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Has your car been egged?

One of the mos insidious things that someone can do to your car, right after keying, is to have someone egg you.  I have a feeling that kids, or whomever does such things, doesn’t realize the damage it can cause.  It’s really hard to fix.  It’s not the mess it causes, that’s pretty easily cleaned…

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Car paint; Do’s and Don’ts

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…

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Summary of how to fix paint issues

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…

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Where should you go, for which type of damage to your car??

Where should you go, for which type of damage to your car?? Go to the wrong place, and you might as well just open up your wallet and give them what you have, or drive away with your car looking much worse than it did. From my experience, many people immediately think ‘body shop’ as…

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What is that on my car…

I’ve been asked to fix many different anomolies on peoples cars.  Some things are pretty obvious as to what they are, others… not so much. 1. Bug poop.  Not a very appealling subject, but it still needs be addressed.  😛  There are, of course, many types, but only a couple might be an issue on your…

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Tree sap drips on my car.

Wanna know a really easy way to fix those tree sap drips on your beautiful car?? You’re gonna hate yourself when you find out how easy this is. Just soak a kitchen towel in water, stick it in the mircowave for 2 minutes, and put it on the sap, on your car.  Don’t burn your…

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Fixing those nasty little paint chips

I’m often called out to fix a car that has chips ‘all over’.  My experience tells me that if they are really all over, those aren’t rock chips but more likely tree acid drips.  There are some trees that leave a fine mist of sticky goo on your car.  It’s much finer than tree sap,…

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