Restoring a Vintage Car? Consider Auto Sandblasting Before Repainting the Body

Posted on: 25 April 2019
It can be disappointing to having a vintage car but not being able to use it since it looks worse for wear. Even when the engine may be up and running, a beaten-up vehicle will not display the charm that vintage cars effortlessly exude. Fortunately, a reputable mechanic can help restore your vehicle to brand new by getting rid of dents and repairing the vehicle for you. While there are different ways to go about the restoration, one technique that you should not skip is sandblasting the body before the car's appearance is restored.
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3 Ways to Fix Dents without Tampering with Your Car's Exterior Paint Coating

Posted on: 27 December 2018
In the past, performing dent repair on a car meant removing the old paint and using filler material as part of the auto body work process. These days, however, car owners can fix dents without paint removal, as long as the exterior paint finish remained intact after impact. This new repair process is called paintless dent repair. There are many different ways to fix dents on a car without ruining the vehicle's exterior paint finish first.
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2 mistakes that can inflict major damage on your car's body

Posted on: 22 October 2018
There are some mistakes which, if you make them, can cause major damage to the body of your vehicle. Continue reading to learn what these mistakes are. 1. Waiting too long to have chips fixed by an auto body repair person The paintwork on a car can chip quite easily. This type of damage can occur if, for example, another motorist who has parked next to your car hits it when opening their door, or if you accidentally reverse into a solid surface (like a wall or a garage door).
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Avoid These Mistakes When Spray Painting Your Car

Posted on: 13 March 2017
You can repaint your own car with spray paint meant for metal; this can be done on the entire car body for a brand new look, or along one section to add a new coat of paint after accident repairs. While this is a difficult job, a car owner can do this on their own if they take the time to prepare the car and then apply the paint properly. Note a few mistakes to avoid if you decide to handle your own car spray painting, so you know the job will be done right.
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