The Art of Paint Blending

The Art of Paint Blending

When you need to have your vehicle painted, you take it to an expert. You won’t settle for anything less, of course. Nor should you. You probably don’t think too much more about it after that. You drop off your vehicle, get around for a few days without your vehicle, and go to retrieve your vehicle and to pay once the job is done. It seems pretty simple, right? Well, what you probably don’t understand is that the paint that is actually applied to your vehicle goes through a whole process before it finds its way onto your...

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How to Recognize the Differences Between Superior and Inferior Auto Paints

How to Recognize the Differences Between Superior and Inferior Auto Paints

When you buy a new car, the paint on your vehicle is perfect. Or, at least, it is supposed to be perfect. If it isn’t perfect, you will undoubtedly give it back to the dealership where you purchased the vehicle and insist that the sales person who sold you the car give you a vehicle that is nothing short of perfection all around. That is easy. However, how do you tell good-quality paint from bad after you have had the car for a while? Learning how to tell the difference If you own a vehicle that needs new paint, whether you have been in...

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Do You Need Professional Paint Touch-Up?

Do You Need Professional Paint Touch-Up?

Is your vehicle looking rough around the edges? Do you want your vehicle to look its best without spending a fortune at a body shop? Are the bumps and bruises taking away from your vehicle’s appearance? Having the option of mobile professional paint touch-up is a great convenience for all vehicle owners. If your vehicle has a bumper scuff, scratch, chip or any other minor paint damage, the mobile paint touch-up experts can fix it quickly and easily. How do you tell if you need mobile professional paint touch-up? If your car is looking a...

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Plastic (Polyurethane) Repair and Paint

Plastic (Polyurethane) Repair and Paint

Today’s vehicles are not made the same as they were in the past as more plastic has replaced metal. Most of the trimming, bumpers, and moldings are made from a plastic material known as polyurethane. The down side is that it is easily damaged. The upside is that polyurethane can be repaired. Professional auto body repair service can be completed at your location! Combining experience with high-end products and materials so your vehicle can look new again without going to a body shop! The most common types of damage are scrapes, dents,...

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