How To Patch And Seal Paint Chips

Posted on: 25 February 2016

If you have a car, no matter how old or new it is, you're not going to want of live with small rock chips. Chips in your car paint are not only unsightly, they can also result in severe damage. For instance, a small chip that exposes the medal of the car body, can result in rusting if it comes in contact with too much water. If you do not immediately have the money to take your car in auto repair shop, you should at least learn to seal the chip and make it waterproof.
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Two Reasons Why Your Car Needs A Fresh Coat Of Paint

Posted on: 6 January 2016

If you have an older model car that you're thinking about upgrading, you may want to think again.  While it's easy to get caught up in the beauty and appeal of the latest vehicle editions that hit the market, you may be unaware of just how good your car can look if you simply apply a fresh coat of paint.  Instead of selling or trading in your car, use this information to learn more about why having your car painted may be the way to go.
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Buying A Cheap Car Listed As "Needs Work"? Find Out The Facts

Posted on: 16 November 2015

You are trying to buy a used car on a budget, but you don't want to buy something that has problems you aren't prepared to pay for. What should you do? There are a few things you can do before you buy any vehicle to make sure that you are getting a fair price, and to see what needs to be fixed before you decide to get something that is listed as needing work.
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How To Patch And Restore A Car Body

Posted on: 20 October 2015

Restoring an old or classic car is a great weekend project. The hardest part is usually fixing the dings to match the original contours of the car. If you have the right tools and little bit of basic instruction, you can learn how to patch like a pro. These skills will be invaluable if you have plans to restore an entire car or just a few small dings. This article explains how patch dings, dents, holes and scratches in your car surface.
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