ReColor Your World

We love how people have discovered ReColor® and are amazed at how old, worn-down items can look like new again.

It’s like that in life, isn’t it?  We’re always looking to upgrade our personal appearance, our jobs, our homes and our possessions, and it’s amazing that we can save a great deal of money by spending just a little money to revitalize what we already have!

Many customers ask if they can use ReColor® on their cars… and the answer is a resounding YES!  While we can’t work miracles and roll back your odometer or improve your mileage, ReColor® can help you regain your car’s luster. Just follow the directions and see the difference!

While we’re on the subject of cars, we have a whole line of Wipe New products to help you keep your car looking like new. Let’s take a brief look at each of these products:

Wipe New® Tires:  Your tires take a lot of abuse, don’t they?  They make the first contact with roads and can get dirty and marred pretty easily. When used as directed, Wipe New Tires can restore your tires’ rich, dark look in just a matter of minutes!

Wipe New® Headlight Restore:  Have you noticed that the light coming out of your headlights is looking pretty dim these days? Are your headlights looking pretty dingy? You may not realize it because you’ve just become used to it, but chances are that there’s an accumulation of dust and dirt covering the headlights. Wipe New Headlight Restore can restore the shine of your headlights and increase the brightness of the light coming from your headlights at the same time!

Wipe New® Wheels: Remember when you first got your car and everything was so shiny and new?  What’s happened to the wheels of your car since then?  When was the last time you showed them some love? If you’ve neglected them, it’s time to make things right! Use Wipe New Wheels will rekindle that relationship with those wheels in no time!

Wipe New® Fleet:  If you own multiple vehicles, Wipe New has you covered, too!  If you own a fleet of vehicles such as rental cars, taxis, buses, limousines, or trucks, Wipe New can significantly reduce your detailing costs. We offer Wipe New® Pro in a 32-ounce bottle, and we also offer Wipe New® Wipe-its!  A little Wipe New® goes a long way and you’ll be amazed at the results!

See for yourself:

Ready! Set! Action! Rust-Oleum ReColor by Wipe New

Love to entertain in your backyard? Have you ever thought of watching movies outdoors?

There are many different ways that you can do it, but a simple white canvas on a frame makes a perfect screen for a projector.  You can paint the other side with a beautiful design, and then just flip it around when you are ready to watch movies!  Other options include buying a screen and painting a wall white.

ReColor by Wipe New Outdoor Movies


Just as there are many ways to see the movies, there are many ways to project them. Here are a couple resources for those who want to get started:

How to set up an inexpensive outdoor home theater

Outdoor home theater basics

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Of course, you’ll also need somewhere to sit, which is where we come in. Instead of buying new chairs, upgrade your current patio furniture by giving it a coat of Rust-Oleum ReColor by Wipe New! Then, all you have to do is bring a pillow out and you’re ready to go.


Get Ready to Ride Again: Preparing Your Bicycle for Spring!

It’s been sitting in your garage or basement during the winter months and is calling you to take it outside again.  The warm weather is coming and your bike wants to go for a ride!  Are you ready too?  Is your bicycle ready?


Explore some tips from Rust-Oleum ReColor by Wipe New on how to prep your bike for that first Springtime ride:

  • Check your tire pressure! Modern bicycle tires are pneumatic so tire pressure plays a huge role in how your bike is going to ride. Properly inflated tires not only give you lightweight suspension; but they also let your bike roll quickly, fend off flats, and simply ride more smoothly
  • Inspect the chain and freewheel. Measure the chain for wear, check for tight links and replace the chain if necessary
  • Creak, creak! If your bicycle is making some noises you should pay attention. A creaky crank may be loose on the spindle. To address, remove the crank bolts, lubricate the threads, and then reinstall.  If your saddle creaks, drip a few drops of oil on the rail where it connects to your saddle.  Use a light lubricant to silence squealing rear-derailleur pulley wheels.
  • Inspect tires for wear. Rotate or replace them if necessary. 
  • Visually inspect for bent components: this should include crankarms, seat post, seat rails, chainrings, stem, handlebars, brake levers, and brake calipers.
  • Inspect the frame for frame or part damage. Make sure you pay close attention to all frame joints.
  • Check all cables and housings for fraying, breaks, rust and corrosion. Replace as needed.
  • Check your brake pads. If the grooves in the brake pad is almost gone, if you hear a gritty scraping sound, or you feel stickiness whenever you brake; then it’s likely you need to replace brake pads.
  • Lubricate your chain. Remember that not all chain lubricants are the same. Choose the one that you feel best suits the riding conditions.
  • Clean her up! Completely clean the bike, including the drivetrain if needed.  Get two buckets:  one with clean water, and the other with water plus a little dish soap or degreaser. Soak your bicycle with plain water using a clean sponge. Then grab a second clean sponge, place it in the soapy water and proceed by scrubbing the frame, then the wheels and spokes, and then drivetrain if need be. Soap the brush and then scrub the chainrings, cassette, and rims. Soak sponge in the clean water and use it to get all the soap off of the bicycle. Do that 2-3 times and then go over the whole bike again with a clean sponge with little water. Dry the bicycle with clean rags and use a separate clean rag to swipe the nooks and crannies dry.

Then the really important step!  Grab some ReColor by Wipe New and give your bicycle a super-big treat!  ReColor has a proprietary nano-polymer formula that penetrates deep and will both protect and restore your bicycle for years against elements including fading, sun, oxidation, and water damage.  It’s super convenient to do and easy to use!  Your bike will love you for it!

Looking for more bicycle maintenance tips and tricks?  Check out this article from at


DIY Kitchen Shadow Box

Source: Better Homes & Gardens

Do you have a desk or dresser that you’re about to junk?  You may want to hang onto a drawer or two for this nifty DIY shadow box idea.

Simply paint one of the drawers to match the color scheme of your kitchen and then treat it with ReColor by Wipe New to help preserve and protect your new shadow box.  Place decorative wallpaper, shelf liner paper, or scrapbooking paper inside the drawer.  Hang the drawer on the wall (knob facing up looks the best) and place a favorite item or two inside your new shadow box.

Wipe New ReColor to the Rescue!

For some areas of the country (we’re looking at you, South), it’s warm enough year-round to do outdoor DIY projects

Live in a sunny place? Then you know how quickly things become sun-faded when left outdoors. Using Rustoleum ReColor by Wipe New is a great way to restore the original luster and color to your belongings.

Take this door for example. It was faded so badly that it looked grey, but one swipe of Wipe New ReColor and it was back to black.


Consider these identical patio chairs – one treated with Rustoleum ReColor by Wipe New, the other not. Look at the difference! (Photo submitted by Redjeed1)


Don’t cover your grill? You know what happens next!


As you can tell, we love our ReColor projects, we’re always amazed at the results people are getting. Share yours with us today using #ReColor on social media – we’d love to share it with our fans!

Start off the New Year with Rust-Oleum ReColor by Wipe New


Welcome to 2016!  It’s a new year and Rust-Oleum ReColor by Wipe New wants you to start it off right!

Are you sick of looking at that weather-beaten mailbox?  Are you shutters looking old and dingy?  Has your grill seen better days?

No problem!  Make things new this new year with ReColor!  Rust-Oleum ReColor by Wipe New is the first ever wipe-on clear coating and sealant designed to wipe away years from outdoor furniture, grills, shutters, fixtures and much more…..and in just a few minutes!

Light the Way with ReColor

Winter is a time of reduced sunlight, making it more important than ever to have good lighting around the house. But during the day, you still have to look at the lanterns and light fixtures! Make sure that they are bright, shiny, and great to look at during the day with ReColor, the no mess alternative to painting.


Rust-Oleum ReColor by Wipe New® is the first ever wipe-on clear coating and sealant designed to wipe away years from outdoor furniture, grills, shutters, fixtures and more in just a few minutes! There’s never been a better way to protect and restore! First, clean and dry the surface. Then simply remove the pre-soaked starter cloth from the package and wipe over the target areas for a shiny new look. Unlike traditional coatings, ReColor does not lay on top of the surface. Instead, it becomes one with it restoring original color while adding new properties that protect the surface from UV and liquids to keep it looking new for years! That’s right! Our proprietary nano-polymer formula penetrates deep to protect and restore for years against elements including oxidation, fading, sun and water damage and more!

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Sun, Snow, and ReColor by Wipe New?

Many people love winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating.  But the sun and snow can take a toll on the equipment!


Here’s where ReColor comes in. Are your ski boots looking faded? Don’t buy new ones – ReColor them! Here’s an example of the power of ReColor – saving you money and keeping you looking great on the slopes.

What do you Wipe New? Join the conversation using #Recolor on your favorite social media.

Outdoor Winter Holiday Decorations and ReColor by Wipe New

Wintertime may mean longer and darker days, but is also means scenes of bright and colorful lights!  Winter is a season filled with holidays that shine!

Celebrate the holidays this year by considering these outdoor holiday decorations ideas:

  1. Porch Corner Display: Make the most of sheltered porch corners with an impressive and simple display of candles and greenery. Grab a small table and make a display with some holiday fabrics, battery operated candles, lanterns, and pinecones.   Use a bit of ReColor on the metal lanterns to help make them shine and to help protect them from the weather!
  1. Candy Cane Holder: This is a classic look and looks great by your front door.  Fill a white planter with store-bought plastic candy canes.  Wrap a red, weather-treated ribbon around the planter to tie things together.  Are you plastic candy canes looking dingy?  No problem.  A simple wipe of ReColor can help to bring them back to life!


  1. Matching Garland and Door Display: Dress up your entryway with a festive garland that you customize with ornaments that coordinate with your door color. Position the garland outside the door frame and secure at the top and sides with self-adhesive hooks or brick clips.  Wrap some lights around the garland to brighten up the nights.  Give your ornaments a new shine with some ReColor and watch them glisten and sparkle in the light!


  1. Porch Bench Display: Give your porch bench some holiday spirit with an arrangement of greenery, pinecones, and ornaments. Spray the greenery and pinecones with a light dusting of fake snow, shine up your ornaments with ReColor, add some lights and you’ve created a wonderful – and welcoming – holiday display.

We also want to encourage you to keep things safe during the holidays by following these guidelines when using lights outside:

  • Before using lights outdoors, check labels to be sure they have been certified for outdoor use.
  • Check each set of lights, new or old, for broken or cracked sockets, frayed or bare wires, or loose connections. Throw out damaged sets. Always replace burned-out bulbs promptly with the same wattage bulbs.
  • Only use outside lights that have been tested for safety by a recognized testing laboratory, such as UL or ETL. This indicates conformance with safety standards. Use only lights that have plugs containing fuses.
  • If using an outdoor extension cord, make sure it is rated for the intended use.
  • Fasten outdoor lights securely to trees, house walls, or other firm supports to protect the lights from wind damage. Use only insulated staples (not nails or tacks) to hold strings in place. Or, run strings of lights through hooks (available at hardware stores).
  • Stay away from power or feeder lines leading from utility poles into older homes.