in a recycling-friendly manner.
What does recycling actually mean? Simply put, recycling means that things are not thrown away, but that material is reused. The recycling process is also called "material recovery". Glass, paper, cardboard, iron, non-ferrous metals and plastics are particularly suitable for this. An important prerequisite for "material recovery" is that the recyclable materials are collected as purely as possible or that they are separated from the rest of the waste as easily as possible.
The basic principle is: All produced products of European Aerosols can be returned to the recycling cycle after residual emptying. Important here is the separation of all possible packaging components without having to use any tools!
This means that all products must be completely empty and the individual packaging components separated from each other. If the products are not completely empty, they must be handed in at collection points such as recycling centers. Please note that the names of the municipal and communal collection points are sometimes different. If you are unsure or have detailed questions, always contact your city or municipality directly.
Need to know the colour of your car? It’s actually located on your car. Even if two paint colours look the same, car manufacturers make loads of different exterior paint colours and they can all vary from year to year, so you need to make sure the code is right to get an exact paint match. Find out below where you can find your car’s colour.
Your car brand
Most common places
The image above shows the most common places where you can find your colour code. If you select your car brand you will see a specific image containing the locations for your vehicle.
Car manufacturers have different production series where they might use paints from different paint manufacturers. Therefore, it can occur there are slight changes in colour shade under the same car colour code. To supply everyone, MOTIP makes these variations available. Is there a check mark visible in this column? This means you have a colour code with variations. The differences are small. However, they may be noticeable. We simply cannot say precisely which article best matches the colour of your car. In this case, we’d recommend you check the colour chart at a shop. If you do want to try, always spray a small sample to check if the colour matches the colour of the car.