When Is Filling An Auto Dent The Best Option?
14 August 2017
If you have a dent on your car, an auto collision repair shop can help to remove the dent. Depending on the location of the dent, size of the dent, and how deep the dent is, one of three different techniques may be used to get rid of the dent. This includes pulling the dent, pounding the dent out or filling the dent in. Filling the dent is the most time consuming and costly of the three.
3 BIG Reasons To Trust Automotive Paint Sandblasting To A Pro
28 June 2017
Whether you are in the process of making over a classic car or you just want to change the modern car you have, switching up the color of the paint can work wonders for its appearance. However, repainting a car or truck usually means all of the existing paint must be properly stripped away, which is a very tedious job, especially since the task tends to involve sandblasting. While you may have easy access to sandblasting equipment at the local hardware store or rental shop, it is better to trust this task to a pro.
Was Your Car The Unfortunate Victim Of A Hit And Run? What You Should Do
1 June 2017
When you park your car, whether it is on the street in front of your home, in your driveway, or in a parking lot, you likely do not think much about the possibility that someone could come along and hit your car while you are away from it. However, hit and run accidents with parked cars happen every day. If your car becomes the unfortunate victim of such an incident, it may be difficult to know what to do in the moment because you are so surprised and shocked upon finding your vehicle damaged.
3-Step Guide for Temporarily Reducing the Appearance of a Small Dent in Your Car's Body
13 December 2016
If you were recently involved in a fender-bender, you may have a small dent in your car. Not only does this mar the appearance of your vehicle, but any scratches expose the underlying metal, making it prone to rust damage. To improve the appearance of your car and temporarily reduce any possible corrosion, use the three steps below.
Step 1: Use Dry Ice to Pull the Dent Out
The first step involves pulling the dent out using dry ice, which is carbon dioxide in frozen form.