Paint Stripping Your Vehicle at Home

Posted on: 16 December 2015
The process of paint stripping your vehicle can be extremely dirty and time consuming, especially if you own a car with very old paint. It may take up to a few days for you to fully strip the vehicle successfully of its old paint. When looking to strip your vehicle, there are lots of methods that you could use, but remember to only centre your attention on one part of the vehicle at once.
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Questions to Ask a Smash Repair Shop After an Accident

Posted on: 20 November 2015
A smash repair shop, such as ACT Auto Body Works, should not only get your car back to its original condition and appearance after an accident, but they should also work with you when it comes to your insurance claim. They may be more skilled at handling the paperwork for your claim and will know all the steps involved. Before you take your car in for smash repairs following any accident, note a few questions to ask the shop so you know they'll be most helpful and get the repairs done properly.
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What to Look for when Choosing a Panel Beater

Posted on: 17 September 2015
Panel beaters are specialists who repair and replace automobile bodyworks that have been damaged in an accident or have suffered vandalism. They work in the automobile industry and are mostly employed by specialist body repair workshops. Panel beaters also undertake jobs such as respraying, paintwork and minor dent removal on automobiles. They can be mobile where they offer services at the client's home. For whatever reason you need the services of a panel beater, having a checklist of what to look for is important to ensure you get the best one.
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Panel Beating Procedure

Posted on: 8 September 2015
After an accident, a car's body may be severely damaged and bent out of shape. The dents and breakages need to be beaten and smoothed back to shape. This entire process is referred to as panel beating and is usually carried out by panel beaters using specialized tools and techniques. A good panel beating should result in a smooth and nearly new appearance without small dents and uneven bumps. Here is a brief description of the processes carried out during panel beating.
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