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Repairing dents and scratches

I have three teenage children, so our second car is constantly getting scratched and dents. I can't take it in every week to get repaired so I need to have a good relationship with my local auto body repairer. They know me really well, and they give me some little decant pots so I can at least do some small repairs at home to make sure the car body doesn't get damaged while I'm waiting to get into the auto painters. This blog is all about avoiding car damage when there isn't time to get small dents and scratches repaired.

All You Need To Know About The Cash For Junk Cars Business

It is shocking that most people prefer to lock away their old cars in the garage rather than sell them to cash for cars dealers. It is an environmentally friendly and convenient way to make some cash off your junk car and make your garage spacious. If you have not dealt with a cash for cars dealer, below are some things you should know.  Business Practices Cash for cars businesses buy vehicles to resell them, dismantle them for parts or sell them to scrap metal dealers. Read More 

Spray Painting Tips for Rookies

As a rookie painter in a smash repair shop, you will be tasked with spray painting small car parts under the close supervision of an experienced painter. Therefore, you need to produce desirable results to prove to your supervisor that you are up to the task. Although spray painting is quite simple, creating even coats and a quality finish requires proper technique. This article highlights spray painting tips for rookies. Read More 

Are You in Need of Smash Repair Service? Panel Beating Process for Your Car

Car accidents can be shocking and upsetting, but luckily with modern safety features, many people are likely to walk away unharmed. Unfortunately, this is not always the case for your car, especially if it ends up needing extensive smash repairs. Whether it's your first car or you've owned several cars over the years, being in an accident is no fun, and you might not know what to do in the immediate aftermath. Read More