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Here’s some basic info about taking care of the paint on your car. Do’s and Don’ts: • Don’t sand it down! Yikes. I have seen some information on the internet that you should sand down the paint damage before using touch up paint. That’s a really bad idea for a couple of reasons. One, for…Read More >
It happens to everyone. Normal driving conditions can cause scratches in the paint of your car. One portion of the car that is mainly prone to get excess scratches is the front side, while your car paint can get easily chipped from any portion because of garbage and fragments on the road. Scratches on the…Read More >
Does your hood and front bumper get a lot of paint chips from flying rocks? I use a paint system that is designed to stick in the paint chip instead of the existing finish. On a car like the photo shown, I will actually smear the paint on with a cloth or use a…Read More >
Ordinary driving conditions will cause scratches and paint chips in the paint of your car. One portion of the car that is prone to get excess scratches is the front, while your car paint can get easily chipped from any portion because of rocks and other debris on the road. Scratches on the car paint…Read More >
If you have unsightly paint chips on your hood, please don’t buy a paint pen or other touch up method and put blobs of paint on each little paint chips. It’ll look awful. You’ll go from having little chips in the paint, to bumps on your hood, and that’s if you’re able to put a…Read More >
Do you want to know how to fix it? I use a paint system that is designed to stick in the paint chip instead of the existing finish. On a car like the photo shown, I will actually smear the paint on with a cloth or use a rubber squeegee. I admit I have a…Read More >
There are many terms that float around in any industry. ‘Paint chips’ is one of those terms in my industry. To me, paint chips are damage on your car caused by rocks or even sand. It’s almost always on the front of the car, although it can happen on the side or even roof. …Read More >
The thing that I see the most is bumper scrapes, mostly from hitting high curbs. With a push over the years for MPG, manufactures lower the front bumpers closer and closer to the ground. It takes very little to damage your car – you are in essence, driving your car into the equivalent of sand…Read More >
A quick summary of how to get different types of car paint damage fixed. Peeling paint: All too often the clear coat on a car will weaken and start to peel off. This happens when a car is kept outside much of the time, or if a car is poorly resprayed. It seems to be…Read More >