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I have received my ride on with blemishes, why is this?

All ride-on cars and motorbikes undergo a manufacturing process that involves fabricating their bodies without post-processing. Consequently, the presence of imperfections and blemishes on both the body and windscreen is inevitable.

To optimize cost efficiency, the manufacturing process prioritizes speed. Introducing a polishing phase after the fabrication of the vehicle body would significantly escalate prices, rendering these ride-on toys inaccessible to a broader audience.

In an effort to conceal some of the inherent blemishes and imperfections, certain car models incorporate a layer of paint. However, even with this addition, due to the absence of a polishing step, flaws may still manifest through the paintwork.

It is crucial to recognize that this challenge is not unique to our products and is a common occurrence in various industries where plastic undergoes fabrication without subsequent post-processing.

Updated on: 16/11/2023

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